The ‘Cows with Guns’ course will host the mountain bikes on Sunday.
The ‘Cows with Guns’ course will host the mountain bikes on Sunday.

Mountain bikes take centre stage

DUE to the wet weather last weekend there was no cycling events to report on but the mountain bike crew have stated that the cross country event for this Sunday at ‘cows with guns’ is on.

It is mountain biking so get out there, have some fun and learn new skills.

Sign on from 7.00am with racing commencing at 8.00am sharp. If you are unsure of the location check the website or go in to your local bike shop.

Geoff Gilchrist will be at the course from 2.00pm on Saturday doing some maintenance for the race on Sunday and he would appreciate all the help available.

On Saturday afternoon from 4.30pm the track riders will be doing their thing at the velodrome in Toormina.

There is a full range of events for the toddler to the grandparent. All fitness levels are catered for due to different grades. There are numerous bikes in storage at the velodrome very disappointed that their friends are getting a ride while they hang in the shed.

Riders do not have to go to the expense of purchasing a bike to give track racing a go, get out to the velodrome on a Saturday or Tuesday, get fitted to a bike and get riding.

Monday from 5.20pm is sign on for criterium racing at the cycling complex. With the Coffs round of the McDonald’s Northern Region Criterium Series coming up on December 6 riders need to get all the racing in as possible to get a home town advantage.

For further info about cycling go to http://www.coffsharbourcycleclub.org.au



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