Welcome to the Port Macquarie Cycle Club

PMCC – This is how we roll

We are Port Macquarie Cycle Club. We are young, we are old; we are fast, we are not so fast; we race, we watch and we chip in. Whatever we do we give it our all, and we do it because we love it. This is how we roll – join us.



Racing Updates



Visitors are always welcome in Port Macquarie and you should feel free to join the local group rides or the PMCC club races. Check out our racing calendar for details of upcoming events and please bring your current Race Licence and preferably your club jersey  if you want to race.

Our training rides vary to meet our training needs, the local road conditions and the weather. We have some favourites and you can check them out and download the route on our Local Rides Page.

If you are visiting and want to ride with a group check out our Strava Club Page to get the details of what’s happening next, say hi on FaceBook, or contact us.

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Caffeine & Local Bike Shops: After a morning ride we usually head to one of the local coffee shops.

Stirling Green Cafe, cnr Gillman Way and Sovereign Drive

Peloton Espresso Bar, 2/163 Gordon Street, next to Gordon Street Cycles

and diagonally opposite the “5 Star” start/finish point for many rides;

or there’s Ruins Cafe, Lake Innes (the roundabout here is an alternative start/finish point (5 minutes later).

TRS Cycle Centre, 23 Clarence Street

Graham Seers CycleryThe Marina, Park Street


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Tour de Port 2017 starts Saturday July 1 with the ITT; Crit on July 22; RR on August 5.

Riders ride in grades over 3 stages - ITT, criterium and road race. Points are allocated for finish places plus primes for an overall result.

Stage 1 - ITT
Starting with the juniors (u13) - 1 lap of hotdog TT course -@ 6km.
D grade - 3 laps of hotdog TT course -@18km.
C grade next -same course and distance.
A and B grade will do the same course but 4 laps -@24km.

Points are 10 for first , 9 for second, etc.

Stage 2 - Criterium
On the crit track starting with juniors (u13) doing 10 minutes plus 2.
D grade doing 20 minutes plus 2, with 2 primes.
C grade doing 25 minutes plus 2, with 2 primes.
B grade doing 30 minutes plus 2, with 3 primes.
A grade doing 40 minutes plus 3 primes.

Primes points are 3, 2,1 for first, second, third.
Finish points are 5,3,2,1 for first through to fourth.

Stage 3 - Road Race

The course for the road race will be: start- Burrawan forest intersection- top of Sapling- dam gate- finish.
Juniors (u13) will do one lap.
D grade will do 2 laps; 1 prime.
C grade will do 3 laps; 2 primes.
B grade will do 4 laps; 3 primes.
A grade will do 5 laps; 3 primes.

3,2,1 points for the primes.
Finish points will be 5,3,2,1.

From the points accrued across these 3 stages an overall winner for each grade will emerge.

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July 14, Bastille Day stage 13
Hopefully Lachy Morton will be riding into Foix, France I'll be there live keep your eyes open for Port cycle club jersey and go team Dimension Data and Orica 👍🏼❤️🇦🇺

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Big learning curve and some of the toughest racing Jonah has experienced . Long hills on the road race and a tight uphill corner on the crit track . Illawarra put on a fantastic event and he loved every minute of it . ...

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June Rec Ride Report
With plenty of things on this today (including running, running & riding and plenty of family stuff) our numbers were small but the enthusiasm why high. We even had a visitor ride with us from the Goldie. The stand out rider today was a bloke who had his 83rd birthday during the week. Yep you guessed it - Peter Brown. It was the best riding I've seen Pete do since we commenced the rec rides last year. Well done old timer!!
After our Paris Roubaix ride (yes it was a bit bumpy), we enjoyed a yarn and refreshments at Ricardos Tomatoes. See you next month when we saddle up again on 23 July - so get it into your diary now!

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Today we were joined by a strong contingent from Manning Valley Cycle Club, despite their club having a number of members away. A Handicap race was held over 32km, being four laps of an 8km course.

Four junior riders raced over a two-lap course with Jasper Sumsky (PMCC) taking the win.

In the seniors race (32km) the Limit group stayed away with the win going to Todd Atkinson (MVCC), 2nd Will Oram (PMCC) and 3rd Belinda Smith (PMCC).

Thank you to MVCC club riders and families and to chief commissaire Simon Andrews assisted by Murray Sallaway & Simon Bank. The traffic was well controlled today with assessments taking place for some of the new recruits, thanks team! (Phil Hawes, Louise Grigg, Alisha Bank, Jan Connors, Rick Hodges, Bree McDonald and Zoe Dowsett). As always a big thanks to Joan Hawes for sign-on and canteen.

Next week is the Grand Départ of the 2017 Tour de Port, with an Individual Time Trial. Sign on by 2pm with first rider off at 2.30pm.

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