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Historic race brings top cyclists to town


May 19, 2018 by admin

Podium hopes: Brodie Talbot will take part in the 110th Goulburn to City Cycle Classic next month. Picture: Simon BennettLOCALS will be hoping to see Brodie Talbot, of Harrington Park, at the front of the pack when the peloton pulls into Camden for the finish of the Goulburn to Sydney Cycle Classic on Sunday, September 16.

It’s the 23-year-old’s fourth Goulburn to Sydney Cycle Classic, which celebrates its 110th year this year — the oldest cycling race in NSW and one year older than the Tour de France.

“It’s great to finish in my home town and it’s very exciting to come to the finish and see friends in the crowd.

The race is a critical leg on Cycling Australia’s National Road Series, attracting the best cycling talent in the country.

Talbot sits in 24th position at the moment.

The race with 150 competitors will conclude in Argyle Street, Camden, at about 11.15am, and coincides with a festival staged by the Lions Club of Camden.

Macarthur Collegians Cycling Club is the host club.

The historic 170-kilometre classic starts on Sunday, September 16, at 7.30am, as the riders depart Goulburn. They follow the Hume Highway to Berrima and then pass through Mittagong, Bargo, Tahmoor, Picton and Razorback before finishing in Argyle Street, Camden, at about 11.15am where the Camden Lions Club’s Camden Fair will take place.

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