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Subaru Active Cyclocross National Series CANCELLED

The next round of our Subaru Active MWCC Cyclocross Series has been cancelled due to circumastances outside of our control. The organisers are heartbroken that they were forced into this position. The course was designed, numbers and sponsors ready to go. Full refunds will be given. Thanks to Rob Parbery and Sean Couley and the rest of the gang for all of their work that they put in. Continue reading

Subaru Active Cyclocross WD40 Bikes Report

Australia’s Best Cyclocross Magazine www.australiancxmagazine.com.au has hand delivered this report from our most recent Subaru Active round of our cyclocross. It is award winning literature. We also have the pleasure of Riding Focus photos throughout. Round Three of the Manly Warringah Cycling Club Subaru Active Cyclocross Series took place on Saturday with a threat of rain that didn’t quite appear, though the ice cold wind and grey skies meant that winter riding kit was on display and those with long-sleeved skinsuits would be best prepared for the conditions. For everybody else Nomadic Café were pumping out coffee to warm the insides. Continue reading

Subaru Active Cyclocross July 19

Every month it gets bigger and this month will be no exception. With a bit of rain in recent days, the course promises some slipping and sliding. Cyclocross races regardless of the weather and you can now pre-enter this event at www.trybooking.com/FKJJ until Friday 5pm. Once again we will have 2 free kids races and plenty of action for everyone else. Continue reading

Subaru Active CX Degrease and Clean Up

Could a cyclocross event organiser ask for better conditions? Absolutely not. The weather in Sydney the week before Round Two of the Manly Warringah Cycling Club Subaru Active Cyclocross series was a mix of rain, wind, little sun and on the night and morning before race day a deluge of rain. By the time club volunteers arrived at JJ Melbourne Memorial Reserve in Terrey Hills to set up the rain had stopped and the sun had started to appear. Continue reading

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