West Coast Masters Cycling Council

Can anyone come and race?

YES! Well, almost. You have to be over 30, but other than that all abilities are welcome. You don’t have to be a hard and fast racer to come.

What facilities are provided?

There may not be a pool, but the club does supply refreshing softdrinks and cold bottled water at cost recovery pricing, and has a policy of hiring a portaloo where public toilet facilities are not available. Most circuits also have tap water nearby, notable exceptions being Dog Hill and Neerabup. …

Which grade will I be in?

The handicapper will attempt to place you in a grade where you can be competitive. You will be regraded, based on your results and your ability for the racing discipline (hills, flat, criterium).

What is the insurance cover?

Insurance has been arranged through the AVCC, click  here  for AVCC's information on the claims process and  AVCC cover  for more information on the cover itself.  You might also like to read  this  guide from the  VVCC  site.

How much does it cost?

The annual membership fee for 2020 is $190 which includes racing and training insurance. Memberships are valid until 31 December no matter when you join throughout the year. It then costs $20 to race plus $5 transponder hire if you don’t have one. BARGAIN! There are minor cash prizes(!) …

How do I join?

see also Club Membership and Renewals Note that insurance covers only financial members, and that memberships are subject to minimum age limitations and the discretion of the club. Applications and renewals are done online through the  AVCC Member Portal . (Select the "New Registration" …