Neo Cycling Club

COVID-19 Update

One of Australia’s leading cycling clubs focused on getting the young (and not so young) on bikes.

For fun. For racing. For life.

Why Neo?

After 5 successful years as Junior Cyclist its time to set a new course for the club, with a refreshed brand.

From juniors to adults… join now

We’re a club for all, with an inclusive culture, breaking down the barriers to the sport of cycling.

2021 Junior Tours

It is Winter Road – Junior Tour season. Come and join us racing across regional NSW, with events for Participation, U9, U11, U13, U15 and U17.

New club kit… order now

Our Cuore Teamshop is now open. Check it out and get ordering.

Neo Cycling Club

A new approach to cycling. Focused on juniors but open to all. Family friendly and inclusive.

Come roll with us and experience the Neo difference!

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3 weeks ago

Neo Cycling Club
It feels like it was 1972 since we drove under the Mecano Set. Hopefully we see it again in 2022. -We miss you Lansdowne Reserve.

Stay safe everyone ๐Ÿšด๐Ÿšด๐Ÿšด

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It feels like it was 1972 since we drove under the Mecano Set. Hopefully we see it again in 2022. -We miss you Lansdowne Reserve.

Stay safe everyone ๐Ÿšด๐Ÿšด๐Ÿšด

#neoforlife at City of Canterbury Bankstown
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Hardly changed

2 months ago

Neo Cycling Club
Great to see The Hills Police Area Command being proactive.

Great to see The Hills Police Area Command being proactive.1m for under 60kph and 1.5m for over 60kph - Unlucky for the driver on Kings Road, yesterday who came within 30cms of a cyclist who has a rear facing camera overtaking him on a round about yesterday morning, he will be getting a visit. Remember, what ever you think about cyclists, its not about Registration of Bikes as we all pay tax, and the cyclist is probably paying two rego's for the cars in his garage at home... they could be your dad, your brother or your best friend (and of course the female riders). You're in a car that weighs a tonne, Anyone who brings footage of overtaking a cyclist within 1.5m of cyclists will be investigated. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is a great initiative. Education is a key way to change attitudes and behaviour. I'd love for Burwood Police Area Command to do something similar in my local area.

It is, and given the incident I reported to Inner West Police Area Command in ... March ... is still awaiting them actually talking to the driver, it's not just Burwood that needs to lift their game.

3 months ago

Neo Cycling Club
No organised training or racing till Gladys gives us the thumbs up in a couple of weeks.

In the meantime, well leave it up to you to find a socially distant place to train.

No organised training or racing till Gladys gives us the thumbs up in a couple of weeks.

In the meantime, we'll leave it up to you to find a socially distant place to train.
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3 months ago

Marc Sebastian Rerceretnam
SYDNEY CYCLING GREAT AND LEGENDARY BIKE BUILDER JIM BUNDY PASSES AWAY 
29 Jan 1926 - 29 June 2021    RIP๐Ÿ…

I had the privilege of interviewing Mr Bundy and his 2 illustrious sons Colin and Peter in Oct 2018. I very much enjoyed the experience, and think Jim did too.
Jim was born on the 29th of January 1926 to Fred and Myrtle Bundy of Cremorne. He was the sixth of ten children.
Jims first job at 13 years was as an apprentice baker, in Crows Nest. He did not last a day. He was introduced to bike building by Bill Ireland, the leading hand at bike shop Lynch and Gray. Bill was the fiance of a family friend who lived with the Bundy family. This was around 1939 or 1940.
Jims first boss was Ken Gray, who Jim describes as a good boss. He worked at Lynch and Gray for 4 years. He left because he felt his boss intervened in his wish to get enlisted into the military. When he realised he was turned down, he was deeply disappointed and believed Gray had a hand in the decision.
From around 1944, Jim worked with bike builders Smith son & Rees and stayed 12 years, going independent in 1956. Best thing I could have done actually, Jim now says.
He married local racer Mary OBrien in 1946. She passed away in 2010.
In the following decades Jim works for various entities, under contract. Speedwell, Postmaster General etc. He also freelanced with local bike shops like Tollis, Alcon, Lennie Rogers and Universal (for only 1 day), just to name a few. Jim opened his own shop in 1983. He taught his son Peter how to build bikes in 2008.Image attachment

SYDNEY CYCLING GREAT AND LEGENDARY BIKE BUILDER JIM BUNDY PASSES AWAY
29 Jan 1926 - 29 June 2021 RIP๐Ÿ…

I had the privilege of interviewing Mr Bundy and his 2 illustrious sons Colin and Peter in Oct 2018. I very much enjoyed the experience, and think Jim did too.
Jim was born on the 29th of January 1926 to Fred and Myrtle Bundy of Cremorne. He was the sixth of ten children.
Jim's first job at 13 years was as an apprentice baker, in Crows Nest. He did not last a day. He was introduced to bike building by Bill Ireland, the leading hand at bike shop Lynch and Gray. Bill was the fiance of a family friend who lived with the Bundy family. This was around 1939 or 1940.
Jim's first boss was Ken Gray, who Jim describes as a good boss. He worked at Lynch and Gray for 4 years. He left because he felt his boss intervened in his wish to get enlisted into the military. When he realised he was turned down, he was deeply disappointed and believed Gray had a hand in the decision.
From around 1944, Jim worked with bike builders Smith son & Rees and stayed 12 years, going independent in 1956. "Best thing I could have done actually", Jim now says.
He married local racer Mary O'Brien in 1946. She passed away in 2010.
In the following decades Jim works for various entities, under contract. Speedwell, Postmaster General etc. He also freelanced with local bike shops like Tollis, Alcon, Lennie Rogers and Universal (for only 1 day), just to name a few. Jim opened his own shop in 1983. He taught his son Peter how to build bikes in 2008.
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Very sad to hear. I remember Jim coming down to Lidcombe Oval to watch the racing with Col. Good people.

3 months ago

Neo Cycling Club

As you may be aware, the latest announcement from the state government is that the eastern suburbs and the CBD is in lock-down.

With a few key volunteers having visited the CBD or eastern suburbs for work, we think it prudent to cancel;

Group Ride, slated for 26 June 2021.
Round 9, slated for 27 June 2021.
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3 months ago

Neo Cycling Club

100 Laps - Under Lights

Lidcombe Oval - 6pm Wednesday

Two groups - No Track Bikes
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3 months ago

Simon Bloomfield

Hi all, for a variety of reasons, Edie's club racing career is on an indefinite hiatus. But I realised that I have some brand new NEO kit that has never been worn - still with the tags intact in fact. I have no idea what size they are from the tags (Youth/Small?), and I can't really remember what they cost new, but I'm open to offers. I'd rather they go to a good home where they'll get well used. Drop me a direct message if you're interested. ... See MoreSee Less

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