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Sign on closes 15min before race start time for each grade, Riders must attend race briefing before the start of their respective grades. A & B grades race for 30mins + 2 laps. C & D grades race for 25 mins + 2 laps.

Kolodong races sign on by 7.40am for 8am start – Juniors will run if numbers permit.

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Hot conditions greeted riders on Wednesday night for week 18 of the summer criterium series. Due to the hot conditions races were shortened by 5 minutes for each grade.

Elite and A-grade were combined once again. It didn’t take long for the attacks to come, the first to get away were Marcus Worth, Rohan Nixon, Ben Cross and Brandon Conway. After 3 laps of hard chasing it was all back together. A couple of laps later Brandon set off on a solo breakaway. No sooner had he been caught then Ben Cross launched his bid for a long range victory. Glen Mathiske was prominent in all of the chases throughout the night and it was no different at the end of the race. Just as the peloton caught onto Ben’s rear wheel the 2 laps to go sign was held aloft. In the sprint it was Glen, just ahead of Ben with Michael de Wright in third place.

B-grade raced for 25 minutes in humid conditions. With two laps to go visiting rider Chris Kilborn went to the front of the peloton and set about increasing the speed. It would prove too great an effort for most of the riders to match. As the final corner was rounded Chris had a handy lead which he held all the way to the finish line. Peter McKay managed to out sprint Josh Alley for second place. A special mention to Alexander Knight-Viale who participated in his first B grade race on Wednesday after being promoted from C grade.

C-grade raced for 20 minutes. It was good to see Mal Weiley back on the bike and racing. The race came down to a bunch sprint with Graeme McGechan getting the better of Ivor Thomas. Sarah Grist took a well earned third place with Tanya Cross only half a bike length back in fourth place.

D-grade was stretched out in a long line by the first corner. By the end of the first lap the race was well and truly blown apart with small groups of 2 or 3 riders stretched over 500 metres. Thomas Worth and Matthew Boyling were out at the head of affairs with a chasing group of three riders behind. Thomas and Matthew would end up sprinting for first place with Thomas just pipping Matthew on the line. From the group of three chasing riders Jesse Parker would power home to take third place.

Racing is on again this Wednesday night. The Juniors will start at 5:45pm with A & C Grades following and B & D Grade racing last.

Gavin Jackson.
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SKILLS TRAINING ON TONIGHT
CRIT TRACK | 5-6 PM
For beginners and junior riders that want to learn better cycling skills and riding in bunch situations. This is NOT for competent riders - although if you wanted to come and give us a hand - we wouldn't say no! #MVCC #skillssession
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SKILLS TRAINING ON TONIGHT
CRIT TRACK | 5-6 PM 
For beginners and junior riders that want to learn better cycling skills and riding in bunch situations. This is NOT for competent riders - although if you wanted to come and give us a hand - we wouldnt say no! #MVCC #skillssession

 

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