Camperdown to Warrnambool - Change of Start Time
Please note that the starting time for the VVCC Camperdown to Warrnambool Open has been changed to 11.30am, from the former 10am. Start location and other details remain the same.
Changes to VVCC Racing Rules
At the recent AVCC AGM, some additions were made to the AVCC racing rules, with the inclusion in Rule 6 (f) of clauses governing the use of disc brakes, mobile phones, and cameras attached to helmets.
Please familiarise yourself with these new rules under Rule 6 (f), covering equipment and clothing, on the Rules Page.
Club Referees Please Note
A recent audit of club Race Day Checklists has highlighted the fact that many clubs are not using the latest version of the Race Day Checklist form. Please check that you have and are using the latest version of the form, and are sending them to the State Secretary Dave Phillips at the end of each month.
Heat Stroke and Insurance
Members are advised that your insurance does not cover Heat Stroke or similar conditions when racing or training in hot weather.
Important Changes to Membership for 2014
This year there have been some important changes to VVCC membership. The Fixtures Booklet sent out in previous years will no longer be posted out with your licence, and your licence will be emailed to you with your receipt when you pay your online membership.
Please print out the receipt when you receive it, and keep it in a safe place. It is also a good idea to keep the email so that if you need to reprint the licence for any reason you still have it.
The VVCC Racing Rules and 2014 Events Calendar formerly found in the Fixtures Booklet can still be found on this site and some club sites.
Contacting the State Handicapper at Opens
Under no circumstances are riders to contact the State Handicapper at Opens to discuss their marks. Please go through your Club Handicapper if you have any issues with your mark at an Open.
Tail Lights Required
Riders are reminded that tail lights must be fitted to bikes at all VVCC and club events. They are to be attached securely to the bike, set to not flash (some riders are epileptic) and to be visible from at least 100 metres.