The St Kilda Cycling Club ran their Albert Park Test Criterium on September 8, 2019. This was a test event for a proposed new circuit along Lakeside Drive at Albert Park, Melbourne. The course was 750m in length, out and back with a hot dog turn at either end.

The day was so well organised and marshalled. There was probably close to 100 cyclists on the day that participated and the racing was intense. Many probably surprised themselves on their early season form. With some also shocked and was pedalling up “struggle street!”. Regardless, the crit season is back and Melbourne has it in spades!

I have purposely included a watermark on the images from a creative rights perspective, however, if you are one of the individuals that raced or one of the represented teams/clubs and would like a HI-RES copy of your own images without the watermark, then please email me directly or DM me on Instagram. I'm more than happy to provide these to you. I take photos as a hobby, I love it and its a bit of a passion of mine for the past 20 years. My intention is not to make money off the images, and if I do decide to charge for the photos, it is likely to be all donated to a charity (eg. a blood cancer foundation, love you mum). Feel free to also use the photos as they are, all that I ask is that you credit the photographer. It's just the polite thing to do!