Launched in August 2015, the Cycling NSW Heritage Commission is authorised by the Board to source and maintain historical data, records, results and materials which form an important part of the history and story of Cycling NSW.
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R.G. Honeyman Bathurst CC Champion Badge (1914-1915) which he won just before leaving for War
1914 Bathurst-Sunny Corner Return Handicap Starting-line. The photo show hows the competitors lining up on the start line in Bathurst, some of the young spectators already dressed in army uniform - the faces in the photo oblivious to the horrors around the corner with a number of these riders to lose their lives in World War 1.
Cross placed in the centre of Bathurst in 2015 for R.G.Honeyman who was one of the 436 Fallen Bathurst Soldiers from World War 1 that was honoured with a Poppy and a White Cross in the centre of Bathurst for the 100 year centenary of ANZAC Day
Dave McKellar (Mark Windsor) with the Remembrance Day Trophy - historical pictures in background
1914 Bathurst-Sunny Corner Return Handicap Starting-line. The photo shows how's the competitors lining up on the start line in Bathurst, some of the young spectators already dressed in army uniform. - the faces in the photo oblivious to the horrors around the corner with a number of these riders to lose their lives in Word War 1.
Cycling Enthusiast & League Stalwart David Roggiero
World Champion Arthur Zimmerman
Colin Wilkinson (1950's St George CC) & 1958 Commonwealth Games Rep
St George International Jack Standen who was part of St George’s winning 1930 NSW League of Wheelman Premiership Team.
(other members Norm Gillroy, Joe Rogers, A Kennedy & Speed Morgan were all state Scratch-Markers)
St George CC in 2018 winners of the Griffith Shield
(Benjamin Harvey, Ben Dutton, Jordan Louis & Ben Dyball
120years earlier - H Gilles winning his Heat for Balmain in the 1899 Griffith Shield
Zimmerman Parsons Trove
NSW Cyclist Union Trophy
Bill Neill, Cootamundra Annual Classic fastest time 1957 and 1958.