skinny lattes cycling club

empowering female cyclists

The 2021 SLCC Women’s Series was a great success and we thank all those who supported the Series (our wonderful volunteers) and congratulate all the racers, the trophy award winners, place getters and those just giving it a go. You can all be very proud of yourselves – Thank you.

The 2022 Series will commence and conclude with track events and still keep a hill climb and a road time trial – so come along and be part of the Sunday action. Dates are TBC.

  • Round 1 –  Hanson Reserve Track
  • Round 2 –  Hill Climb
  • Round 3 –  Time Trial
  • Round 4 –  Hanson Reserve Track

Trophies awarded for the Most Improved Rider over the Series and the Overall Series Winner.

SLCC Women's Series

Its been 10 years since we first brought you the SLCC Women's Series - I know - amazing! This Series brings something for all - track events, a hill climb and a time trial. All events can be done on a road bike. If you haven't raced before this is the time to give it a go. You can register for the whole series or just the individual events. Details coming soon.

Its a friendly and encouraging environment.

Skinny Lattes

The Skinny Lattes is a women’s specific cycling club based in Adelaide, South Australia. We are women from all walks of life, stages, abilities and ages who love to cycle. We are recreational riders, track riders and road riders who enjoy clocking up kilometres in beautiful Adelaide and beyond.

SLCC are women’s tour down under ambassadors

As Women’s Tour Down Under ambassadors, Skinny Lattes members become a source of help and support to the female racing teams visiting Adelaide, offering local knowledge and guidance.

latest news & EVENTS

2019 SLCC Series Placements

Congratulations to overall Series Winner Trophy awarded to Meriel Custance Big congratulations to Jo Bennett for being awarded the Most Improved Rider Trophy

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SLCC 2019 Women’s Series Criterium

It was an early start for the SLCC Criterium at Victoria Park this morning with the hope of avoiding the pending wet weather and the café crowds. D and C grades got away with it. D grade was made up of new Critters with Gen Oliver learning a lot on-the-go, …

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Cycling Australia becomes AusCycling

Cycling Australia is now AusCycling, the change occurred in order to unite all of the cycling disciplines in to one powerful and inclusive organisation. You can find out more about the change and what it means for cycling in Australia via:

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