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Race report – Club Championships Casuarina 19 September 2020

two racing cyclists

Last Saturday saw Peel District Cycling Club, Road Race Club Championships raced in trying conditions. While most of the road races this year had challenging winds, mother nature turned it up a notch with the strongest winds so far this season and added a nasty squally shower late in the race. It was quite an …

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Race report – Club Criterium Championships – Alumina Way 27 January 2019

A cyclist riding aways from a bunch out of focus

The final race of the Peel Districts Cycling Club summer criterium series is the Club Championships. Which also sees the awarding of the Lara Devenish Memorial Trophy for the most combative rider.across all grades.

The last D grade saw of Clint Hort until the finish

Clint Hort made his intentions known from the end …

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Race Report – Club Road Championships, Casuarina 8 September 2018

7 cyclists sprinting

Saturday afternoon was the last hit out for Peel District members racing the National Junior Road Race Championships in Bunbury in two weeks. With only three riders E grade started with D grade. The two group co-existed until the first time up Coyle Road, as soon as they hit the rise there was an attack …

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Race Report – Club championships Serpentine 12 September 2015

It was fine but very windy when the racing started last Saturday. The conditions were going to be tough, and it was expected most grade would finish in a bunch sprint aided by the strong tailwind down Karnup Road. Instead the wind managed to break every grade up and then the rain and later hail …

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Race report – Club Criterium Championship – Smeaton Way, 29 March 2015

The decisive move in the race as Andrew Crack and Craig James go clear on B grade in pursuit of the lone leader

The final race of the criterium season, the Club Championships was held on Sunday at Smeaton Way in Rockingham. For once the weather did not play a part with very little wind. In an evenly matched E grade Luke Steele out sprinted Harry Maude for the win. In D grade, the younger riders attacked on …

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