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A reminder that no licence = no race!
Friday, 15 April 2011 – Cycling Victoria 195 starters took to the 11th annual Baw Baw Classic on April 10th. Riders were had tough and cold conditions all day with fantastic racing taking place. Miranda Griffiths (St Kilda CC) was too strong on the day taking home the victory in the Women’s race in 4:06:19 […]
In brutal weather conditions, Nathan Earle (Genesys Wealth Advisers Cycling Team) fought through an illness he’s had for three weeks to claim a second consecutive victory in the Warragul Nissan Baw Baw Classic. Article by Chris Graetz – www.dailypeloton.com Nathan Earle claimed a sensational victory in terrible weather conditions at Mt Baw Baw this afternoon. The […]
Warragul Cycling Club hosted the start of the 9th Annual Baw Baw Cycle Classic on Saturday 18th April. This year Nissan Warragul was the naming rights sponsor and a record of 220 entries were received this for the event. Of these, 18 were DNS and another 28 were recorded as DNF, victims of mechanicals or […]
It was a great day for the 2008 Mt Baw Baw cycling classic but the weather did not ease the pain of the final 6 km on the mountain. Over 190 riders left Warragul and most made it to the top but even the elite A grade riders slowed to less than 10km per hour […]
The race was won in 03:10:30. Warragul CC’s best rider was Luke Hanley in 5th place in B grade. Kane Walker came 19th in C grade (4th in J19), Wayne Chester came 16th in Masters 1, 2, 3 (10th in the Masters 2) and Thommo came 8th in Masters 4+ (2nd in Masters 5). Well […]
By Monique Hanley The 2006 Mt Baw Baw Classic: from Warragul to Whiteout A three-inch snow dump, rain, sleet and sub-zero temperatures greeted riders for the 6th annual Mt Baw Baw Classic on Saturday, aptly marking the start of the Victorian winter road racing season. It was hard to imagine conditions ahead from the Warragul […]
By Mal Sawford The fifth staging of what has become renowned as the toughest one day race in Australia saw eighteen year old Simon Clarke (Victorian Institute of Sport) cap off his phenomenal preparation for his three month stint in Italy with the Australian Under 23 Team with another impressive win on the near vertical […]
By Monique Hanley Geelong West’s Chris Fry became the fourth to conquer the gruelling finale to Australia’s toughest one-day road race, the Baw Baw Classic. Rain, sleet and freezing winds played havoc on the record 120-rider field, causing many to withdraw in the final stages from hypothermia and exhaustion. The slightly-built under 23 rider from […]
By Mal Sawford The final six kilometre slog to the summit of Mt Baw Baw is reputedly the steepest paved road in the Southern hemisphere. Averaging a mind-boggling 13%, Australia’s only “hors categorie” climb is the final obstacle to be conquered by the participants in what is becoming renowned as Victoria’s toughest one day race. […]