Blue Sky Cycling: ’22 Bowral Classic Event Video + Image Gallery

The New South Wales Southern Highlands turned on spectacular weather and sensational conditions for blue sky cycling at the 2022 Bowral Classic held on October 15 & 16.

The action started on Saturday afternoon at the second annual criterium event which provided more than four hours of thrill-a-minute racing. WorldTour star and Australian national team rider Brodie Mai Chapman won the Women’s Elite Criterium and will have her name etched on the memorial trophy.

21yo Luke Britten from Wollongong surprised a super-strong Division 1 Men’s field to win the final race of the afternoon. 

Full criterium results can be seen at Tomato Timing here.

More than 3000 riders started in Bowral’s main street for Sunday’s Gran Fondo. For full results visit Tomato Timing or the Bowral Classic website.

Bicycling Australia’s next major Gran Fondo cycling event will be the second annual Snowy Classic held in Jindabyne on April 1, 2023. To register and for further details visit

Image Gallery – 2022 Bowral Classic


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