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Northern Division Championships

PMCC will host the 2016 Percival Property Northern Division Championships. Click here to learn more, or click the logo to enter.

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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, each conveniently located near a Local Bike Shop (LBS).

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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C Grade Interclub Race Report

11 keen racers (4 from MVCC & 7 from PMCC) stood at the starting line ready for battle with the battle ground consisting of 3 X 16km laps with each lap including the climbs of Wrights and Sapling. The first time up Wrights saw Michael Percival ride off the front of the peleton with the keen young ones instructed to hold back. At the other end of the long hotdog course was the Sapling climb which saw a MVCC rider attack and lethal Lee Hancock went with him to form a 3 man break. Again the keen ones were instructed to hold back. On Wrights for the 2nd time, it was time to let the young ones loose and Sam Capper and Boyd Bann-Murray were sent up the road to haul in the MVCC rider. As the peleton broke up, Trevor Dickson also took off and bridged the gap. By the half way mark, a couple had dropped off but the peleton had reformed, except for Lethal on the break. Trevor attacked with Sam catching him by the top of Sapling. The final lap saw Lethal Lee holding the break and winning by 5 min (it'll be a blue number next week Lee), Trevor dropping Sam up Sapling to take 2nd place and a valiant Sam for 3rd. Michael came home 4th ahead of the first MVCC rider in 5th and the tough course taking its toll with 4 DNF's. A race full of attacks, tactics and teamwork. Well done PMCC 🚴 Great fun.
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Tracey Green posted in Port Macquarie Cycle Club — with Lee Hancock and Colin Turner"http://facebook.com/1762127184019875">Ashley Stapley"http://facebook.com/1033676603365952">Zoe Dowsett"http://facebook.com/10209392012943096">Trevor Dickson"http://facebook.com/10153615629413133">Jules Mackin. ...

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Mark Magennis shared Bikeme's post to the group: Port Macquarie Cycle Club. ...

BikeMe is very proud to announce Brandon Conway and Mitchell Rankin have been awarded a 12 month Coaching scholarship with us. I’m really excited about getting these guys on board and having the opportunity to grow some more Australian talent. Look out for these names because they have the ability, ambition and motivation to take them where ever they want. Remember to keep checking back in to see what’s been happening with their training and success. Brandon Conway @brandoncycles Mitchells details to come soon.

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PORT RETAINS INTERCLUB TROPHY

The return round of Interclub Racing saw some spirited riding today, before which the PMCC 2016 Criterium Champions received their winning jerseys. Congratulations to Cameron Grigg (Juniors) and David O'Brien.

At the end of the day PMCC's strength in numbers across all grades sealed the deal for a win in 2016.

Juniors
Oscar Jakeman (PMCC)
Cam Grigg (PMCC)

A GRADE
Ashley Stapley (PMCC)
Beau Harper (MVCC)
Simon Andrews (PMCC)

B GRADE
Colin Turner (PMCC)
Stuart Jakeman (PMCC)
Justin Woollard (MVCC)

C GRADE
Lee Hancock (PMCC)
Trevor Dickson (PMCC)
Sam Capper (PMCC)

D GRADE
Jules Mackin
Bill Harris (MVCC)
Zoe Dowsett (MVCC)
Lleyton Wall (PMCC)

Well done to all riders. Special mention to Paul Hamerlok who gets the award for most committed rider today, and to Lee Rhianna Hancock who has caught the eye of the handicappers with a stellar ride.

Finally, a HUGE vote of thanks to our commissaire Murray Sallaway and our volunteers on traffic, Chris Sandbrook Sandbrook, Tracey Green Green, Allan, John and Louise Grigg, as well as Joan Hawes.

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Jonah had a pretty good ITT , Will Pender got a flat 3 minutes . Road Race up next . Trying to keep warm . ...

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Hey guys.. is the weather up port way ok. . And whats the likely hood of having enough juniors to run the under 11s. ...

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