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She Rides On SA Group do Coast to Coast Monday, 15 April 20190

She Rides On SA Group do Coast to Coast

Some Recent graduates of the Adelaide She Rides On Yesterday completed the 95 or 65 kms Coast to Coast finishing in Victor Harbor SA. 

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Cycling Australia applauds sport funding boost Wednesday, 3 April 20190

Cycling Australia applauds sport funding boost

Cycling Australia congratulates the Australian Government on the increased funding for sport and physical activity announced in last night’s Federal Budget. A package totalling $385.4 million will be spent on Australian sports from elite to grass roots.
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#TrackNats - 2019 Cycling Australia Track National Championships Guide Wednesday, 3 April 20190

#TrackNats - 2019 Cycling Australia Track National Championships Guide

Australia's best track cyclists, including a host of our recently crowned world champions, have hit Brisbane for the 2019 Elite/Under 19 Cycling Australia Track National Championships.

The action will take place over four days at the Anna Meares Velodrome from April 3-6, with 130 of country's elite to take to the track to contest 30 titles across the sprint, keirin, time trial, individual pursuit, scratch and points races, plus the under 19 team sprint, team pursuit and Madison. 
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European racing opportunity for women’s NRS Thursday, 21 March 20190

European racing opportunity for women’s NRS

Cycling Australia (CA) is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for National Road Series (NRS) registered female cyclists to take part in a winter racing program in Belgium.
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CA announce 2019 Domestic Broadcast Details Wednesday, 20 March 20190

CA announce 2019 Domestic Broadcast Details

Kayo Sports to showcase a wide range of Australian cycling action to more people and more devices than ever before.

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Ben Dyball does the double with Oceania Road Race win in Tasmania Wednesday, 20 March 20190

Ben Dyball does the double with Oceania Road Race win in Tasmania

Ben Dyball (Australia) completed a golden double on the final day of competition at the 2019 Oceania Road Championships in Tasmania, March 17. The under 23 men's crown was taken out by Tyler Lindorff of Australia as New Zealand's Ella Wyllie picked up the under 19 women's title.
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