Graded Road Race – Calga

August 11, 2018 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Jones Rd
Calga NSW 2250

Graded Scratch Road Race, 50km.

All details and entries here:

Race Schedule

Time Activity Grades
01:00pm Sign-on desk opens Priority to D grade until 1.15pm
01:30pm Rollout time D Grade neutral rollout to Peats Ridge end start
01:50pm Registration desk is closed
02:00pm Race Start time All Grades in order: A (+ D from other end), B and C

Race Fees
Online entry cost is $20. If you enter on the day it’ll be $25 in cash.
If the race is cancelled due to weather, all online entries will be refunded.

To support families with junior riders, CCCC also offers the following:
Juniors under 19 years ride for FREE and race for the podium – no prize money
(Junior categories are calculated from date of birth, using Cycling Australia membership categories)

Women can enter in any race graded A-D as normal. If we have enough interest, we will also run a Women’s development race over 25km.

Disc Brakes: – Disc brakes have been approved for racing by Cycling Australia.

No License, No Race: – Riders need a current license (or proof of renewal) to race. CA licenses only. Licences may be checked at any time so to make sure you can race, BRING your licence (physical or digital version) with you to every race.

New to Racing: – 3 Race Licenses are accepted. Please ensure you have organised this with a club or online via Cycling Australia prior to race day. See Cycling Australia Memberships Page for more information.

On-the-day Entries: – Riders are encouraged to pre-enter as it helps with race organisation logistics. On-the-day entries are accepted if space & time permits. Please arrive early if after an on-the-day entry.

Race Briefing: – Riders MUST be at the start line 5 minutes before allocated start time for the Commissaires instructions.

Announcements: – Please check the club website or Facebook for any announcements regarding racing.

Safety: – All competitors are reminded that road cycle racing can be considered a dangerous sport, and whilst all reasonable care is taken by the race organizers and officials when organizing this event, all participating cyclists have an equal responsibility to ensure they take all reasonable care by adhering to the road rules and any other conditions imposed by Police and/or officials ensuring a safe race environment for all concerned. Please refer to our Club specific Racing Rules on our website for further information.

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