Waratah Park is the home base of cycling in the Sutherland Shire. It’s the Shire’s leafy, hilly answer to Heffron Park.
As a 90s kid and a racer, my idea of a bicycle is an aerodynamic carbon-fibre speed machine. That’s why I headed to Randwick CC’s Retro Day to find out why some people prefer slow, cumbersome vintage bikes over their sleek modern equivalents.
No catalogue of Sydney bicycle racing would be complete without its spiritual home, Heffron Park. We find out what makes this course so iconic with help from one of its patrons, John Sunde.
Dear city cyclists: there’s a whole ‘nother world out there. Here’s what to expect at a country open race.
Handicap races are meant to even the playing field, but do they favour the backmarkers? We analysed the last two years of NSW Handicap results to find the answer, and more.
After seven years in Nowra, the NSW Team Time Trial Championships have moved to Singleton for at least the next three years. Here’s a quick look at the new course.
If the world’s biggest bike race can be stopped by the weather, spare a thought for grassroots race organisers who face similar challenges without any of the prestige or resources.
The Waterfall Hill climb whisks you out of the depths of RNP, where the lush green canopy provides relief from Sydney’s hustle and bustle.