Flights into Leeuwin Estate will be diverted for a day in November when their airfield plays host to the final stage of the tour. Riders will leave from the airfield and complete a 60km loop before returning for a series of spectacular sprint finishes that will likely determine the overall outcomes of the tour. Points from the stage will be determined by the first rider to cross the line from each team only, so make sure that you have a sprinter in your line up. Our sincere thanks to everyone at Leeuwin Estate for again hosting the tour and for allowing us to utilise one of the most iconic venues in Margaret River. Photo: Tim Bardsley Smith – 2015 ToMR
If you can get the whole week off from work we have daily rides happening across the Great Southern and South West in the lead up to this year’s tour. The week commences with the Amazing Albany Bike Ride on November 6th. All rides will start and finish in the same location each day with routes specially designed to showcase the hidden and iconic attractions of each region. Our crew supporting these rides will be based at the Ocean Beach Holiday Park in Denmark, (Nov 6 and 7th) before transferring to Fonty’s Pool (pictured) near Manjimup, (Nov 8 and 9th.) Both locations have chalets and great facilities for caravanning and camping, throw in a couple of well known cycling identities and you have the formula for a memorable week before the tour even begins.