The Macarthur Collegians Cycling Club is located in Sydney's southwestern suburbs, specifically the Campbelltown, Narellan and Camden area. With over 100 members currently, Macarthur Collegians is a progressive club that caters for all rider levels. Regular training rides are held each Saturday or Sunday mornings. Membership is not limited to the Macarthur district alone, with some members from Penrith, Liverpool and beyond.
Macarthur Collegians holds graded criterium races from October through to April at Ridges Road, Oakdale, or at the Macquarie Fields Triathlon Circuit. During the winter season, MCCC participates in an Interclub series of road races against neighbouring clubs that are generally around 40-55km in length.
The Macarthur Collegians Cycling Club has three major cycling events in the domestic cycling calendar - an Open Invitational Hill Climb time trial up Old Razorback, The Macarthur Open Criteriums, and the Goulburn to Sydney Cycle Classic which is now an integral part of the National Road Series run by Cycling Australia. The Goulburn, as it is affectionately known, began in 1902 and was resurrected in 2005 after a several year absence, and attracts the best riders in the country.