CVVCC Race Results

47km Club Graded Scratch Race - Woodstock

Posted on 31/03/2012 by SuperUser Account

The Club's 47km Graded Scratch at Woodstock, had a great field of fifty-two riders. A Graded Scratch Race is most likely the trickiest one for the Handicapper to set out. The format is to divide the field into groups of similiar abilities, and for each group to blend together to work as a team.

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35km STRATEGEM FINANCIAL GROUP Handicap - Woodstock

Posted on 24/03/2012 by SuperUser Account

The field, of forty-six riders, for the Strategem Financial Group 35km. Handicap, was larger than expected, as a number of members had gone to ride in the Warrnambool Open. It was the home, "Hot Dog Course", North to the turn at Newbridge, back past the Clubhouse to the Maryborough Road, then turning back to finish at the Clubhouse. The Handicapper divided the field into eight bunches, with Scratch conceding between 2 .5 and 20minutes.

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50km PAUL VOLK ELECTRICAL Handicap- Maryborough

Posted on 17/03/2012 by SuperUser Account

The fifty-two riders who entered the "Paul Volk Electrical" 50KM. Handicap at Maryborough, were greeted with warm sunshine, albeit accompanied, by a strong wind, that would test the riders fitness, on at least one leg of the hilly course. The Handicapper divided the riders into nine bunches, with Scratch conceding between two and thirty minutes.

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64km O'BRIEN CONTRACTING Open Handicap- Woodstock

Posted on 11/03/2012 by SuperUser Account

The popularity of the 64km. O'Brien Contracting Open. was once again evident, with a field of one- hundred and fifty-eight riders entered for the event. The riders came from as far afield as Melbourne and Colac, with one visitor from Western Australia. The conditions were just about perfect, the course, started at Woodstock, headed down Power's Road, swinging west back to Newbridge, then a slow swing south through Tarnagulla, to Laanecoorie, back to Newbridge, then the last leg back to the finish at Woodstock. The Handicapper divided the field into fourteen bunches, with the exception of the four riders in the Limit bunch, there were between nine and fifteen riders in the other bunches.

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Graded Scratch Races - Newbridge

Posted on 3/03/2012 by SuperUser Account

It was another very wet day for the Club's 38km, Graded Scratch at Newbridge, on Saturday. The field of thirty-four riders, was divided into four grades, with A Grade's eleven riders heading off first. The course was north to Bridgewater, across the river, then back south through Arnold to Llanelly, then back to finish at Newbridge. The bunch was fairly steady to Bridgewater, then a number of riders tried to break, without success. It was a bunch finish, with Shane Thompson first, in a time of 1h- 1m- 17s, an average of 37.5kmh, followed by Rick McIntosh, and Russell Gilbey.

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