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This is our favourite event to run every year!

We run it for many reasons:

We run it for our good friend Craig Baker and his family and the memory of their

sister and daughter.

We run it to keep our promise to Henk Vogels Snr and Southern Districts CC to keep the event going.

But most of all we run it to promote women's participation in the sport of cycling and to give top billing to the women at one major race on the calendar.

Again 2020 Chaotic Energy will be the presenting sponsor for Renae's Race. RCCC would like to thank Teneal Attard and the team from Chaotic Energy for again stepping up and not only financially supporting this event, but along with Davina Summers, running and supporting our Women's "Come and Try" program.

We are seeing such strong growth in Women's racing and we appreciate the contribution of the team at Chaotic Energy. 

 

 

 

 

This years event is even more special as it will be the first year we have run it since

the passing away of Henk Vogels Snr. As a celebration of Henk's life and his contribution to the sport of women's cycling, we are adding The Henk Vogels Memorial Criterium to the Renae's Race program.

Renae's Race 2020 Pb Chaotic Energy

Where: Driver Risk Management Centre Grogan Rd Perth Airport
When: Sunday 15th of March
Cost: Open $25 / U15 $15 plus $5 transponder hire (BYO transponder option)

Registration opening soon at https://entryboss.cc/calendar/rccc

 

Online entry only, no day entries!

This year the total Women's Prize Pool (A/B/C) has increased to $1500 thanks to Chaotic Energy and supporting sponsor Telstra Store Wanneroo

Henk Vogels Memorial Criterium

We are pleased to announce WA SportsMed Physiotherapy and Pirone Construction as the co-major

sponsors of the Henk Vogels Snr Memorial Criterium with Telstra Store Wanneroo sponsoring Men's B grade.

$1500 total prize pool across two grades:

 

$1000 in prize money for the Henk Vogels Snr Memorial Criterium and

$500 prize money for Men's B Grade.