Tag: handicap

Race report – North Dandulap Handicap 22 August 2020

Last Saturday saw the Peel Districts Cycling Club race the North Dandulap Handicap. Where 90 riders race from North Dandulap, up Del Park Road to Dwellingup before turning around and riding back to North Dandulap to finish.  As a handicap, riders start at different times, with the fastest riders making up the last group to …

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Race Report – State Junior Road Race Championships and President’s Cup – 8 August 2020

junior male cyclists sprinting

Last Saturday saw riders from Albany, Bunbury and Kalgoorlie ride the Junior Road Racing State Championship at the Casuarina Circuit last Saturday afternoon. These races were followed by the Peel Districts Cycling Presidents Handicap. In the under 11 race saw Campbell McDowell attack early and ride away to the others to take a convincing win, …

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Race Report Presidents Cup Handicap Casuarina 10 August 2019

Last Saturday was the annual President’s Cup Handicap run over six laps of the 8.7 kilometre Casuarina circuit. Unlike graded racing were riders race against riders of similar ability. A handicap   has all riders racing together, with their start time based on their ability. If the handicapper gets it right all riders should finish …

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Race report – President’s Handicap – 4 August 2018

Rider in TIS kit well clear of field

For the full results and details of next Saturday’s racing at the Motorplex visit pdcc.asn.au The President’s Cup in Casuarina is the club’s annual handicap race which sees all riders racing in the same race regardless of speed. The start is staggered so the a group of the slowest riders starting first, then the next …

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North Dandalup Handicap 16 June 2018 Race Report

two cyclist sprinting

Last Saturday saw the running of the Peel District’s Cycling Club, North Dandalup Handicap. This is a unique race on the club’s calendar in that it is a handicap with all 95 riders competing against everyone, instead of racing in seperate grades. And while most races in the calendar are flat, the race starts with …

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Race Report – North Dandalup Handicap – 12 August 2017

Each year the Peel District Cycling Club races from North Dandulap to Dwellingup and return along Del Park Road. The race starts with a five kilometre climb, followed by twenty undulating kilometres to Dwellingup, before turning round and getting reacquainted with all those little climbs and descents for 20 kilometres before the final five kilometre …

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Race report President’s Cup Casuarina 1 July 2017

Calum Milne battled the elements to finish

What a difference a winter storm makes to rider turnout. The previous week saw over 120 racers in the sunshine at Dog Hill. This week saw 25 riders brave the elements at Casuarina for the President’s Cup handicap on Saturday. Instead of racing in a group graded by your ability. A handicap see all riders …

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Race Report Dwellingup Handicap

The final Peel Districts Cycling Club road race of the season was a handicap race from Dwellingup to Pinjarra and return. The third group of riders, contained the 1st and 2nd in the previous Dwellingup handicap, under 15 riders Lachlan Connan and Jordan Dawson, were put into difficultly with their restricted gearing on the rapid …

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race report – North Dandalup handicap 5 July 2014

Wade Longworth out sprints Ryan Hamill for fourth

Saturday saw 55 riders take part in the North Dandalup handicap. After the last handicap the younger riders were given more respect by the handicappers and where starting further back in the field. Four riders, including Matthew Beecroft and Glen Cumming took off up the Del Park climb and caught the group which started two …

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Dwellingup Handicap

Young riders dominate Dwellingup handicap The first group of riders left Dwellingup at 2pm for the 44 kilometres to Pinjarra and return. The second group of six containing Anthony Ellison and Jordan Dawson an under 15 rider, left six minutes later. The group worked well together and by the turn around point had only lost …

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