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

Blayney to Bathurst

09/04/2010 00:00
Cyclists in the saddle for massive weekend BY NICK MCGRATH 09 Apr, 2010 07:13 PM CYCLING IF you are driving through Blayney tomorrow morning make sure you watch out for the cyclists - all 550 of them. A strong Orange cycling contingent will head to Blayney tomorrow morning for the 2010 Blayney to Bathurst bike ride as the cycling pros and enthusiasts alike head out on either the 110km long course or the 70km short course. Headed by Orange Cycle Club members Rodney Farrell, Michael Cain and Michael Troy, cyclists from the city will contest the Blayney to Bathurst along with the New South...

Blayney to Bathurst II

07/04/2010 00:00
  Stellar field to assemble for Blayney to Bathurst 07 Apr, 2010 08:34 AM CYCLING WITH entries still rolling in for this Sunday’s Blayney to Bathurst, the scene looks set for another mighty battle among the top cycling teams for the prestigious long course title. After dominating the placings in 2009, Australian continental team Drapac Porsche will be back to tackle the 2010 NAB long course event once more. Last year Bathurst’s Dean Windsor and national champion Peter McDonald starred in a Drapac Porsche quinella, something Joe Lewis and 2009 Australian junior national road...

Christmas Cup

22/12/2009 00:00
  Farrell rides into win 22 Dec, 2009 07:53 AM CYCLING ROD Farrell has claimed the 2009 Forest Reefs Tavern Christmas Cup after holding on for the win on Saturday. The Orange rider won the handicapped race, preventing favourite and defending champion Dean Windsor from claiming his second Christmas Cup. Farrell completed the 54km event in one hour 32 minutes and five seconds. The hot and windy conditions took their toll on the highly-fancied scratch riders and they came in three minutes behind the winners. The handicap system was a success with the majority of the field coming...

Pre Christmas Cup

16/12/2009 00:00
  Bathurst boys tipped to set pace in Orange BY MICHELLE COOK 16 Dec, 2009 07:12 AM CYCLING BATHURST’S Dean Windsor will be back to try and defend his crown when he lines up in the 2009 Forest Reefs Tavern Christmas Cup this Saturday. Windsor took out the 2008 event and could face his toughest competition this year from younger brother Blair, who will also be saddling up. The siblings are expected to set the pace for the scratch markers in the handicapped event. The Christmas Cup is the Orange club’s main event of the year. It attracts a quality field as it is an inter-club event...
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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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