2021 AGM – Tuesday 14th September

Our AGM is set for Tuesday 14th September, 7:00pm. Subject to COVID19 restrictions, this will be held at the clubrooms. All positions are declared vacant, attached are the positions along with descriptions for you to review. If you don’t feel you have time to commit to a specific position please …

Baw Baw Classic Pandemic Postponment

Due to the constantly changing situation in Victoria as a result of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic, the 2021 Baw Baw Classic has been postponed. The Warragul Cycling Club looks forward to celebrating the event’s 20th anniversary now in November 2021, date TBC. “The club made the difficult decision to cancel …

No Racing Update

With recent articles in the local paper we must make it very clear that we are not racing at present.  We have some “off road” events planned and an actual on public road race will not be taking place until at least March as it takes 3 months to get …

Clubrooms Broken Into. Items Stolen.

Via our president. Disappointing to have to meet this vehicle at our club rooms today after a break in was discovered. It’s sad that people think it’s okay to break in and damage property and steal items that don’t belong to them. 😡 By way of information a white adult …

Cycling Victoria Statement on COVID-19

As you are aware, the Federal and State Governments have announced preventative measures in regard to COVID-19. These measures are to ensure the safety of public health in light of the spread of Novel Coronavirus.   Cycling Victoria advises all members to understand and follow the government advice surrounding COVID-19. …

2020 AGM – Thurs August 13

Our AGM for August 13, 7:30pm. For the first time in the history of the club the meeting will be virtual due to our COVID19 restrictions.  An email will be sent to all members on Monday 10th August with details. To attend the meeting virtually please respond to this email …

Tambasiss Wins VRS Race 1

By Rob Monk Warragul cyclists traveled to Kingston, near Ballarat this weekend for race one of the Victorian Road series.   Brett KENNEDY was the protected rider in B Grade Masters. He managed to stay with the field the whole race despite a nasty 1.7 km climb in the second …

Kenny Wins it Solo

By Rob Monk A small field of 16 riders contested the criterium at Endeavour Street on Sunday Morning. The race was influenced by the strong easterly wind which meant for half of each lap riders were pushing into a block head wind and for the other half were propelled by …