The Northern Combine is pleased to announce that in conjunction with the St Kilda Cycling Club it has joined forces with PhysioHealth to run the SKCC Kermesse on Saturday 4th of July. It will be known as the SKCC Kermesse presented by PhysioHealth.
PhysioHealth have been around since 1992 and have clinics in Williamstown, Essendon, Nunawading, Footscray, Mt Waverley and Kew. PhysioHealth is now available seven days a week. Just call to arrange a convenient appointment.
PhysioHealth offers a range of additional services including clinical pilates, remedial massage, myotherapy, dietitics and high performance management.
PhysioHealth consists of a dynamic team of experienced and professional physiotherapists and other health professionals who offer excellent services at extremely convenient times that suits the busy individual. It is our belief that our service and flexible operating hours are amongst the best available in Australia.
Their team of physiotherapists are qualified to treat all types of people with pain, movement and dysfunction problems, ranging from athletes, injured workers, motor vehicle accident victims, arthritis sufferers, senior citizens, pregnant women and children. Our physiotherapists are highly trained to assess and diagnose varying conditions, then plan and administer appropriate treatment and programs to restore our clients function to the highest possible level. Our physiotherapists also work in partnership with doctors and other health care professionals to ensure the best possible treatment and care.
Even one of their Founding partners Justin McEvoy can offer you a bike fit adjustment service where he can have a good look at your fit and adjust it for your unique body type or injuries. He can assist you to recover from existing injuries and minimise the potential for recurring or future injury. It’s bike fit adjustment from a physio point of view.
We are pleased to announce that PhysioHealth will be in attendance at the Kermesse with 2 staff in attendance to discuss injuries and give a quick pre or post-race massage. They will be located in the carpark next to registration.
It is our pleasure to also announce that in addition to the traditional prize money on offer PhysioHealth will be awarding all places in Womens A-C & Mens A-D on the podiums with a voucher to visit their team.
Racing commences from 8.30am at National Boulevard, Campbellfield, all races are time plus 3 laps. PhysioHealth, SKCC & the Northern Combine look forward to seeing you out there racing on July 4th.
Racing at National Boulevard presents an opportunity for U17 & U15 Juniors to race senior grades. Juniors wishing to take up this option, please enter the appropriate Senior Grade through *EntryBoss*. Please note: Juniors will pay normal junior race fees of $5 and pay on-the-day. (i.e. ignore both the senior pricing and pay-now option in EntryBoss).
Juniors racing Senior Grades will need to observe junior gearing & distance restrictions per the Tech Regs. All other juniors will be as normal with racing starting at 8:30 (no need to pre-reg through EntryBoss).
Circuit: National Boulevard
8.30am: Juniors & Women’s C (35mins)
9.15am: Women’s A (55mins), Women’s B (45mins)
10.30am: Men’s B (55mins), Men’s D (45mins)
11.45am: Men’s A (60mins), Men’s C (50mins)
Registration: From 08:00 National Boulevard Campbellfield (National Boulevard Cafe)
Race Start: As above (Grades staggered)
These are race fees only. All riders must enter in advance via the EntryBoss link below. Entries on-the-day are not generally accepted unless specifically noted. Please see this page for more details.
Regular entry - $25.00
Volunteers entry - $15.00
If you pay on the day (cash only):
Regular entry - $30.00
Volunteer entry - $20.00
Directions: From City, head along Hume Highway Campbellfield, turning left into National Boulevard (near Ford Factory). Continue straight through roundabout, cafe for registration on left. Please park off circuit.
Parking: Parking in surrounding streets. Please park off circuit and be mindful of private property owners and other local stakeholders.
Toilets: A shared mens/ womens toilet is available at the cafe.
Prize Money: TBA
Startlist: Provisional Startlist
Volunteers: Alain Hosking, Marco Rando, Lachlan Stevens, Robbie Storey, Chris Anderson and Daniel Frawley.