JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT 2017
CORC’s Junior Development Program for 2017 is well underway and is following on from the amazingly successful 2016. Many of the juniors experienced new highs in mountain biking and travelled to many interstate events. CORC juniors also competed at the national XCO round at Stromlo and most (if not all) are mastering skills their parents may never get.
CORC offers competitive and social activities for cyclists
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Canberra Off Road Cyclists (CORC) is a family-friendly club that offers a variety of race series, development programs, skills courses and social activities for riders of all ages and abilities. Being part of the club is a great way to meet fellow riders, experience racing in a fun environment, improve your riding skills and explore local
Are you concerned about finding interesting places to ride? CORC is your regional lobby group ensuring access to trails and developing facilities such as Mt Stromlo, Mt Majura, Tuggeranong Pines, Sparrow Hill and East Kowen. Support the club that supports you.
Your membership also includes insurance to cover you when you are involved in club activities such as races and social rides. In addition, most specialist bike shops in the
ACT will give a 5% to 10% discount on clothing and bicycle parts to CORC members.
Congratulations to Charlie Brodie who broke the Dirt Crits Mt Taylor Climbing record last night and became King of the Mountain. The new record is 13:42. Well done Charlie! Congratulations also to Queen of the Mountain Zoe Cuthbert who was fastest female with the time 17:04. Well done Zoe! A special mention also goes to…Continue Reading »
CORC Junior racers impressed with fantastic racing and sportsmanship during round 1 and 2 of the XCO National Series in Orange. The start of the cross-country season took in two different tracks in Kinross State Forest on trails many described as old school mountain bike tracks. In order to do well racers had to keep…Continue Reading »