Competitive cycling is back in the Southern Highlands.
With the COVID-19 pandemic knocking cycling back a gear, the riders are looking forward to racing again.
President of the Southern Highlands Cycling Club, Zac Hulm said it's great to finally be getting back to racing.
"The club as a whole are really excited to be back racing," Mr Hulm said.
"It's great to announce that racing can officially start as of July 1, 2020."
Hopefully riders have been training and keeping fit over the COVID crisis, because formats have changed.
"We will be switching to Winter format racing," Mr Hulm said.
"I'm hoping all the cyclists have been out doing their Ks, because they're going to need their legs to kick off this winter series (laughs).
"The winter format will be longer then the Summer. In the Summer we only race 25km, but in the Winter we race 45km. Hopefully they've all been out training."
The first race will be held on Saturday, July 4 at Bundanoon.
Sign on from 1:15 pm and race time set to start at 2:00 pm.
For all the details and to keep up to date, please head to the Southern Highlands Cycling Club Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/groups/southern.highlands.cycling.club.
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