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PMCC ONLINE RACING

Two members have worked hard on moving our club to ONLINE RACING until we have LIVE racing once again.

We will stick/have stuck to our winter race time of Saturday at 2.30pm.

Racing will be for all ages and race grades.

Great idea Iain McGregor and a big thanks to Melinda Cockshutt.

Keep your eyes peeled on

our PMCC facebook

for more information.

 

 

 

 



Cycling NSW have requested that

we POSTPONE not cancel the

2020 Percival Property

Port Macquarie Junior Tour

as they reinvent the NSW Junior Cycling Program as we know it

 

 

 



 

 
Cycling NSW have
cancelled all Racing
until April 30th 2020
(This includes all PMCC racing)

    Click here for PMCC’s view/advice



2019 Presentation Day

As the new club president it gave me great pleasure to welcome everyone to Zebu Bar and Grill this afternoon for our yearly presentation. It provided a wonderful opportunity to thank the heart and soul of our club our volunteers. To appreciate the support we receive from our valved sponsors and personally say thank you and delight to congratulate our award winners.

click here for all the details

 



Lauren steps onto the podium if France

“While it isn’t the biggest race on the calendar it is nice for me to be back on a UCI podium, its been a solid season but without a big result, so this just gives me confidence that we are working in the right direction for the Worlds.” lauren said.

Lauren’s team FDJ-Nouvelle Aquataine Futuroscope also picked up the win in the teams classification to top of a nearly perfect day.

Click here to read the complete story

 

 

 

 

 

 



Miren Davies

PMCC & NCAS cyclist wins Bronze Medal

in the 2019 NSW U19 Track Points Race Championship (80 lap, 20km).

at Sydneys’ Dunc Gray Velodrome Saturday March 9th.

Click here for full the story

 



Liam Magennis wins Cycling Australia National Under-23 Individual Time Trial gold medal at Ballarat

Click here for the original story by Paul Jobber

Magennis eyes green and gold after national time trial success

 

Liam Magennis celebrates his Australian under-23 time trial win at Ballarat.

Photo: Lachlan Bence

 

 



 

 

At the recent  2019 Cycling Australia Road National Championships held in Ballarat (Buninyong),

Port Macquarie Cycle Clubs Deborah Hensessy was crowned the

Australian Grand Fondo 45-49yrs Road Race Champion

 

 

 

Click on this link for the full Portnews story on Deborah win – by Paul Jobber

 

 

 

 



 

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