Welcome to the FFi Racing Website

Welcome to FFi Racing!
FFi Racing has, been created by Owen MacPhilliamy and Michael (Mick) Troy. With the plan being the creation of a Cycling Team based out of regional NSW, in and around Orange. The aim of growing to race and compete on the World Stage at some stage in the not too distant future
As time progresses, more content will be uploaded to this website, including race reports, calendar of events that the FFi Crew will be attending and pics of the guys in action.

 

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News

Wagga Wagga Classic

06/06/2011 08:18
 The weekend just gone saw Mick Troy head down to Wagga Wagga for the Classic weekend along with several other Orange Cycle Club riders. This consisted with a 120km handicap on the Saturday over a tough undulating course North East of Wagga Wagga followed by a Criterium on the Sunday in the CBD of Wagga Wagga. After a fast start in scratch bunch, which eliminated a couple of passengers straight away with a 2km climb starting at the 3km mark. After that, there was a fairly solid working bunch motoring along, regularly approaching the 60km/h mark. Mick Troy, working strongly was thriving...

Mason still feels need for speed...CWD

05/05/2011 12:16
  Mason still feels need for speed NICK MCGRATH 05 May, 2011 04:00 AM A STRONG contingent from the Orange Cycle Club is set to head to the 2011 Cootamundra Haycarters Handicap event - one of the largest staged in New South Wales - this weekend. Young guns Angus Tobin and Michael Troy, along with masters riders Matt Dean, Rodney Farrell, Dugald Parsons, Andrew Foxall, Michael Cain and Mason Manwaring will all contest the Cycling NSW event. For Manwaring, it will be his first trip to Cootamundra. He’ll contest the Saturday race - a 70km handicap event - in the masters three category,...

Canberra Tour 2011 UPDATED

05/05/2011 00:00
   After solid riding last year by Mick Troy with the help of Owen MacPhillamy and Tim Hughes, Mick walked away with 5th on GC, second on stage 2 and second in the King of the Mountain category due to a strong break on the second stage that he consolidated on Sunday's stage. This year was a different story with out the help of mates and up against a team of 6 in the shape of the Merida Waki Lexus team from Newcastle. Saturday morning saw the use of the same course as stage two of last year, two laps out past Piccadilly Circus. This year there was also sprint points thrown in at the...

UPDATED: News Update

11/04/2011 16:23
     After a spell of quiet activity, FFi Racing has been in the news again. With FFi Racing's Orange based rider making the papers in both Orange and Bathurst in the lead up to the local racing weekend, including the NSW State Hillclimb, Bathurst Criterium and Blayney to Bathurst road race. In weekend results, Mick scored an impressive third in the Elite State Hillclimb, with a time of 9.10, carving off over a minute from some of his previous years attempts.  In the criterium later that afternoon, making the step up to A Grade after several years with strong results to...
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Press Clippings

Oh, it will hurt... CWD

09/04/2011 00:00
  Oh, it will hurt MICHELLE COOK 09 Apr, 2011 04:00 AM MICHAEL Troy knows this weekend is going to hurt. The Orange cyclist will be competing in three events this weekend, including tomorrow’s Blayney to Bathurst Sportiff Challenge. He will be one of a large contingent coming to town for...

Phelan heads an impressive field... Western Advocate

08/04/2011 00:00
  Phelan heads an impressive field 08 Apr, 2011 04:00 AM DRAPAC rider Adam Phelan looks to be the man to beat in this Sunday’s Blayney to Bathurst cycling event. Regarded as the biggest event on the Cycling NSW calendar, the Blayney to Bathurst (B2B) Challenge looks set to break all records...

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