MADISON action keeps rolling on at tomorrow night’s finale to the Bendigo and District Cycling Club’s track season.
The Tony McCaig Memorial A-grade madison will be raced over 135 laps by 10 teams at the Tom Flood Sports Centre in Barnard Street.
Four days after racing in the Bendigo International Madison – Brendan Schultz, Todd Schintler and Mark Jamieson – will be chasing more glory.
Their task will not be easy against the likes of Luke Knox, Robert Oakenfull, Mark Flood and David Pell.
Some “old hands” such as Luke Drummond and Dean McNamara will pit their skills against younger rivals.
Trophies for the madison were donated by the Baxter family.
The night’s racing includes the Precision Formworks B-grade madison (50 laps).
Racing will begin at 7pm when the Alf Norris Memorial Wheelraces are contested by the juniors. It’s free entry for spectators.
Teams for the Tony McCaig Memorial A-grade madison, 135 laps:
1 Brendan Schultz and Nic Simpson, sponsored by Feelgood Fitness.
2 David Pell and Adam Jackson, sponsored by Harding Cycles.
3 Mark Jamieson and Peter Sens, sponsored by Profound Concreting.
4 Todd Schintler and Dean McNamara, sponsored by Cycle Concepts.
5 Mark Flood and Jarrod Butler, sponsored by Bendigo Cycles.
6 Luke Knox and Liam Harland, sponsored by Moroni's Bikes.
7 Peter Ladd and John Dam, sponsored by Bridge Hotel.
8 Kel Chaffey-Jones and Syd Anstee, sponsored by Pyramid Hill Lions Club.
9 Robert Oakenfull and Sam O'Dea, sponsored by Quin's Fruit Shop.
10 Josh Gundry and Luke Drummond, sponsored by Luke Drummond.