Our first race of the new year is promised to be a fantastic start to the racing calendar thanks to our clothing sponsor DHB. With the Tour Down Under cancelled, this is a great opportunity to get you racing into 2021. We have something for everyone with up to 9 grades available (including women’s grades) and new racers are very welcome!
ENTER NOW via Buncheur by 8pm Friday 29th Jan. (Race Day: Sunday 31st January)
With the Beaches out of Covid lockdown we can now run our popular Holiday Bike Skills Sessions. Council have just given us the go ahead so it’s very last minute, but who can plan anything these days!
Tuesday 19 January
Wednesday 20 January
Some changes are in place. Numbers are limited to 15 and the camps are now from 9am to 1pm. Cost is $45.
Book at www.trybooking.com/zzma
or head to our camp page below for more detail.
So we wrap up 2020 with a bunch of cancelled events and rides but did manage to hold our AGM online. Committee reports were received and it was a bumper year for the club despite the Covid interruptions. When racing came back in July, numbers were huge and we introduced our TT events on top of the road racing. Sadly no HART crits due to Covid. Finances and member numbers are looking strong and with our established sponsors to continue with us into 2021.
Key highlights included:
- MWCC were the fastest club again at the State TTT Championships
- Our elite pathway Team BridgeLane won the NRS teams title again
- We had a record number of national champions
- Club membership just over 700
- Safely navigating the Covid landscape and keeping the riding going with TeamApp
Three Life Memberships were awarded for exemplary services to the club.
These were awarded to: Richard Saunders, Alexis Kaless and Jim Buda.
Our 2021 Club Committee was elected.
President: Mitch Dixon
Vice President: Antoni Mikac
Secretary: Pete Reynolds
Treasurer: Neil van den Bosch
General/CX: Grant Kepler
Mountain biking: Iain Collings
Ride Captain: vacant position
Thanks you to all our retiring committee members and all volunteers for 2020. We look forward to more riding, racing and roaming in 2021.
For the final road race of the year, we march north to The Wall, the biggest monument on the NSW calendar. Now in its sixth edition, it already has an aura of brutality and mythical riding status. This is a race that you can be defined by. Test your limits and see how deep you can go as every rider aims to be the first to complete five laps of West Head, entries are now open via Buncheur.