When compared to the established 'super-clubs' of Balmoral Cycling Club and Hamilton Pine-Rivers Wheelers, the Kangaroo Point Cycling Club is a mere boutique sized club with a total membership of 175.
However being Queensland's oldest Cycling Club with a proud history of serving the sport and the community, the Club is proud to 'punch above its weight' when it comes to the annual Cycling Queensland Cyclist of the Year awards.
Kangaroo Point Cycling Club is both humbled and honored to receive recognition for its contribution to the sport and congratulates its members for the following 2013 awards:
upperlimb.com Cunningham Classic
The upperlimb.com Cunningham Classic has earned it's second title as the Cycling Queensland Event of the Year.
This is the second time that Kangaroo Point Cycling Club has won the award in its 3 years and this year the Club is sharing the award with the FKG Tour of Toowoomba.
For the Club to deliver an event that is rated alongside Queensland's largest commercially delivered cycling race is something that the Club can be extremely proud of.
Congratulations to the organizing committee and club members who volunteer their time to deliver this event.
Mr Peter Rasell
Peter was awarded Cycling Queensland Life Membership for his continued and long term contribution to the sport as both a competitor, official and volunteer.
Mr Ian Galwey
Ian was awarded Cycling Queensland Commissaire of the Year in recognition of his contribution to the sport and the development of Commissaire experience in the State.
Ian is respected by his peers and also well liked by cyclists for his professional, understanding and fair officiating.
Mr Chass Matters
Chass was a finalist in the Grand Master Cyclist of the Year category.
Ben was a finalist in the Paracyclist of the Year category.
Jacinta was a finalist in the Masters Cyclist of the Year category.