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Hello AC Victoria Members,

It's been an eventful 2021 already and the first month has flown by. Congratulations to all the Member Clubs who put in a tremendous amount of work in hosting numerous events across the Summer. From eSport and criterium racing to School holiday programs and National Championships there certainly is a pulpable energy and wheels of all sizes hitting the boards, riding the berms or navigating new trails.

There's a dynamic Events and Racing calendar in the month of February.

06-07.02.21 Victorian Downhill State Championship - Mt Baw Baw
13.02.21 Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classic - NRS & Support Categories
13.02.21 Port Campbell to Warrnambool Handicap
20.02.21 Melbourne Cup on Wheels (DISC)

20-21.02.21 AusCycling Victoria BMX State Series Rounds 1 & 2 (Shepparton)
20-21.02.21 National Junior Track Series (DISC, Melbourne)
27.02.21 123rd Austral Wheelrace + 2021 National Track Madison Championships (DISC)

It's not all about pinning a number on. Ride Nation continues to expand its platform. Work is being completed to detail a comprehensive framework for Schools, for educators, students and becoming a meeting and marketplace for riders and service providers. A greater emphasis has been placed on advocacy and infrastructure to ensure a people of all ages feel confident to cycle and have safe places to ride.

AusCycling Victoria welcomes incoming CEO Marnie Fechner and expresses gratitude to Shane Coppin and Steve Drake for their contribution in bringing AusCycling to fruition.

I wish everyone a COVIDSafe and successful year.

- Craig Eastwood, AusCycling Victoria GM

Enter The 2021 Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool Today!

Entries are still open for the Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool and the Royal Bikes Port Campbell to Warrnambool Handicap.

AusCycling encourages anyone sitting on the fence to give it a go! The Melbourne to Warrnambool is one of the most iconic bike races in the country, it is the second oldest one day cycling event in the world and the longest in the entire Southern hemisphere.

📅 Saturday Feb 13

🚴 M2W - 267km


If the ‘Warrny’ is a step too far, the Royal Bikes Port Campbell to Warrnambool is a fantastic option where you can enjoy the 76km course and the wonderful history and heritage of Australia’s longest running race and stick around to watch the finish of the 2021 edition.

🚴 Port Campbell to Warrnambool - 76km


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2021 AusCycling Road National Championships

Across this five-day event, hundreds of Australia’s finest elite, para, under 23, under 19 and amateur riders are set to line up for their chance to wear the green and gold jersey.
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2021 AusCycling BMX State Series 

The 2021 AusCycling BMX State Series rounds 1 and 2 are set to take place in Shepparton on the 20th and 21st of Febuary! Enter now!
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2021 Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool

The 'Warrny' is one of the most iconic bike races in the country and it is the second oldest one day cycling event in the world 
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Victorian Downhill Series State Championships

The VDHS State Championships are on in Baw Baw on February 6-7! Enter now to be a part of an awesome event
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Entries Open for Rounds 1 & 2 of The AusCycling BMX State Series!

Entries for the first and second rounds of the AusCycling BMX State Series are open!

📅 Sat-Sun 20-21 February

📍 Shepparton 


The BMX State Series rounds in Shepparton are COVID-safe events meaning rider numbers and spectators are capped at a maximum 400 riders and 1 spectator per rider.

Shepparton BMX will run open gates on the Friday afternoon/evening from 5pm (5m only), 7pm (8m only). Pre-purchase entry only via Entry Boss, buy when entering for the main event.

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Santos Festival of Cycling Recap

AusCycling State and Territory BMX Championships Update

Australian Cycling Team Athlete Memberships 2020/21

Australian Trail Difficulty Rating System Revised

Plenty of NRS Talent Preparing for the 2021 Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool!

The main race of the Melbourne to Warrnambool forms part of the AusCycling National Road Series with some of Australia’s best jumping in the saddle to try and get their names on the prestigious honour board.

Australian Cycling team member and Victorian young gun Luke Plapp will be one of many top tier riders taking on the course after a year of cancelled events and disappoint. Plapp will be racing with the InForm TM Insight MAKE team and after a fantastic Festival of Cycling will be looking to really make an impact.

Western Australia’s biggest NRS team, VeloFit Australia will be making the trip over to Victoria for the event with riders Josh Wilson, Matt Burton, Jacob Langham, Pat Sac-Williams, Luke Thompson and Xavier Cooper out to show everyone they are the best from the west!

Defending female champion Matilda Raynolds will also be returning with the Specialized Women’s Racing Team, if successful she will become the first female to win the race for a second time. Raynolds said to SBS after last year’s victory “There was no pressure… I was just able to go out there and ride my bike all day’. We’ll see if she feels the same this year if she manages to pull off another excellent victory.

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Melbourne Track Endurance GP Results!

Lots of smiles and great camaraderie. Congratulations to all our place getters of this months junior session at the Melbourne Track Endurance GP! 

J13 and younger:
🥇 Omer Kirmizi (Brunswick CC)
🥈 Billie Russell (Brunswick CC)
🥉 Emilia Jirovec (Brunswick CC)

🥇 Ollie Jirovec (Brunswick CC)
🥈 Jack Edwards (Shepparton CC)
🥉 Nate Trowell (Blackburn CC)

🥇 Lilyth Jones (Bendigo & District CC)
🥈 Ilaria Cotronei-Baird (Brunswick CC)

🥇 Adam Lees (Blackburn CC)
🥈 Eddie Jirovec (Brunswick CC)
🥉 Jamie Radford (Blackburn CC)

Full Results
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