Welcome to the Port Macquarie Cycle Club

PMCC – This is how we roll

We are Port Macquarie Cycle Club. We are young, we are old; we are fast, we are not so fast; we race, we watch and we chip in. Whatever we do we give it our all, and we do it because we love it. This is how we roll – join us.

 

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Racing Updates

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Visiting?

Visitors are always welcome in Port Macquarie and you should feel free to join the local group rides or the PMCC club races. Check out our racing calendar for details of upcoming events and please bring your current Race Licence and preferably your club jersey  if you want to race.

Our training rides vary to meet our training needs, the local road conditions and the weather. We have some favourites and you can check them out and download the route on our Local Rides Page.

If you are visiting and want to ride with a group check out our Strava Club Page to get the details of what’s happening next, say hi on FaceBook, or contact us.

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Caffeine & Local Bike Shops: After a morning ride we usually head to one of the local coffee shops.

Stirling Green Cafe, cnr Gillman Way and Sovereign Drive

Peloton Espresso Bar, 2/163 Gordon Street, next to Gordon Street Cycles

and diagonally opposite the “5 Star” start/finish point for many rides;

or there’s Ruins Cafe, Lake Innes (the roundabout here is an alternative start/finish point (5 minutes later).

TRS Cycle Centre, 23 Clarence Street

Graham Seers CycleryThe Marina, Park Street

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Last night was the first Crit back after the Christmas break. Numbers where down a little but there was still some good racing by those who braved the tough windy conditions.
It was great to see some new faces visiting and taking some of the podium spots.
In A grade it was a real MTOSS racing affair with Brandon, Will & Malachi Covington taking on Theo Bullock from Newcastle. It was a hot pace as always with Brandon hitting the gas with 2 to go and take the win followed by Will then Theo.
B grade was a 3 man race of Josh Magennis, Craig Robinson and Wade Buchan. Josh and Craig got away and stayed together to contest the sprint with Josh taking the win.
C grade was the biggest race of the evening. Everyone seemed content to stay in a bunch due to the wind on the back of the course. On the bell lap Joel Smith attacked into the wind and held them all off with Hayden Bartlett taking 2nd followed by Miren Davies.
Cameron Grigg was the lone wolf in D grade and rode a great TT even after being bitten by wasps before the start.
In the Juniors it was a handicap between Jazz Jakeman and Thomas Steel. The 2 both rode hard the whole race with Jazz just managing to catch Thomas on the last lap. Great job kids. Thanks as always to Wayne, Muzz and Mark for running proceedings.
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C Grade crit action (and a bit of A Grade). ...

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Miren and Alani training in Sydney today. Great morning ...

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Jules! You’re famous!

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2017/2018 SUMMER CRITERIUM SEASON

The 2017/2018 Summer Criterium Season resumes on Tuesday 16 January. There are 7 races in the remainder of the Season.

Points will be awarded to places in each grade 5pts for 1st place, 4pts for 2nd place, 3pts for 3rd place and 1pt for every starter. The point score will be cumulative across the whole series. Points move with riders if they are re-graded.

Trophies will be awarded for 1st and 2nd place in each grade: A, B, C, D, Junior Girls and Junior Boys.

Each week A&B grades will race together, with C&D grades racing together alternating between 5.45pm start and 6.40pm start. Juniors will race at 6.20pm every week. Races will commence immediately at the completion of prior races. No warming up on the track during races. Cancellations will be made on Facebook by 5pm each week at the discretion of the Chief Commissaire.

5.45pm Race 1 A&B Grades, 6.20pm Juniors, 6.40pm Race 2 C&D Grades
5.45pm Race 1 C&D Grades, 6.20pm Juniors, 6.40pm Race 2 A&B Grades
5.45pm Race 1 A&B Grades, 6.20pm Juniors, 6.40pm Race 2 C&D Grades
5.45pm Race 1 C&D Grades, 6.20pm Juniors, 6.40pm Race 2 A&B Grades
5.45pm Race 1 A&B Grades, 6.20pm Juniors, 6.40pm Race 2 C&D Grades
5.45pm Race 1 C&D Grades, 6.20pm Juniors, 6.40pm Race 2 A&B Grades
5.45pm Race 1 A&B Grades, 6.20pm Juniors, 6.40pm Race 2 C&D Grades
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Hi All,
Happy New Year. I hope you all had a great Christmas/New Year break and got a bit of riding in. I’ve been working on the Rec Rides for 2018 and have dropped off a few of last years rides (the real bumpy ones). I’ve also been looking at a few variations and locations that should keep you interested and out on the bike keeping fit.

The first Rec Ride is on this coming Sunday (21 January), with ride off commencing at 7am. It is a new course commencing and finishing at Ricardoes Tomatoes in Blackmans Point. Details are shown below. So if you haven’t already done so, blow off the cobwebs, wash the bike and get it going for next weekend.

Everyone’s welcome, so I hope to see you there.

Get KEEN !!

"Enjoy the Ride"
Trevor Dickson
President PMCC

Tele Point Loop Ride
Start & Finish: Ricardoes Tomatoes, 221 Blackmans Point Road, Blackmans Point.
Length of Ride: 38.5km (plus the ride to and from the start/finish if you want to)
Type of Terrain: Undulating to hilly but nothing too long/steep
Ride Description: Travel west from Ricardoes Tomatoes to the new donut above the freeway, go straight through it onto the Old Pacific Hwy. Travel north towards Telegraph Point and turn left into Pembroke Rd.After about 4k’s, turn right, up and over the railway line and onto Reids Rd. Enjoy the bush along Reids Rd for about 7k’s and then turn right into Rollands Plains Rd. Roll up and down the undulations, over the Wilson River via a one lane bridge and continue until you get to Telegraph Point. If you reckon you’re good at hills, then throw the Red Hill Rd climb into the mix. Continue through the small Tele Point township and then turn left into the Old Pacific Hwy. Travel south until you get to the new donut over the freeway, ride straight through it onto Blackmans Point Rd and then back to Ricardoes Tomatoes ready for a feed and a cuppa. Oh, and a good yarn. {Ride to and from the start/finish to add a few more k’s if you’re keen}.
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