The Dubbo Cycling Club got to add another championship and another Australian cycling record courtesy of club veteran Darrell Wheeler on the weekend.
Wheeler was one of three local representatives at the NSW Masters Championships in Sydney who got the pedals moving at the velodrome in a display of cycling excellence.
It was the turn of Dubbo's Masters aged cyclists to take to the Dunc Gray velodrome in Sydney on the weekend to contest the NSW Masters Championships.
The trio of Darrell Wheeler, Graeme Peadon and Sam Fitzgerald contested a number of events in different aged categories, with all three taking home medals.
Dubbo cycling legend Darrell Wheeler came home with gold medals in the Time Trial and Individual Pursuit while Graeme Peadon picked up gold in the Points race, Individual Pursuit and a Silver in the Time Trial.
Wheeler was able to add yet another Australian record to his impressive collection by setting a new Masters ten record time of 39.7 seconds for the 500 metre Time Trial.
More attuned to the sprint events, Sam Fitzgerald came away with 2 Silver medals from 2 starts, in the Sprint and Time Trial.
Meanwhile Kurt Eather contested the UCI track event in Bundaberg where he was successful, taking second in the elimination race and second in the wheelrace.
Eather performed extremely well against a field that included international riders and riders from Australian Podium Potential Academy.
A full program of club racing was able to be completed on Tuesday night, despite being carried out under threatening skies.
A Feature of the night was the rescheduled Margaret Hazel Wheelraces, which had been postponed by rain earlier in the month.
The Junior wheelrace featured a large field with Cooper Farr, fresh off his bronze medal performance at the State Titles, taking first place, followed by Jessica Fuller in second and Jarryd Fuller in third.
Ella Mann took fourth place and Emily Williams finished in fifth.
The Women's wheelrace featured the rising stars of Dubbo cycling with Makayla Fuller too strong for fellow teens, Georgia Farr and Imogen Fuller.
The Men's wheelrace saw the handicappers getting it just about right with the field coming together on the final bend.
It was ultra-distance cyclist Craig Grainger who recorded his best finish of the wheelrace series to finish ahead of the pack in first place.
Youngsters Tom Williamson and Dash Aubusson Foley were in the mix, taking third and second place finishes respectively, along with fourth placed finisher Darrell Wheeler and fifth place Jason Sim.
With only a couple of weeks to go on the Dubbo Club racing calendar there is no better time to get out and enjoy the facilities at the River St Cycling complex and see some action packed racing featuring Australia's fastest riders.