OF THE 76 cycling races which make up the Bundaberg Brewed Drinks International Cycling Spectacular held at the Kevin Brogden Memorial Velodrome in Bundaberg on Friday night and Saturday, an incredible 29 were won by Rocky riders.

And in several events in the elite women's division, Rocky riders shut out all over competitors to dominate the podium, finishing first, second and third.

The strong Rocky junior contingent also did very well, particularly some young riders competing in their first Bundy Cup carnival.

Caden Ruff won the boy's under 11 Maltman Family Wheel race, coming off scratch and Ellyssa Ruff won the girl's under-13 WIN Network Wheel race.

In the under-15 girl's division Emmy Howe won the Unknown Distance, the two-lap Derby and the six-lap Scratch race and finished second in the Wheel race.

And in the under-13 girl's Kayla Brady won the three-lap Scratch race, the four-lap Scratch race and the Unknown Distance race.

In the under-17 women's Bundaberg Broadcasters Wheel race Emma Green finished first and Danielle Ruff was not far behind in second.

Danielle also won the 500 metres Handicap race and Emma went on to also win the Point Score race and the Unknown Distance race.

In the elite women, Quinn Cramer had a brilliant carnival, along with Brooke and Lara Tucker as well as Ashleigh Green.

In the 1000 metre Handicap race Ashleigh Green placed first followed by Brooke and Quinn. In the Point Score race, Lara Tucker won followed by Quinn and Brooke.

In the McDougal Family Wheel race, Quinn placed first, Brooke was second and Lara was third.

Those positions were reversed in the Points Score race, won by Lara, with Quinn second and Brooke third. Quinn also won the Scratch and the Elimination races, while Brooke won the Keirin with Quinn second.



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