Support Races A, B, C, D & E Grades (including Women’s B & C Grades)
...culminating in two Elite races – Men and Women
Race ambassador and Orica GreenEDGE rider Simon Gerrans will fight it out with best riders from Victoria, Australia and the rest of the world.
Welcome back to one of the toughest, richest and most iconic bike races in Australia. This will be a race to remember, setting a new benchmark for spectacular action and criterium competition.
The 75 Minute Elite Men’s Team criterium race with a total cash prize pool of $15,000 will test some of the world’s best Professionals, as will the 60 minute Elite Women’s Criterium with a total cash prize pool of $8,250.
The Men’s & Women’s Elite Races prize pool consists of place getters, a sprint points competition, fastest lap rider and sprint primes. In addition to the cash prize for each sprint and finish places, the first three riders in each sprint prime will receive points, which will accumulate during the race..
The rider with the highest points will receive prize money. Some of the best international and Australian professional teams and riders are signed up, as this race will be the perfect hit out in the lead up to the Jayco Herald Sun Tour, Nationals and Santos Tour Down Under. This landmark event will sell out quickly, so you will need to form a team and enter faster than Mark Renshaw in a sprint.
A full day of action is planned starting with support races from 7:30am and extending right through to the feature Elite Women’s and Elite Men’s events.
The event will be supported by the Soul Kitchen Cafe. Filmed by the Bike Lane crew and commentary by the voice of cycling Matt Keenan and Scott McGrory as well as Peter ‘Monty’ Montgomery.
The elite women’s prize pool was already believed to be the highest ever offered for a single race in women’s cycling in Australia, and this further injection into the women’s race not only enhances that claim, but also eliminates any inequality in prize money which both the sponsors and the club recognise as being a long term problem in the sport of cycling.
The total prize pool for the elite women will now be $10,500. As an overall prize pool this is less than the elite men, however the men’s race is of longer duration and hence has more intermediate sprints on offer.
Support race entry is on-line with details available from Monday, 2nd December.Click here
SKCC is delighted to announce that Anchor Point Village will now be joint sponsor with LIV/Giant of the elite women’s race at the Logie-Smith Lanyon Super Criterium, and in doing so ensure that prize money for the women’s race will be equal to that of the elite men in each category...Read More
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Cyclingtips write up for this year is HERE.
Cyclingtips race report and images last year HERE.
Great video from Cale Rodriguez last year HERE.
Great video from SKCC last year HERE.
Australian cycling icon and 2003 Tour De France Green Jersey Winner, Baden Cooke has announced that the Logie-Smith Lanyon Super Crit will be his final professional race, announcing his retirement from professional cycling at the end of 2013.Read More
Event information can be also be found on our flyer. Download the flyer in pdf format.Download
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PRIZE MONEY (Conditions apply)*
For further information please contact Adrian Vlok. Mobile 0417 928 779 or email email@example.com
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* A grade Men, Elite Men & Elite Women prize money is guaranteed.
* SKCC racing Start/Finish is in White Street, South Melbourne (Melways 2E F11). All riders must bring their current licence. We adopt a strict policy of No Licence No Ride. Please visit LSLSuperCrit.com.au for more details. SKCC reserves the right to cancel, change the format, shorten an event, or alter prize money.