Event / Entry Fee
Road Race / $20.00
Individual Time Trial / $15.00
Criterium / $10.00
Age Code / Description
18 / 18 – 29 Inclusive
30 / 30 – 34 Inclusive
35 / 40 – 39 Inclusive
40 / 40 – 44 Inclusive
45 / 45 – 49 Inclusive
50 / 50 – 54 Inclusive
55 / 55 – 59 Inclusive
60 / 60 – 64 Inclusive
65 / 65 – 69 Inclusive
70+ / 70 years and over
Final Age group groupings are subject to the amount of entries received. Organisers reserve the right to merge age groups into 10-year age brackets
FF Patrick Caslin (CFA)
Mr Simon Hall (DJTR)
Mr Michael Sparke (VIPO)
Mr John Chatfield (SES)
Will be a timed event + 2 laps Layout(s) to be used TBA
Individual Time Trial
The distance is approximately 10km, which suits the time frame of the day and to allow suitable recovery for riders who will also compete in the road race.
Road Race – Men under 60 years old will race 60 km+ approx.
Road Race – All women and men over 59 years old will race 45 km approx.
Potential Road Race circuit left of Green Dot and Potential Time Trial Course to the right.
Venue, Date and Time
Friday 19th March – Criterium
Location: Belmont Criterium Track 1 Barwon Heads Rd, Belmont
Time: 1200hrs to 1700hrs
Saturday 20th March – Road Race and ITT
Location: Geelong Surfcoast Cycling Club Clubrooms Cnr Hunts & Grassdale Rd, Paraparap
Time: 0900hrs Individual Time Trial (ITT)
1200hrs Road Race
Riders are only permitted to use Time Trial specific equipment in the time trial race.
Riders must have a functioning red rear tail light that must remain turned on during the races. Disc brakes will be permitted in both events.
If only one entry received for an age division, that division will be deleted and the competitor offered a position in the next younger age group. Age and or gender divisions may be merged if entries are insufficient.
A COVID Safe Plan will be implemented for this event.
Entry Form Information
Entries will not be accepted after 14th March
The cycling events will be supporting the Melbourne Firefighter Stairclimb, 000 Foundation, the Black Dog Institute and Lifeline to help raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with Mental Health, Post Traumatic Stress Injury (PTSI), Depression, Suicide and Anxiety
The cycling events are races and as such, involve varied levels of inter-agency competition and ability. While age group medals are awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place getters, the emphasis on the event is to promote fitness, friendship and participation. Medals will be presented on conclusion of each event.
The events are supported by the Geelong Surfcoast Cycling Club, Geelong Cycling Club, Northern Veterans Cycling Club, and Blackburn Cycling Club.
All race circuits are dependent upon successful granting of relevant permit applications.
Program containing start list, times, directions, distances etc. will be emailed to all competitors after the close of entries.