Northern Beaches Cycling Club

Strategic Plan – 2024/2025

“Through cycling, help people become healthier, happier, and connected to community and the environment”


At the heart of our club is our members’ willingness to volunteer their time to assist others. Established in 2008, our club, known as “Peloton Charity Shield”, saw local riders unite to contribute donations for charitable causes. In 2010, we evolved into the Northern Beaches Cycling Club, and came to embrace a range of
cycling activities, including road cycling, mountain biking, gravel riding, cyclocross and electric biking.

Our vibrant logo symbolises the diversity of cycling experiences our members enjoy, emphasising inclusiveness to ensure that riders, of all abilities, feel they are valued and belong.

Cycling Facilities now stand as integral foundations of our club, a testament to the tireless efforts of our volunteers. The Splendid Park Cycle Track, The Yaberoo-Budjara Heritage Trail upgrade, and the Yellagonga Mountain Bike Park are a direct result of our advocacy and perseverance. Perth’s north has become a premier destination for safe and accessible cycling facilities.

In proud affiliation with the; Quinns Rocks Sports Club, Quinns Rocks Bowls Club, Quinns Rocks RSL, Quinns Rocks Darts and Mindarie Sea Sports Club, our influence extends beyond the cycling track. We have contributed to health and road safety messages being delivered to these clubs and contributed to upgrades of the Quinns Rocks Sports Club facility.


Over the past decade, our primary focus has been advocating for safe and accessible facilities. With these facilities now established, or in the construction phase, we are poised to shift our attention back to our core – our people and community. With groundwork laid and facilities secured, we are eager to make Perth’s outer northern suburbs & towns an accessible destination for cycling. The forthcoming National Road Titles present a unique opportunity for us to attract cyclists from across the nation, by hosting a nationally televised support
cycling event.


As of January 2024, NBCC has 726 members. This is comprised of 3 member pathways; 572 Social, 30 WestCycle and 124 AusCycle members. We have affiliation with the Quinns Rocks Sports Club with over 2,000 members.


Kaden and Ava (pictured)

NBCC member Sam Welsford met with Kaden and Ava of the NBCC junior squad at the 2024 Tour Down Under. He won stages 1,3 & 4 that week.

Sam’s career demonstrates the possibilities for competitive cycling; world championship titles, Commonwealth Gold, Olympic medals &, former winner of the national criterium championship. Sam now rides professionally with UCI WorldTeam Bora–Hansgrohe on the world tour, including the Tour de France.

Our Capacity

NBCC demonstrates good governance, with a stable executive, transparent accounts, and demonstrated capacity to provide coaching, training and event management, including conducting State Criterium Titles. With over 7 million dollars in cycling facilities, Our advocacy is arguably the most successful in the nation for delivering road and mountain bike facilities.

Volunteers like Alex, Yvette, Karen and Helen, are the heart and soul of our club. Acknowledging and supporting our volunteers ensures the long-term sustainability of the club and its activities.

Our Vision

“Through cycling, help people become healthier, happier, and connected to community and the local environment”

NBCC members Kate Burton (2024 National Para-Transplant Road and ITT champion) & Aaron Lee (Bronze medalist 2024 National Para-Transplant Road & ITT)


Strategic Pillar 1 – People

Engage club members, volunteers and community to feel valued, included and supported.

NBCC Youth squad train regularly on W.A.’s bespoke criterium circuit, Splendid Park, Yanchep. The first cycling sporting facility to built in Perth in 37 years, it provides a safe place, away from traffic, to play, train and race.

Strategic Pillar 2 – Facilities

Objective: Maintain and develop safe, connected and accessible cycling facilities in the northern suburbs of Perth.

Strategic Pillar 3 – Activities

Provide healthy, inclusive and accessible events and activities

Dedicated facilities, like Splendid Park Cycle Track and Yellagonga Mountain Bike Park, allow NBCC to host safe, accessible events. It’s the first step in attracting more women to cycling.

Strategic Pillar 4 – Partnerships

Foster collaborative relationships with partners & stakeholders for a healthier, happier and more connected community.