Every year cyclists gather at the Tom Flood Sports Centre for the Lindsay Harrington Memorial 2000m Wheelrace.
Harrington's son Terry said it was great to see so many cyclists that were keen to compete in the race.
"He (Lindsay) used to love seeing people come up to race," Terry said.
"It's been really great to see local racing still going strong."
Lindsay Harrington's involvement with cycling started in 1982 after Terry and brother Jamie took up the sport.
He eventually went on to coach his sons, with cycling becoming the family sport.
After years of work across a range of roles, Lindsay Harrington was made a life member of the Bendigo and District Cycling Club in 1990.
He also played football for YCW during the early 1960s, in addition to taking out several Bendigo Clay Target Club championships.
On Sunday night Mount Gambier cyclist Luke Wight won his third Harrington Memorial Wheelrace, one of the few athletes to have won the event multiple times.
"It's a really great effort for the riders to come to Bendigo for a couple of days of racing," Terry said.
Looking ahead to the future, Terry said the family would continue to support the race.
"The club does an amazing effort every year, and we hope to see it going for many years to come," he said.
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