Riders at the start of the 2022 Bowral Classic. Standard pricing for this year’s Bowral Classic closes this Sunday night - register now and save.

Book Now & Save: Ride The 7th Annual Bowral Classic On October 21/22

Just over 6-weeks away, this weekend is your last chance to beat the price rise and register to ride one of Australia’s biggest Gran Fondo events – the Bowral Classic .

Standard pricing ends this Sunday night, September 17, and the major event takes place on the weekend of 21-22 October, 2023.

The event weekend will start with a bang on Saturday, 21 October with ‘The Crit’ – a criterium race around Loseby Park in the heart of Bowral. Cyclists will duke it out for a share in more than $4,000 worth of prizes and the glory of being crowned the King and Queen of The Crit.

The road rides will return on Sunday, 22 October with three courses to choose from, the 85km Rouleurs Classic, the 120km Challenge Classic and the big one, the 150km Maxi Classic. 

Starting on Bong Bong St, Bowral and finishing at Loesby Park, these courses have been selected to showcase the best of the region as they pass through the rolling hills of Berrima, Moss Vale, Bundanoon, Fitzroy Falls, Robertson and Kangaloon. 

Riders at the start of the 2022 Bowral Classic. Bicycling Australia’s 2023 Bowral Classic is on October 21/22 and you can register now.

A staple on the cycling calendar, the Bowral Classic attracts cyclists and their families from across the country and brings in over $3M to the local tourism economy each year.

Locals are encouraged to get involved with the event through either registering for the ride and enjoying the on-course support, or volunteering over the weekend. Head to www.bowralclassic.com.au for more information. 

The Bowral Classic is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.

Register Now And Save

Register now to save on the entry fee. Standard pricing closes on Sunday – you can register via clicking this link.


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