Entries in Tour de Riverina (13)


Geoff Dixon Memorial Handicap

Come and join the Albury Wodonga Panthers Cycling Club and race near the beautiful historical town of Chiltern, Victoria. Take in the great scenery and enjoy one of the best courses the region has to offer.

Enter here
Entres close 11:59pm Thursday. Scratch bunch entries only after this date.

Date - Sunday 30th April 2017

Where - North Rd, Chiltern (St Joseph's Primary School)

Sign from 9:00 am

Racing - 10:00 am

Entry - $30

Format - Handicap

Distance 62.5km

* 3 Race Licenses and Day Licenses available at the registration desk.
* Rear tail light required to race
* $1,000 worth of prizes supplied by Bike Culture Albury
* Prize Money and Trophies/Sashes


2017 Tour de Riverina

The dates have been set for the 2017 Tour de Riverina. Check out the Tour de Riverina website for all the details.

Stage 1
Sunday 19th February 2017
Rock Classic
(Tolland CC)

Stage 2
Sunday 12 March 2017
Dean Carter Memorial
(Griffith CC)

Stage 3
Sunday 19th March 2017
Stockinbingal Fair
(Cootamundra CC)

Stage 4
Sunday 26th March 2017
Butch Menz Memorial
(Wagga CC)

Stage 5
Geoff Dixon Memorial
(Albury Wodonga Panthers CC)


Geoff Dixon Memorial Results

1. Daniel J Addison
2. Craig McMillan
3. Martin Ryan
4. David O'Brien
5. Tom Nixon
6. Andy Doyle
7. Dean Holgate
8. Ryan Clifford
9. Damian Christian
10. Tim Doyle

Fastest Time: Peter Treloar
First Female: Kathryn McInerney



Geoff Dixon Memorial 2016

Tour de Riverina Stage 5 – Geoff Dixon Memorial -
Sunday 15th of May

• Registration at North Road,Chiltern
• Registration from 9am
• Race Starts at 10am
• Race Distance: 62.5km (2 laps)
• Entry Fee: $25 to the club & $5 to the Riverina Prize Pool ($30).

• Presentations at the Telegraph Hotel, Chiltern
• Contact : Tom Barry 0419400905 for more info

STRAVA Page: http://www.strava.com/segments/3534688
Entries: http://riverinainterclubracing.com/tdr/?page_id=29



Geoff Dixon Memorial 2014

John Styles (Lavington Panthers) has won the 2014 Geoff Dixon Memorial in a bunch sprint consisting of 30 riders from the front three bunches in the race. John’s bunch flew around the course picking up second limit couple kilometres before end of the first lap of the 30km course. Then they caught limit just after the KOM/QOM sprint point - which was taken by newbie Steph Terrill – they were never headed from there.

John had to dig deep to make it over the last climb a few kilometres from home, but the master track champion prove no match for bunch of skinny roadies in the bunch kick. Rob Gray (Wagga Wagga) took third with Indiana Michel rounding out the podium. The back markers arrive a few minutes later with Peter Treloar (Tolland) taking fastest time by a mere tyre width.

Thanks to everyone who made the trip to Chiltern for today’s race. Special thanks to the hard working race committee, marshals, lead car drivers, traffic controllers, sign-on table workers and commissaires. We couldn’t do it without you guys.

1st John Styles
2nd Rob Gray
3rd Indiana Michel
4th Stanley Thomson
5th Adrian Manilton
6th Michael Coles
7th Adam Farugia
8th Adam Cartwright
9th Ryan Clifford
10th Miles Stuart

Fastest time: Peter Treloar

First unplaced local: Michael Coles
First unplaced female: Lisa Barry
First under 19: Miles Stuart (Thanks for the Dixon for family who sponsor this prize)
QOM/KOM: Stephanie Terrill