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Matthew Lloyd

28 June, 2010: As he rolled alone across the line in Marina di Carrara on stage 6 of the 2010 Giro d’Italia, his arms spread in the victory salute, Matt Lloyd cemented his growing reputation as another brilliant Australian export to the world of European pro cycling. Check out Matthew's site!

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Robert Crowe

Being an average all-round sportsman through high school, it was only after becoming inspired by the television coverage of the 1988 Seoul Olympics and learning to ‘ride every day’ that Robert began a fascinating life journey through cycling.

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Jo Hogan

July 2010: A couple of years ago Joanne Hogan was still just riding her bicycle for fun - now she’s thinking of Olympic selection.

A former elite distance runner who represented Queensland in cross country – when her work as a nurse took her north between 2003 and 2006 -  Jo had plenty of cycling inspiration at home growing up in Melbourne.

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Grant Rice

Grant Rice, the amiable owner of Richmond Cyclery, dreamed of becoming a professional footballer, practising and playing every spare moment as a kid in Launciston, Tasmania. Instead, a single-speed bicycle under the Christmas tree at age nine set the course of his sporting career and shaped his life.

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Stuart Tripp

In Nov 2003 a very overweight, drinker and smoker got a handcycle.
His first words were “how much anger and frustration am I going to get out on this!” These are the results.

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Jamie Kelly

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Bridie O'Donnell

Having put aside her career as a doctor for the moment to give it everything she can as an elite athlete, Bridie O'Donnell has a clear goal: "to win a world championship," she says. At the same time, the last 12 months as a neo-pro for the Italian Team Valdarno in her mid-30s has given her new understanding, "that the process is as important as the result". Bridie has cycling's highest peaks in sight, but she knows, "you don't win bike races all that often".

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Philippa Read

Philippa Read

Philippa Read, known to all her friends as “Pip”, discovered late in life a prodigious talent on the bike.

She started racing in late 2000 because it looked like fun. “I soon discovered it was not only fun but very addictive,” she said, and the bug really bit in 2002 when she entered the World Masters Games, held that year in Melbourne.

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Scott McGrory

Scott McGrory

Lucky for the 6000 spectators who were trackside at Sydney’s Dunc Gray Velodrome on Thursday night, September 21, 2000 – for those glued to television screens around the nation, the excitement and sheer joy of a famous Australian sporting achievement in the making was almost as intense.

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Jennie Moroney

Jennie Moroney

16 July 2010: We wouldn't be here today without the dedication and support of Jennie Moroney. Jennie was one of the first to join the club when it was founded in 1999 and served as Treasurer for seven years and Club Administrator for two. She also has a swag of race titles to her name. She is shown here with her 2002 "Club Person of the Year" award.

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This section celebrates past and present SKCC members who have made a significant contribution to our club and to the sport of cycling.

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