Waratah Park is the home base of cycling in the Sutherland Shire. It’s the Shire’s leafy, hilly answer to Heffron Park.
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.
Louisa Reserve is an extremely short criterium circuit located next to the Dunc Gray Velodrome in Bass Hill. If you’re after fast, straightforward racing without much cornering or climbing, this one’s for you.
When the roar of engines fades to the whir of spokes, it means there’s a cycling race at Eastern Creek. Read our guide to racing at Sydney Motorsport Park.
HART criterium circuit on Sydney’s northern beaches features three hairpins and a steep pinch point. Here’s our guide to this fun, twisting race course.
The first of our guides to Sydney’s road race courses. Newington Armory is a teardrop-shaped criterium circuit near Sydney Olympic Park. It’s infamous for “that corner”. Here’s what to expect when racing at the Armory.