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Max McKenzie – Mt Gambier

July 9, 2015

Max McKenzie Flyer 2015

SW Series Races

March 14, 2015

Greg Gleeson Flyer 2015

First Race Back 2015

December 27, 2014

Drift House race

August 2nd 2014 club race

August 2, 2014

A 30km race with nearly ideal conditions.

thankyou to the 22 riders who came out to Toolong.

1st. Matt Burchell

2nd. Mark Winnen

3rd. Frank McCarthy

4th. Todd Baxter

5th. Jeff McLean

6th. Hayden Kavanagh

7th. Josh Bye

Fastest Time Matt Burchell (2:30). 47:23

Saturday July 12th 2014

July 11, 2014

Hi all,

Due to the cancellation of the Mt Gambier SW race (Max McKenzie), Port Fairy will be holding a club race.

1:00pm juniors

2:00pm seniors

All welcome.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for any weather updates or changes.

Graham Woodrup Memorial

May 11, 2014

Woody Flyer 2014


Entires are now open for the Graham Woodrup Memorial Road Race

Sunday 8th June

33rd Hamilton to Port Fairy

April 13, 2014

52 senior starters, 15 U11/13 and 7 U15/17 made the annual trek to Hamilton for the 33rd running of the Doug Pettingill Memorial – Hamilton to Port Fairy Road Race.

Conditions were windy with a side, head wind keeping everyone honest.  Limit headed off at 1:00, meaning scratch would be underway at 2:00.

There was a lot of banter on the start line with with ex scratch men riding on out marks.  A couple may have even been there in 1982 for the first running of the race.

The 5 minute bunch was travelling strongly engulfing most of the field by the Heywood, Woolsthorpe crossroads.  This made a bunch of 25 with ten chasing (scratch and Second scratch)  The leaders set a hectic pace for the remainder of the race slowly dropping one or two more in the final kilometres.

The bunch eased at Peter’s Pass, jockeying for good wheels in the sprint.  As they navigated the final bend, the lead out train had begun.  The sprint was fast and furious with Matt Burchell taking out the honours.  The sprint finish was not for the faint hearted with a spill 100m from the line.  Our condolences go out to Mark McLaren (Hamilton), Scott Waters (Mt Gambier) and Brett Creasy (Portland). We hope to see you all on the bikes again soon.

Scratch rolled into the finish with Simon Burchell taking the honours with the time.  The fastest time was under two hours for the 82km.  Neil Hyland still holds the record that was set in 1982, which was closer to one and a half hours.

Congratulations should also go out to Wal Paton for taking out the two sprints along the way.


Thankyou to all who assisted in helping make for a successful day.


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