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If ever you thought of joining an Australian masters cycling club, we're glad you found us. Events in Melbourne are available for all age groups and fitness levels. Look around the site for a while and send in a quick question to begin or come along for a few events. Now with 7 grades available, it's easy to slot right in and start having fun. We'd love to see you there... SMCC puts you in front.

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Club Kit Order open until November 2nd

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Posted by: Rob Pol Bodetto




The below video will show you how to create your own ‘sub-account’ and purchase the new gear. – How to Order  - CS Direct login


To ensure that your ‘sub-account’ links to our designs, enter in the following details before creating your account:

Username: smcc

Password: smcc

Free ticket Round The Bay

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Posted by: Andrew Caithness




Due to unforseen circumstances I will be unable to participate in the 250km RTB ride on Sunday, if you would like to use my ticket please give me a call 0402 845 178. Andrew.

Melbourne to Warrnambool 2014

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Posted by: Bill Upston




Well done to Chris Smith, David Foster and Lee Lindsay on gaining the Time Medal for the Warny. 

Chris tenth in B grade average 39 km/h  distance 273.4 km

Lee twelfth in C grade average 37.2 km/h

Dave seventh in D grade average 36.7 km/h


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Posted by: Marg Noonan




The 2014 Australian Masters Championships were held in the City of Ballarat
from Thursday October 2 to Sunday October 5. Time trial, criterium and road
race national titles were decided from a record number of entries from all
states and territories of Australia. And judging by the calibre of riders
on the entry lists, it was going to be a super competitive weekend of

The time trial championships was held at Burrumbeet, and it was instant success for Southern Masters CC with Margie Noonan powering to GOLD
in the WMAS7 category with a 33 second gap to Queensland rider Desrae
Cameron. Newcomer to the ITT discipline, Justin Deeley, was up against a
cracking field in MMAS3 and performed admirably for a creditable 18th position.
In the race of truth. Nick Grainger, exceptional performance against quality riders for 2nd place in a time of 27.08.50 in Masters 7.

The Criterium was held on the picturesque Victoria Park circuit in downtown
Ballarat. In WMAS6, Steph Coulson picked up handy fourth spot in a fast run
race while Helen Bean slid out on the top corner on the second last lap to
end her race. Rhonda Kennedy, punctured and out of contention. SMCC Vice-President Margie Noonan held her ITT form for a
great second place in WMAS7. Masters 4, Damien Gill, A Brilliant sprint for 2nd place at a fast and furious pace. Masters 5: Adrian Curnow, always a strong performance coming in 9th spot and Peter Dean just behind in 12th place. Masters 6: Brett Lindstrom 6th & John Chipp 9th, a Brilliant effort by all the boys....


The final event of the weekend was the road race on the famous 'Buninyong'

circuit as used in the Elite Road National Championships each year. The
highlight was Caroline Waldron's strong ride for second place in WMAS5.
Helen Bean and Steph Coulson took out 4th and 6th respectively in WMAS6,
while Margie Noonan completed a very successful championships with a silver
medal in WMAS7. Men's Masters 3 Paul Martinico, punctured and out of the race. Masters 5: Fantastic effort once again by Peter Dean 11th overall in a quality field of 35 riders. Masters 6: By the half way mark down from 28 riders to 13, Dave Clark pushing Big gear up the hill and surviving in 6th place in a quality field also a fantastic effort by Brett Lindstrom for 9th place. 

Well done to all Southern Masters riders and congratulations to all who
competed. If I've missed anybody, sorry. Bravo to Cycling Australia and the City of Ballarat for staging
such a successful championships.

Steve Bean

Annual General Meeting

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Posted by: Bill Upston









Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Southern Masters Cycling Club Inc. will be held at the Edithvale Reserve clubrooms  at 7:30 pm on Monday, 10 November 2014.




  1. To confirm the minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on 11 November 2013.

  2. President’s Report.

  3. To receive and confirm the financial report of the Club for the year ended 31 October 2014.

  4. To elect Committee of Management and two ordinary members:





    Two ordinary members.

    Nominations for the above mentioned positions must be lodged on the official form below and close with the Secretary on 3 November 2014.


  5. To elect the following positions:

    Club Captain

    Chief Commissaire


    Race Committee Members

    CSV Delegate

    Nominations for these positions can be lodged prior to the meeting and will also be called for from the  floor at the meeting.







NOMINATED POSITION: __________________________________________________________

                                                President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Ordinary Members (2)


NOMINEE:  (block letters)      ________________________________________________________


NOMINATOR:                        ________________________________________________________


SECONDER:                           _________________________________________________________


Nominations close on 3 November 2014 with the Secretary:

Bill Upston, 171 Browns Road, CRANBOURNE SOUTH 3977, phone 9782 2808, mobile 0417 148 154.


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