Congratulations to our MD Dave Stevens, who last weekend broke the track cycling World Masters Hour Record. During this amazing feat, Dave set the new record at 47.12 kms, averaged over 47 kph and reached a top speed of 54 kph for the entire 60 minutes.
The new world masters hour record for the age 40-44 group was achieved at the Dunc Grey Velodrome, located at the Crest in Bankstown, NSW – the location is a permanent legacy of the Sydney Olympic Games for the sport of cycling and serves as a multi-purpose sport and recreational venue for the community of Sydney’s south-west.
It has been a busy year of cycling achievements for Dave, who in November won the Jetset Glynde Male Masters Cyclist of the Year ahead of two other NSW nominees in Geoff Stoker and 2010 recipient Gavin White. Dave, along with Team Brennan, also had a superb performance at the 2011 UCI Track Cycling Masters World Championships, held in Manchester, England this October where Dave ended the event with not one but two gold medals, as well as a bronze.