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Sunday, 4 August 2013

AustCycle Provider coaches girls to first place podium finish

AustCycle Provider Sydney Bike Skills has coached Pymble Ladies College to a first place podium finish at the recent JetBlack NSW All School XC MTB Championships! This is the third consecutive year that AustCycle Teacher Lisa McHarg has coached the girls, last year helping them secure a win in the girls division at the State Cross Country Championships, and this year ensuring they were crowned the champion school - with three of the four teams placing first their age division. Lisa’s business Sydney Bike Skills was also recently a finalist in the 2013 Northern Beaches Local Business Awards, recognising all of the hard work that has been done over the past 24 months teaching countless adults and children to ride. The JetBlack NSW All School XC MTB Championships is a four-hour teams event, where the team with the most amount of laps wins their category. Participation points are also allocated and this combined with category results determines the NSW All Schools Champion for the year. The event is designed to encourage MTB participation in all NSW schools.

AustCycle Provider Sydney Bike Skills has coached Pymble Ladies College to a first place podium finish at the recent JetBlack NSW All School XC MTB Championships!

This is the third consecutive year that AustCycle Teacher Lisa McHarg has coached the girls, last year helping them secure a win in the girls division at the State Cross Country Championships, and this year ensuring they were crowned the champion school - with three of the four teams placing first their age division.

Lisa’s business Sydney Bike Skills was also recently a finalist in the 2013 Northern Beaches Local Business Awards, recognising all of the hard work that has been done over the past 24 months teaching countless adults and children to ride.

The JetBlack NSW All School XC MTB Championships is a four-hour teams event, where the team with the most amount of laps wins their category. Participation points are also allocated and this combined with category results determines the NSW All Schools Champion for the year. The event is designed to encourage MTB participation in all NSW schools.

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