The Southern Highlands is one of only a few clubs in NSW which operates across Road, Mountain & Track disciplines all year round within picturesque locations which will make you wish you’d brought your camera.

Within a stones throw of our major towns you can find challenges such as:

  • Macquarie Pass
  • Kangaroo Valley
  • Wingello State Forest
  • Penrose State Forest

We welcome riders of all ages / abilities & regularly conduct both weekday & weekend social rides if you are just popping into the area to check it out.

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Southern Highlands Cycling Club

Southern Highlands Cycling Club - based in the beautiful Southern Highlands area of NSW (Bowral, Mittagong, Moss Vale and surrounding villages). We are a fabulous club made up of Track, Road and Mountain Biking. Please visit our website www.southernhighlandscc.com.au for additional information. Please use this as another great way to communicate within our club and further. Keep posts appropriate and related to up coming events, results and anything related to cycling. Safe Riding !!
Lee Webb
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Matt Amanda Nash
Matt Amanda Nash
Reminder: Goulburn Interclub entries close this Saturday at 5pm. Get racing! In addition, Tim Egan can't help out with his duty at the club race on the 21st May at Bundanoon due to other commitments. Can anyone do a swap with him?
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Lee Webb
Lee Webb shared Safe Cycling Australia's post to the group: Southern Highlands Cycling Club.
Good on Lizanne for speaking up. Thank goodness the Highlands is more chill.
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Karen Steve Evans
Karen Steve Evans
The girls conquered the convict 100 Verity and maizy 44km 1st,2nd juniors and ver 2nd overall and i was stoked with an overall win in the 68km great weekend
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John Lascelles
John Lascelles
We had a small but promising start to our new era of criterium racing at Douglas Rd this morning. Four grades were merged into two divisions. It was tough going in the second half of each lap as riders battled into a strong NW wind up a sloping gradient. Despite this, everyone agreed it was a great course with much potential for future events. Congrats to Toby Orchard who took out Division 1, and to Peter Deitz who came first in Division 2.
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