Dipping a toe in water

If you ever wanted to try racing, why not think about getting a 3 Race Licence.  It's a great way to try racing without the full cost of getting a race licence.  Each 3 Race Licence cost $55, is valid for 3 months from the first event you enter, and can be use to enter any non-state open event, ie club, interclub racing.  And then if wish to purchase a full 2011 race licence $55 will be discount from total price.   If you're interested, please contact club Membership Officer Callum Dwyer at


Christmas and the New Year

Albury Wodonga Cycling Club would like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy new year.


And speaking of the new year, 2011 is shaping up to be great year for the club.  The race committee are hard at work organising Geoff Dixon Handicap for the end of February and Rutherglen Classic Weekend in May.  There also be few changes to club racing.  Some mid-week racing, new circuits, and a return to Saturday afternoons in autumn.  So get in some base miles over summer and hope to see you all ready to race in 2011.


New Kit

And with new sponsorship period beginning next year, so brings a new kit.  All garments will be manufactured by Ventou and will arrive in store at The Full Cycle by late January.  The development squad had small number of bibs knicks done by Ventou early in year, and from all reports they offer very comfortable ride. Further details will become available in the next Club Newsletter. You can view the new kit by clicking here.

Any enquires can be made to Kade Brown,


Club Sponsors

The Albury Wodonga Cycling Club is happy to announce that The Fullcycle of Albury, Big River Roofing, Baker Motors, Hume Building Society, Flex Out Physiotherapy, North East Tree Care will continue sponsoring the club for the another three years.  We also welcome Quantum Printing Services as new sponsor.  The AWCC greatly appreciates these local businesses support of cycling in Albury Wodonga. 

Thanks to Kade Brown and Craig Day for their work in security these sponsors for the club.

Also Parker Pies & Rutherglen Estates will again support our Rutherglen Classic weekend next year.  More news to come on this event in the new year.


Weekend Racing

As you may have heard the last round of the Tour of Two Rivers at Young cancelled due to excepted bad and flooding thought out the south west NSW.  So standings will remain the same as of end of last race at Marrar.  Again congraulations to Hugh Satchell for taking out the overall D grade title, the first Albury Wodonga club member to do so.  The presentation for the T2R will be now been held next year at the first Tour de Riverina race, which will be our own Geoff Dixon Handicap.

Also the mighty Tour of Bright was held over the weekend with following results record by Albury Wodonga riders.

Rhys Pollock,  43rd A-grade
Rohan Christmas, 41st C-grade
Gordon Taylor, 18th Master 4/5