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Good evening all
Sinclair Automotive Spring Point Score 2019
Unfortunately with our last race being cancelled due to COVID 19 it was not possible to present the Spring 2019 Point Score winners as planned.
Therefore can those listed below advise Kieran Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org your bank account name, BSB and account number so the prize money can be deposited into your bank account.
Hopefully, we will be able to present the Summer 2020 Point Score in the not to distant future when racing resumes.
Thanks to our sponsors Sinclair Automotive and Danny Le Gatt Tours for sponsoring the series.
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Congratulations to all those who competed, stay safe.
Wooohoooo congrats PCC riders. Can’t wait to be back racing with you all 👍
Why no women?
Congrats Eddie Salas
Please see below statement from Cycling Australia. Accordingly, racing is cancelled for this coming Monday 23 March 2020.
As soon as we are in a position to commence racing again we will notify you on Facebook and Email so stay tuned.
Cycling Australia Statement Regarding Coronavirus, Racing And Training Activities
Members will be aware that measures have recently been introduced by the Federal and State and Territory governments to prohibit gatherings of 500 people or more. This has already had an effect on a range of cycling activities across the country.
However, Cycling Australia wishes to take a more proactive approach in protecting the health and wellbeing of the riders and the families of our cycling community. We believe this is the right course of action for cyclists to reduce the risk presented by the COVID-19 virus, and in particular to do our part to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19 infection rates.
As such, Cycling Australia strongly recommends that all club and other races around Australia are postponed as of 9.00am Wednesday 18 March 2020 and that this position is maintained until further notice. Cycling Australia also recommends that organised club activities that involve close contact be suspended.
We encourage all members to remember the following behaviours to help maintain good hygiene:
•Wash hands regularly with hand soap for more than 20 seconds and use fresh paper towels or air blowers to dry hands;
•Use sanitising alcohol-based (at least 60% alcohol) hand rub in-between hand washing;
•When coughing or sneezing, ensure that you do so into the fold of your elbow.
•When using a tissue to blow your nose, dispose of the tissue immediately and refrain from placing tissues back into pockets or bags;
•Maintain a safe buffer distance between (1.5 m suggested) to minimise transmission and provide reassurance to others by respecting their space;
•Avoid touching your face with your hands; and
•Do not touch surfaces that may be at risk of being contaminated.
•Please note these recommendations may be updated frequently over the coming weeks and months, and we encourage people to keep abreast of these expert recommendations - click HERE to access the link.
If you decide that your event or club activity should proceed then Cycling Australia recommends that the following restrictions should apply:
•If riding two abreast, keep the maximum allowable gap of 1.5 metres between riders and a gap of at least 1.5m to the rider in front of you, including while stopped at intersections
•Limiting groups or bunches to 10 or fewer riders
•Ensuring all riders are self-sufficient in case of mechanical issues
•At cafes, maintain appropriate social distancing and keep helmets, gloves and sunglasses away from tables
The virus and potential implications are changing constantly, will be monitored and acted upon accordingly, and we will keep you updated as new information comes to hand.
We are keen to restore racing and riding activity, particularly given the positive physical and mental health benefits provided by cycling during these challenging times. However, we are taking a cautious approach and considering how and when this can occur. In particular, we want to ensure we are considering our whole community and particularly those most at risk. ... See MoreSee Less
After all the states have already rolled up racing... Late to the party much?
Congratulations to Penrith rider Damon Malek taking out the Individual Pursuit at the Track Nationals over the weekend. ... See MoreSee Less
Due to the weather, racing has been cancelled for tonight! ... See MoreSee Less
Bathurst Cycling Classic
Congratulations to all riders who represented Penrith Cycling Club at Bathurst over the weekend, the following riders achieved top 5 results:
1st Piet Van Gurp M9
1st Mike Sales M10
4th Kat Coleman W35-39
1st Sean Brunt M45-49
1st Eddie Salas M55-59
Best wishes to Robert for a speedy recovery. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks everyone great results by our club riders !!!!
I followed the last group in the 50 km. Heavy rain and fog at My Tomah on my way home.
Great work boys
Well done boys
Good on you Eddie 🚴🏿🚴🏿🚴🏿
Congratulations Sean Brunt & Eddie Salas
Well done Eddie.
Yes Kat Coleman! 👊🏼
Results for Monday 9 March 2020
A Grade: 1st Peter Wakefield, 2nd Peter Milostic, 3rd Sean Brunt, 4th Simon Ball and 5th Eddie Salas.
B Grade: 1st John Cooper, 2nd Mark Hebdan, 3rd Ethan Hebdan, 4th David Gradden and 5th Cooper Kwok.
C Grade: 1st Brian Bonham, 2nd Walter Machado, 3rd Adam Thompson, 4th Stephen Winfield and 5th Mitchell Jeffries.
D Grade: 1st Edwin Van Dyk, 2nd Craig Cremen, 3rd Lindon Milostic, 4th Jeff Scott and 5th Adam Callaghan.
E Grade: 1st Brayden Salas.
Thank you to our sponsors Sinclair Automotive and Danny LeGatt Tours.
See you next week at the Regatta. ... See MoreSee Less
Well done boys
Go Brayden Salas 👍
Well done Adam Thompson
Well done John Cooper
Reminder racing tonight is at the regatta centre 6.30pm start ... See MoreSee Less
Just a reminder there will a no racing tonight. ... See MoreSee Less