club track racing
The Dubbo Cycle Club holds weekly club racing between the warmer months of the year between October and March.
Club racing takes place at the Dubbo Regional Cycle Facility in River St, Dubbo on Tuesday Evenings from 6:30 pm.
Entry Fee for racing on Tuesday nights will be payable at sign on which takes place in the clubhouse.
Entry Fees for Club Races are as below.
Tiny Tots / Super Tots $3
Family's (4 or More) $25
Eftpos Facilities are now available onsite , please note there will be a 1.6% surcharge for any payments made of Eftpos.
When you sign on you will be given your assigned number which is to be pinned onto the lower left hand side of your jersey so that it is readable by the officials standing at the finish line on the inside of the track.
You will need to be signed on before you start warmup, sign on will commence from 5:45 pm and concludes at 6:20 pm sharp so that we can ensure that racing commences on time.
If you don't think you will get to the track before sign on closes at 6:20 pm please send a text message to Jason on 0401 943 885, with your name and to confirm you will be racing tonight, we will then add you to the rider list and when you arrive at the track please proceed to the canteen to sign on , receive your number and pay the entry fee.
All Riders must be a Financial Member of Cycling Australia due to Insurance and to comply with State and Australian Laws, for more information please read the membership section of the website.
All new track riders will be required to attend information / training sessions before being able to race on a Tuesday night so that we can assess your skills until they are at suitable level to race.
For Handicap events, we allow the use of a pusher, Please ensure that riders who would like a pusher, will need to organise this prior to racing, any rider that does not have a pusher will be required to start off the fence
What Age groups do you cater for during track season ?
The Dubbo Cycle Club caters for anyone who can ride a bike, basically we start with the Tiny Tots which is a participation event for anyone who can ride a bike with training wheels and up to a distance of 200 meters.
The next group are the Super Tots which caters for riders with or without training wheels who can ride up to distances up to 400 meters and for ages up to around 7 years of age.
From then on riders 8 years of age or higher will be racing with track bikes and grouped on experience and ability, with Junior Grades being for riders who are in the Under 9, 11 or 13 Categories, and Senior Grades for Under 15 and above. We have some track bikes available for loan for newbies to give it a go please see a committee member down at the track on Thursday nights if interested, all new riders will need to attend information / training sessions before being able to race on a Tuesday night so that we can assess your skills until they are at suitable level to race.
The Club maintains a very high safety standard and seek all riders both Junior and Senior to support this.