Sydney Uni Velo Club was formed in 2010 as a road cycling club dedicated to the ongoing development of its riders, whether those riders ride for fitness or competitive reasons.
We are a club within the Sydney University Sports and Fitness (SUSF) organisation and SUVelo members receive the benefits of belonging to SUSF. We are affiliated with Cycling NSW and the national cycling body.
While we are closely associated with Sydney University, and many of our members are or have been students at the Uni, we have no prerequisites to membership. We have graded training rides most days which are open to all members, and regular social events to which all are welcome to attend. (See Ride Schedule here).
We already have a strong racing presence at many venues, and are associated with several national teams. In 2017 the Club partnered with the NSW Institute of Sport to create a new women’s team in the National Road Series. Known as NSWIS – Sydney Uni, the team immediately experienced success in 2017 at the women’s Tour Down Under, and has continued to develop as a strong team through its first two seasons.
Of course no-one is required to race, but you will find many of our members are actively involved in racing, and there is strong competitive spirit across our bunches.
We have a progressive committee who work very hard to create a compelling and modern performance cycling environment including using the most modern communication channels.
To focus on rider development, fostering a healthy performance culture that inspires members to strive and achieve their cycling goals whether that is for fitness, skills improvement or racing achievements, in a friendly and inclusive environment.
To be a premier club in the Sydney cycling community, respected for its approach to cyclist development and discipline towards on-road safety, while being widely recognised for its continual racing success.
SUVelo is committed to delivering on our mission and vision as we work on our key strategic initiatives of:
- Member development;
- Member communication & management;
- SUVelo racing; and
- Women’s participation in cycling.