Saturday 19 January 2019
Challenge Tour riders begin to arrive at 9am
Professional race finish at approx. 3.30pm
Activities in the parklands commence at 10am Save to calendar

Cost: Spectators free.
Challenge Tour fees apply.

Tags: Fleurieu Peninsula , cycling , TDU

Pro and amateur riders alike will be tested by leg-burning climbs and treated to coastal views as the peloton makes its way through Stage 5.

From Glenelg, the peloton heads south down the Southern Expressway to Myponga before veering east towards popular coastal towns of Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, Middleton and Goolwa before climbing into the hills for the finish in Strathalbyn.

The finish will centre on Dawson Street and to make the most of this spectacular event, there will be plenty to see and do, with family friendly activities in the parklands from 10am. The Strathalbyn Library will keep its normal Saturday hours (9am - 12pm) and the pool will also be open (weather permitting).

For point to point times and map visit Pro Tour Stage 5 race route and times - Tour Down Under

The Challenge Tour riders will tackle the same route as the professional riders from Glenelg to Strathalbyn.

With start locations at Glenelg, Myponga, Victor Harbor and Goolwa, there's a course to cater for every skill level. Regsiter on line at Challenge Tour - Tour Down Under

Summer and Spokes in Strathalbyn event from 10am - 4pm, Solders Memorial Gardens.

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