Affiliate sponsorship is a special category of sponsorship where a company or individual may offer products, services or funding that support our racing or social events or the amenities that we are able to offer our members. All such sponsorship opportunities are designed to leverage a particular segment of SKCC activities - some activity or benefit provided that is unique to that sponsor. For example opportunities that currently exist include the sponsorship of the SKCC Peloton Ball and sponsorship of the Inverloch or Bright club training camps.

Please contact Sponsorship Director Kate Fitzpatrick on +61  (0)423 938 089 to discuss how partnering with SKCC can get you exposed to thousands of riders and the biggest club in Australia.


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Ridewiser Consultancy

Provide subsidised criterium training and other consultancy services to SKCC. Rob Crowe, Olympian, SKCC Club Champion and Club 'Pro' provides fee for service advice, training programs, training challenges and camps. His legendary ergo classes designed to provide you with the best in accelerated learning and growth for your road-cycling fitness. Up to 12-weeks of structured tuition on fixed-wheel wind-fan Ridewiser Ergos offers mental and physical and technical cycling training to advance the whole body-mind capacity for greater cycling fulfillment. Guaranteed to smash you mates! Call Rob on +61 (0)402 359 610.

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