Race News

KOM Handicap Series continues

February 22, 2018

Ladies - Sunday 25th of Feb, along with state crit champs, we have Race 2 of the KOM Financial Advice Women’s Handicap Series. The handicapping is being tweaked, stand by for more. Racing is at 8:30am so get yourself on the startlist https://entryboss.cc/calendar/skcc AND there's also a skills session, register for that one: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=352330&

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Tour of East Gippsland a happy hunting ground…

February 21, 2018

When we go to Metung we do not muck around, there are so many quality performances to mention, we had to limit it to the top 10. Congratulations to you all for getting out there and doing it! Men's A Grade - General Classification 1st Raphael FREIENSTEIN 5th Jordan VILLANI 9th Sam BASCOMBE Stage 1 TT 3rd Jordan…

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2018 State Crit Championships at SKCC – 25th Feb and 4th Mar

February 15, 2018

We're excited to be hosting the Victorian Criterium Championships over two weekends on our South Melbourne circuit. Below is an approximate schedule of all racing occurring on the 25th of Feb and 4th of March. Please note that this is entry dependent and is subject to change. As Men's Masters categories are being held on a different day to…

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Race 1 of the KOM Financial Advice Handicap Series for women

February 14, 2018

Sunday’s first race in the KOM Financial Advice 3 Race Women’s Series saw a new face on the top step at SKCC. Congratulations to Viki Newton of Pirates Sporting Club. Handicap racing is new to SKCC crits, with many of the B and C graders participating in their first. As with road handicaps they are…

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Juniors!  SKCC needs YOU!

February 14, 2018

The Victorian criterium championships are fast approaching, and we want juniors (ages 9-18)! The Victorian criterium championships are at the normal St Kilda Cycling Club crit circuit in South Melbourne. These races will be fun because you are competing with people you own age and there are championship/bragging rights for being the best in your…

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KOM Women’s Handicap Race Series – how do we play?

February 8, 2018

      The first round of the Women's KOM Financial Advice Handicap 3 Race Series is on this weekend and will be run as a graded handicap with all riders in the running for the series leader's jersey and points towards the overall. The prize pool for the series is $1000, split amongst the…

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Highlight of the week

January 31, 2018

These 2 amazing women; Matilda Raynolds and Grace Brown raced the Cadel Evans Road Race and Race Melbourne, mixing it up in a world class field. Towards Zero Race Melbourne showcased the best domestic and international riders on the fast and flat Australian Formula 1® Grand Prix track.   Matilda and Grace were both in the bunch…

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Introducing the KOM Financial Advice Women’s Series

January 31, 2018

  We’ll be trying something a little different at SKCC on Feb 11. The first race in our KOM Financial Advice 3 race women’s series will be run as a graded handicap with all riders in the running for the series leader’s jersey and points towards the overall. How does a graded handicap work? Grades…

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28th January, 2018 SKCC Criterium, Round 1 of the Crit Carnival plus the Neometro Sprint King & Queen and the Boltsy Memorial Shield

January 27, 2018

PLACEGETTERS SPRING/SUMMER 2017/2018 RACE DATE: 28th January, 2018 VENUE: South Melbourne EVENT: SKCC Criterium, Round 1 of the Crit Carnival, Neometro Spring King & Queen and the Boltsy Memorial Shield. NUMBER OF RIDERS: 211 WEATHER CONDITIONS: Fine and sunny A Grade (54 starters) 1. Raphael Freinstein (Germany) 2. James Whelan (Hawthorn CC) 3. Patrick Lane (MCL) Women A (22…

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14 January, 2018 SKCC Criterium – Race #2 of the CCCC/SKCC Shield Challenge

January 13, 2018

PLACEGETTERS SPRING/SUMMER 2017/2018 RACE DATE: 14 January, 2018 VENUE: South Melbourne EVENT: SKCC Criterium NUMBER OF RIDERS: 139 WEATHER CONDITIONS: Cool but sunny A Grade (47 starters) 1. Raphael Freinstein (Germany) 2. Nicholas Canterbury (St Kilda CC) 3. Tommy Nankervis (Carnegie Caulfield CC) Women A (18 starters) 1. Michaela Parsons (St Kilda CC) 2. Isla Bradbury (St Kilda…

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