Vets Cycling Club
About the Club
Grampians Veteran Cycling Club is
based in the Central Western part of Victoria, Australia,
around the famous Grampians Ranges. The club was formed
in 1996 to cater for the needs of older riders, who
up until then had to
travel long distances to find specific
veteran events, or ride against much younger riders.
More about the club HERE ...
Annual Club Awards 2018
Congratulations to Kevin Grellet who put in a very good years training and racing to take out the Club Aggregate for 2018 ahead of Peter Wemyss and Meg Parnaby. Peter Wemyss took out the Backmarkers Championship from Frank Kean and Sean Prins. Meg Parnaby was named Rider of the Year with another great year of good performances in Australian and State titles, as well as finishing the year in the State Aggregate as first woman. Les Dunn was named most improved rider, making the big jump from second limit to the bunch behind.
Rise in Membership fees for 2019
Due to insurance fee rises, the AVCC have increased their share of the membership fee by $20 for 2019. New membership for Grampians Vets members is now $175. New memberships for those not already a current member start on 1st October 2018 and are current until the end of 2019.
VCV Life Membership to Tony Lloyd
The Grampians Vets would like to congratulate Tony Lloyd on receiving a life membership from the VCV at a recent Delegates Meeting in Geelong. Tony was a founding member of the Grampians Club and served as its President and/or secretary from 1996 to 2006, and the Vice President in more recent times. Tony is also currently serving as the VCV Treasurer, and is in his 4th year of service, as well as the Grampians VCV
Delegate, and travels to Geelong every two months to the meetings. Tony has served as the Delegate every year except for the first, so that is stamina!! Thanks Tony from all club members for your many years of dedication to cycling and the Grampians Vets. A well earned award!
Disc Brakes and VCV races.
Disc brakes are now legal for all AVCC and VCV events.
Members are reminded that tail lights are required on all bikes including time trial bikes to race. No light no racing. Lights should be clearly visible from 100m and be set not to flash.
Stawell Racecourse 40.3km Handicap
Sunday 17th February, 2019
Combined Limit Just Holds on for Win
The combined two limit bunches just held off a fast finishing second scratch to enable Meg Parnaby to claim the win from Alan Barnett and Les Dunn.
Full race details HERE ...
Up to Date
Sunday 24th February 2019
Halls Gap. Fyans Creek Road 43.5km handicap. Start on Fyans Creek Road, just off the Stawell/Halls Gap road.
Also VCV State Crit Championships
Sunday 3rd March 2019
Stawell - Campbells Bridge 50.5km handicap. Meet at the toilets at the top end of the upper Woolworth’s carpark in Stawell.
Sunday 10th March 2019
Bendigo Open. No club racing.
Check out the Race Calendar here ...
VCV Open Registration Dates
|Don't miss an Open because you
forgot to enter!
See the VCV Website for full details.
Open Events for 2019
||Camperdown to Warrnambool to be held 16th Feb from Camperdown.
||VCV State Crit Championships - to be held on 24th February at Campbellfield.
||Bendigo Open - to be held on 10th March at Woodstock on Loddon.
NOTE - A full list of the 2019
VCV Open entry dates and events is available on the VCV Website