Redesigned to match the clubs new logo, we are pleased to announce the latest ride kit.
Now with a matching windvest and accessories
Like the jersey, the windvest is available in both unisex and women's cuts, but we've also included knicks, arms and leg warmers, a full range of head gear, gloves and even under-shirts.
Check out our own comparison of other club jerseys against Champion-System samples Club Jersey Sizing page.
New Club Jersey Sizing
As with all manufacturers, the sizing can be different to what we are used to. To help give you a comparision we're put together a selection of some past favourites and some Champion-Systems samples. While we don't have an exhaustive selection of sizes, we hope that this limited sample will at least give you something to compare with.
In Checkpoint Issue 60
Here's what's in store for you when the delivery arrives:
As usual for the winter issue, there is a huge section on the Oppy. See also the ride reports from
Tour de Tasmania 1200
Perth-Albany-Perth [what already?]
Killing Mee (Softly)
Animals on bikes
La Grande Boucle du Vic
Alpine Week at Bright
Also don't miss Ian's discussion on chain maintenance, news about SPOT trackers, our new logo, and another huge results section.
There is also a moving tribute to much-respected Club man, Martin Pearson.
Welcome to the Audax Australia Cycling Club
Audax Australia events challenge you to set and achieve rides within a time limit for distances from 50 km to 1200 km. As Australia's premier long distance cycling club we offer hundreds of events in all sorts of environments each year. Our online calendar is easily searchable and you are encouraged to contact the ride organiser to find out the details and to enter. If you would like to join Audax Australia you will find all the details you need on our membership pages; you only need to click the button on the right hand side of this front page.
Does the website look different today?
The soft launch of the new template has taken another step forward with the addition of an image behind the logo at the top. It wasn't me - but I wonder how much the VP paid for what is clearly not a bitumen surface!
27 May 2014