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Jan 2 - 6, Geelong, Victoria Australia

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Jayco Bay Series, won so convincingly in 2008 by New South Wales junior, Megan Dunn, returns on Friday 2nd January. As ever, the 'fastest crit series in the World' promises highly competitive racing on the proven courses around Melbourne and Geelong.

 

Highlighted Riders

Organiser John Treverrow highlights the following riders in the women's field:

Megan Dunn - Junior World Champion and defending series champion.

Belinda Goss - Multiple National Points Score Champion and fast road finisher.

Rochelle Gilmore - Former series winner and world class all-rounder.

Kirsty Broun - Current and two-time Australian National Criterium Champion.

Gina Grain (CAN) - Former Canadian Road Race Champion

 

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Women's Races

2 Jan - Williamstown 1:30 pm

3 Jan - Geelong, Eastern Park 2:30pm

4 Jan - Geelong, Eastern Park  Amy's Ride 8:30am

4 Jan - Geelong, Eastern Park 2:30pm

5 Jan - Portarlington, seafront 2:30pm

6 Jan - Geelong, Ritchie Boulevard 5:30pm

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