Ride for Awareness – Community ride

Community Awareness Ride 2019 clipTo raise awareness to break the cycle of family and domestic violence. Please join us on Sunday the 26th of May.

The comunity ride departs from the PCYC, Lang Park, Milton and finishes at Hoop Pine Park, Sir Samuel Griffith Drive, Mt Coot-tha.

Arrive at the PCYC at 6.30 am to register for a 7.00 am departure.

For more details check out the flyer for more details or here to see the route.

Please note: The route involves some hills and descents, A good level of fitness is required.  Your bike must also be in good working order.

Mt Coot-tha Time Trial – Ride for awareness

Lifecycle ITT-TTT Awareness Ride 2019 ClipMay is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month. Lifecycle Cycling Club are committed to raising awareness to break the cycle of domestic and family violence,

On the 26th of May with the assistance of the Queensland Police Service we are hosting individual and team time trials around* Mt Coot-tha across a number of categories.

First rider starts at 6am from Hoop Pine Park and complete a circuit* around Mt Coot-tha heading anti-clockwise.

Time trial is open to Cycling Australia Members U15’s and older.

*Please note: See map for timed section of the circuit.  The timed section is from Hoop Pine Park heading anti-clockwise around the mountain to about 200m before the roundabout. The descent is neutral.

Click here to enter https://entryboss.cc/calendar/lcc

For more information email secretary@lifecycle.org.au

Time Trial Course map

Points Race

This Saturday all adult races will be run as a points race.  For each lap, points will be allocated for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place across the line. All clubs welcome!zzz

Lifecycle members $10
Non-Lifecycle members $15
Juniors (U17 and younger) $5
Cash only, please ensure you get there at least 15 minutes prior to your race to register.

What’s happening in 2019

In 2019 we are:
Hosting more criterium races. Lifecycle members get to race for only $10. The popular RODE Fresh fruit boxes are back for podium winners

Continuining to support Women’s racing and para cyclists. All our criteriums have women’s only races across all grades and opportunities for para cyclists to race.

Support grassroots pathways to competitive racing by sponsoring “Women’s Racing Project” and the Futuro Pro Cycling racing teams.

Continuing our junior program including Saturday afternoon training and family friendly social rides.

Supporting our track riders. There will be a number of Friday night track sessions at the Anna Meares Velodrome

Continuing to have access to a range of training rides for all levels from social to elite including the popular Cycle Culture Brisbane rides such Wednesday Wattbomb.

Continuing to support a variety of organisations such as White Ribbon and Wheelin for Phelan.

Go to the Cycling Australia Website to join.

http://membership.cycling.org.au/

News Flash

Lifecycle Criteriums 2019
-now being run as restricted open
-open to all clubs
-no need for dual membership
-women only racing at all events
-more races

Pricing (from 17 February 2019)
-$10 Lifecycle members
-$15 non Lifecycle members
-$5 juniors -any club U17 or younger

We race for fruit boxes!
-Coffee and food available

Come along on 2 February and race at 2018 prices
(adult $10 juniors $5)

New riders please contact the Handicapper for a grading handicapper@lifecycle.org.au

Junior development

The club has a limited range of racing bicycles available for juniors to participate in coaching programs with a view to racing. Cycling Australia provides a pathway for riders through to the highest levels of the sport including the Olympic Games.

Regular training sessions for juniors are held throughout the year with accredited coaches and Lifecycle juniors are given the opportunity to race in club criteriums under UCI rules.

Podium Juniors