For teams travelling from interstate and overseas for TOMR we recommend the services of our official travel partner Total Travel WA. These guys know the intricacies of cyclo tourism and they know how to the stress out of your next cycling holiday. Who will take home the Total Travel WA Sprinters Jersey in 2014? We think that it will take some wrangling from last years winner Theo Yates.
We welcome back Satalyst pty ltd as a major supporter to the 2014 tour. Satalyst contributes very significantly to cycling in WA and we are really excited about continuing to build the partnership between them and the tour. As a thank you for their support of the tour we have named our male and female GC Leaders jerseys after the company. The new look jerseys have been designed by Luke Lucas and will be produced by Kauri Sports. We will have some great prizes and awards during the tour, but none will be a prestigious as taking home a Green Satalyst Jersey.
The tour now has a Pro Register and already we have a fantastic list of World Class riders on it. If you really want to “change up” your TOMR experience how about adding a Drapac or GreenEDGE rider to your team? For corporate teams this will be a really effective way of raising your team’s profile and inspiring your existing riders to train a bit harder!
Historically one of the states premier charity rides the Tour de Gracetown will be run on the same day and over the same course as stage 5 of TOMR in 2014. TdG riders will start an hour before TOMR and ride to Rosa Brook to await the arrival of the sprint finish to TOMR’s Stage 5. At the conclusion of stage all 800 riders will cruise the 40km back to Cowaramup together for lunch in the park with some live entertainment.
The 2014 tour will run from November 5 – 9. The first day of the tour will be a social ride with the Pro’s around some of the regions better known attractions and the first race stage will commence on November 6. In all the tour will have a total of six stages run across the five days.