The longer nights and warmer air mean one thing – Crit Racing on a Friday night at HART (451 Mona Vale Road, St Ives) it all commences this Friday 11 of January and we welcome all riders and clubs to be part of the festivities. This is the best way to start your weekend and you can also bring the kids along to our free training sessions while the racing is on.
Global leading cycling club combines with global leading cycling fashion brand to produce the limited edition MWCC by Rapha Custom kit. Under the guidance of creativity designer Alexis Kaless of House of Kaless, the vision was for a reflection of the rich imagery synonymous with Manly, the world famous Manly beach, the endless blue skies and the simple beauty of riding your bike. This timeless elegance has played a key role in shaping MWCC’s renowned fashion silhouette. Continue reading
Looking for an activity for the next school holidays? Once again MWCC is running two days of bike skills for kids to give them that skill for life. The next camp is January 16 & 17 and is run by qualified coaches. Fortnite won’t be popular forever, but being able to ride a bike is always cool. Register your children now. Continue reading
The handicaps for The Wall by Bill Buckle Auto have now been released. Plenty of riders obviously willing to try their luck when nominating their preferred start time. Please remember that we are starting at the far end of West Head, just like last time. Ensure that you are there with plenty of time to sign on, the group will not be racing. Who will take out this Cycling Monument? Continue reading
To close out the road racing year, the racing calendar is marked with the biggest monument on the NSW calendar – The Wall. Now in its fourth edition, it already has an aura of brutality and mythical riding status. This is a race that you can be defined by. With the temperature rising, it is time to buckle up and make the smart choice by getting your entry in for the Bill Buckle Wall on December 9. Continue reading
How can I live among this gentle obsolescent breed of heroes, and not weep? Unicorns, almost, for they are fading into two legends in which their stupidity and chivalry are celebrated. Each, fool and hero, will be an immortal. These plains were their cricket pitch and in the mountains the tremendous drop fences brought down some of the runners. Here then under the stones and earth they dispose themselves, I think with their famous unconcern. It is not gunfire I hear, but a hunting horn.
Aristocrats – “I Think I Am Becoming A God”