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Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby Ross » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:15 pm

Entries only opened at 12 midday today.
Tour of Bright Entry Update: Mens B&C, Masters 1/2/3 & 4/5 have reached capacity and been closed
Entries are still being taken for A Grade Teams, Womens B & C, and Masters 6+.
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Re: Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby skull » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:23 pm

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Re: Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby nescius » Mon Sep 03, 2012 2:20 pm

Looks like I've missed out again :(
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Re: Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby Ross » Mon Sep 03, 2012 7:32 pm

The entry limit of 550 for the Tour of Bright has now been reached and entries have been closed for all categories.
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Re: Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby rogan » Tue Sep 04, 2012 3:38 pm

There is definitely an untapped market here. No Canberra Tour probably makes Bright more popular this year.

But the lack of availability of good road racing for non-elite riders who are sick of doing 15 laps of Heffron, Murrarie or Sandown, is pretty shameful...
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Re: Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby Ross » Wed Sep 05, 2012 7:55 pm

rogan wrote:There is definitely an untapped market here. No Canberra Tour probably makes Bright more popular this year.

But the lack of availability of good road racing for non-elite riders who are sick of doing 15 laps of Heffron, Murrarie or Sandown, is pretty shameful...


There are a few other popular open road races in NSW area such as Bathurst to Blayney, Cootamundra and Wagga.

Canberra is only 3 hour drive from Sydney, we have club level road races pretty much every weekend, year round. All grades from A-E (down to F-G in Vets club) are catered for as well as tandems and AWD.

http://www.canberracyclingclub.org.au
http://www.vikingscycling.org.au
www.actvets.cc
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Re: Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby fixedlegs2012 » Sun Sep 09, 2012 8:45 am

we were sitting on at 11:57 when it opened up and got ourselves booked in. Looking forward to it!
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Re: Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby number21 » Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:35 pm

Lucky enough to get a spot also. Just in the process of getting some accommodation and as most seems to be a least two bedders was wondering if anyone wants to go halves in a room? Or maybe someone has already booked something and has a spare bed and wants to split the bill??

Usually I'd go and camp it, but having to back up on sunday I don't think that'll help the recovery process much.
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Re: Tour of Bright entries nearly full

Postby Strawburger » Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:50 pm

Ross wrote:
rogan wrote:There is definitely an untapped market here. No Canberra Tour probably makes Bright more popular this year.

But the lack of availability of good road racing for non-elite riders who are sick of doing 15 laps of Heffron, Murrarie or Sandown, is pretty shameful...


There are a few other popular open road races in NSW area such as Bathurst to Blayney, Cootamundra and Wagga.

Canberra is only 3 hour drive from Sydney, we have club level road races pretty much every weekend, year round. All grades from A-E (down to F-G in Vets club) are catered for as well as tandems and AWD.

http://www.canberracyclingclub.org.au
http://www.vikingscycling.org.au
www.actvets.cc



yep, no stage racing for me this year :cry:

done the one dayers but no stage races for the non-elite in nsw this year (i'm pretty sure)
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