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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Wednesday Night Dash

14/01/2011 08:45
 Wednesday night saw another good turn out for the OCC Airport Dash. With bunches leaving on time, as the scratchies turned up, they were left on their own to sort out their handicap. Up the road in the block bunch was new comer Timmy Guy who in recent weeks has possibly clocked 150km weeks but also set the early bench mark for the FFi Racing Pinnacle Climb with a time of 6.25. With him was strong man Andrew Foxall. Further up the road was Mick Cain who left early in the hope of getting back early so as to get to the pub. Heading out of the dipper, the scratch bunch caught and passed...


11/01/2011 08:20
  With many having time off at the moment, we are finding more time to get out on the bike. With the extra kilometers many of being racked up fueling our bodies becomes the next battle. The benefit of eating well on the bike helps us come home and be able to do more than stop the couch and the TV running away. More importantly eating on the bike and not arriving home starving can help increase the chance of weight loss, as you are not starving and grabbing the left overs that many of us still have in the fridge. If you fuel well each day you will find that your fitness lifts and you...

Training Rides

10/01/2011 00:00
  Another solid weekend of training was had by the FFi Racing boys. Saturday morning saw the normal Saturday morning bunch head out to Forrest Reefs and Tallwood. A good turn out with over 14 riders making the effort early in the morning. A nice cross-tail wind greeted the riders making the pace that bit higher then normal on the way out. Mick and Owen were seen regularly drifting on and off the back to give a few riders that little bit of a nudge to get up the rises on Cadia Road and Orchard Road and then when Matt Dean's tail light fell off, Owen, along with Mason and Rod went in...

Sunday and Monday Riding

04/01/2011 07:29
 Sunday morning saw FFi Racing and Orange Cycle Club converge on Bathurst Cycle Club's local scratch racing. With Mason Manwaring sneaking into C grade, leaving Rodney Farrell, Mick Troy and Owen MacPhillamy in A grade to battle it out. Heading out the road to Ryans turn, Farrell found himself in a break and pulled some strong turns allowing Troy and MacPhillamy to sit in and save themselves for later in the race. Coming through Perthville, the race was all together, making a perfect opportunity for Owen to attack. With no response from the bunch, he quickly established a lead. Mick then...
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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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