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Online shop – login
To pay your Club Race Entry Fees, Coaching Fees and Bike Rental Fees, you will be directed to our RevolutioniseSport membership management platform. For some of these payments (excluding Membership Renewal) you will need to login with your Username and Password.
NOTE: If you don’t remember your username / password for the membership payment system and online store, click here for login tips.
Club Uniform Order
Our awesome new Cuore club kit is available to order through the Cuore Teamshop, until 11.59pm on 30 October 2022. After that, you can purchase via the Neo Club Shop while stocks last.
Both links are at the bottom.
We will open the Cuore Teamshop 2-3 times a year, for two week periods, to enable bulk orders. You will pay through the Cuore Teamshop and they will despatch the kit to your door, within 4-6 weeks of the shop closing.
In between those times, you will be able to order Neo kit from our online shop here. Shortly we will also be adding supporter caps, hoodies, polo shirts and more.
Cuore offer Junior, Men’s and Women’s sizing (XXS – 4XL). Cuore also allow you to individually customise the arm length and body length of your jerseys, and leg length for knicks, at a cost of $15 per alteration.
Size guides are also available in the Cuore Teamshop.
Junior sizing is based on overall height, ranging from 116cm – 164cm.
Some Juniors may find that they get a better fit in Adult sizing (at adult pricing). Check out the Adult sizes guides.
Junior 2-in-1 skinsuit sizing
Juniors, unless you’ve tried on a 2-in-1 skinsuit and are happy with its fit, we do not recommend you order one. Instead, stick with a traditional bib-knicks / jersey combo.
Many of the juniors who have tried one found the leg fitting too loose, in junior sizing. We are working with Cuore on resizing the junior 2-in-1s.
Adult sizing should be fine.
Gilet (Vest) / Arm, Knee, Leg Warmer sizing
Gilet and arm warmers, order the same size as your jersey.
Knee and leg warmers, order the same size as your knicks.
Don’t worry. Keep the tags on it and bring it in its original bag to training / racing and we’ll do our best to arrange a swap.
- Adult Short Sleeve Jersey – $115
- Adult Long Sleeve Winter Jersey – $130
- Adult Knicks – $130
- Adult 2in1 – $265
- Adult Gilet – $105
- Junior Short Sleeve Jersey – $95
- Junior Long Sleeve Winter Jersey – $89
- Junior Knicks – $95
- Junior Gilet – $85
- Junior 2in1 – $210
- Cap – $20
- Short finger gloves – $45
- Long finger Winter gloves – $65
- Knee warmers – $36.95
- Leg warmers – $45.95
- Arm warmers – $33.95
- Socks – $27
A link to the Cuore Teamshop will be visible within the Neo shop for just a few weeks of the year.
At other times of the year, you should check availability at the canteen before making payment through our system.
First timers click “Register” in the registration management system.
Regulars click “Renew” in the registration management system.
If you want to upgrade to a Season Rider, you’ll need to click through to our registration management system, “Log In” (top right corner), then click on “Upgrade”.
If you don’t remember your username(s) for the membership payment system and online store. Click here for login tips.
Pricing varies depending on registration type.
You need to log in to see pricing.
Please pay your coaching fees through our online shop. To train with us you need to be a current Season Ride member or Season Ride + Prepaid Entries member.
Our coaching fees are payable at the start of each school term (for both juniors and adults).
If you want to pay-as-you-go it is $10 a night per rider, payable via our online shop.
Prepay – 1 night / 2 nights a week
Prepay for the term is $70 for one night per week and $120 for two nights per week, per rider.
Bike rentals can be made in our online-shop. You should read the information below before making a payment.
Try before you buy
As a club, we’re very focused on removing the barriers to cycling, including the costs of purchasing bikes, especially for families new to the sport.
The club is fortunate to own a large collection of track and road bikes, which are available to rent for the season.
Before you buy a new bike, please enquire with Gay Watson (Head Coach), Ian Watson (Mechanic) or Blair Chandler (Equipment Manager) about what rental options we may have available.
Given how specialised track bikes are, many families will rent a track bike for a season or two, before purchasing their own.
If you’re not sure if track racing is for you, there is no charge to borrow a track bike for a couple of rounds.
There is no charge if you want to try a few bikes for sizing purposes over a few rounds.
The hire (booking) fee is $110 per bike, per season.
- Summer Season: Ends 31 March. – (Traditional Track Season)
- Winter Season: Ends 30 September. – (Traditional Road Season/RAW Track Season)
A $300 fully refundable bond is required to hire a bike.
All bikes are provided with new bar tape and a saddle with no tears. Please confirm that this is the case before accepting the bike.
Bikes should be returned at the end of the season:
- in working condition.
- with new bar tape still in packaging. Our mechanic will take care of fitting it for you at no charge.
- with no tears in the saddle.
- free of any visible webbing or significant slashes in the tyres.
Expenses required to restore the bike in working condition or to replace bar tape/saddle/tyres will be deducted from the bond. Check the bargain bins at your local bike shop for bar tape throughout the season.
How to book?
Check with Blair, Gay or Ian before proceeding to make a booking. They will confirm that a bike is available, check the bike fit, and may make minor modifications where necessary.
First time renters
The booking system is priced to include the bond and payment ($400). Once you’ve been allocated a bike, note down the bike code*, and then go ahead and make payment in the online-store.
If you are renting for your second season, you will need to arrange with our Bike Rental Manager, Blair Chandler, to adjust the price to $100 so that you are not doubling up on the bond. Let him know the bike code* from last season and the bike code from the new season if different.
*The bike code is a label on the top tube. It will look something like this: F20-1B, R650-2K, T700-7WRR. Please discourage your kids from picking at the label. If it is peeling off, please talk to Blair.
A number of Australian made or branded frames have been made available to club members by our resident historian Marc Rerceretnam.