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Since 2016, Parklife Cycling Club has been finding and featuring some of the best rides around the Sydney Olympic Park area. From social rides around the park catering to all ages and skills to more challenging rides out to Bobbin Head, we’re proud to teach not only the love of the sport, but to also impart riding skills, development and a sense of belonging.

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Round 4 of the AusCycling Club National Esports Series took place on Wednesday night on Zwift. The PLCC green machines were in strong numbers, with representatives across all Grades: A, B, C and D. Round 4 kicked off in fast and furious fashion on the virtual roads of Watopia covering 28km of a fast and flat course with a few punchy rollers sprinkled on top for good measure.Women:A Grade: Setting off for what would be a another closely contested slog to the finish, ReneeEverett was in the mix with some of the best woman to ride the roads of Zwift. A huge congratulations to Renee for coming away with a 5 th place!! Awesome Renee Everett!!D Grade: Putting in an amazing ride and so close to coming away with some points, Wendy Healy wore the green in the women’s D grade in quick competition. Amazing effort Wendy!!Men:A Grade: It’s flat, it’s fast and there is nowhere to hide. The best went at it again and was nothing short of full on! In the mix, Andy Yuen and Keegan Ross both put in massive effortswith Andy coming away in 15 th.B Grade: Another fast start out of the pens, B grade was no less brutal. Starting in the pens, wearing the green; Nathan Comans, Michael Elias and Pat Coleman. With the fast flat roads and early splits, they gave it their all coming away with Nathan in 25 th on the official score card.C Grade: Fast, flat and phenomenal (not an f-word but fitting for this race ��). Up to the challenge Shannon Goard, Dan Majgaard, Bruce Black, Ben Thompson and Russell Fox tookon this field head on and came out victorious!!! Congratulations to Bruce in 1 st , Dan in 11 th, Shannon 12 th , Russell 13 th and Ben 26 th . Prodigious effort from the C grade crew!D Grade: Last, but certainly not least, D grade. What a race and what a result. Liam Healy, Alaa El Husain and Tony Patterson did the green machine team proud. Huge effort from allthe fellas, with Liam snagging 23 rd to round off the points.At the end of Round 4, Parklife Cycling Club sit in at 7 th place overall out of a total of 45 clubs from around Australia. Two more weeks to go, keep it up team! Stay tuned for the coming weeks to stay up to date with all the action. See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Round 3 of the AusCycling Club National Esports Series took place last Wednesday night on Zwift. The PLCC green machines were once again in strong numbers across all grades.Round 3 started off on the nice, smooth tarmac roads of the new Makuri Islands world, but not before riders were hit with a wall of dirt and dust. Covering ~29km after 2 laps of tarmac to dirt and back again, the racing environment did not disappoint with its fast start and hectic finish.Women:A Grade: Few in the pens but by no means less competitive, the women’s A grade set off at blistering speeds with each fighting for position. Among the contestants, Renee Everett was in the mix with some of the best. Big congratulations to Renee for coming away with 4th place and again scoring massive points for the club. Awesome Renee!!D Grade: Enduring the long slog that was the tarmac and dirt hybrid, Wendy Healy was up for the challenge and saw it through to the end coming away with another top 30, taking out 25th. Fine example of persistence and a can-do attitude. Well done Wendy!!Men:A Grade: Fast, hard and fast. That just about sums up what took place in the race with some of the best. In the mix, Jerel David, Keegan Ross, and Andy Yuen battled dust and dirt emerging victorious with Jerel coming in 7th and Keegan taking 26th.B Grade: With a fast start out of the pens and up the first climb, B grade was in for a tough one. Wearing the green, Nathan Comans, Pat Coleman, Phil Kable and Daniel Ironside were among a sea of gravel bikes in a race to the finish. With 2 laps and 2 climbs, they gave it everything and came away with two finishing top 30. Daniel in 3rd and Nathan in 16th.C Grade: By no means slow and ready to go, C grade eagerly awaited the countdown clock to end. In a large field of strong riders, Shannon Goard, Dan Majgaard, Bruce Black and Vin Pr took to the field head on coming away with two top 30 finishes. Huge congratulations to Bruce for taking 1st place and Dan in 27th!!D Grade: Last out of the gates but by no means any less demanding, Alaa Elhusain and Liam Healy put in the work and both took a spot among the points contenders. Alaa took 8th and Liam finished strong in 29th. Astounding effort fellas!!At the end of Round 3, Parklife Cycling Club sit in at 7th place overall out of a total of 42 clubs from around Australia. However, hopefully when AusCycling makes the much needed adjustments to some scores, the club will retain that strong spot at 6th. Stay tuned for the coming weeks to stay up to date with all the action. See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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September Challenge – Week 4 WinnersMore great efforts from club members to stay active and out and about during lockdown.Zwift challenge Male – Liam Healy Zwift Challenge Female – Wendy Healy Both Liam and Wendy raced strongly representing the green and black as well as doing the club zwift social ride during the week. Wendy also completed her first century ride on Zwift as well. Elevation Challenge – Carolina Delgado for her cracking effort up and down Wo-La-Ra at Wentworth PointLocal Street Challenge – Liliana for a creative effort over at Lane Cove The winners get a pair of PLCC Socks or a PLCC Cap. Just drop by Park Bikes (note click and collect restrictions) to claim your prize.This is the final week in the Sept Challenge. Thanks for all of your entries and efforts to stay active and part of our great club! See MoreSee Less
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