In just two short years it’s become a staple fixture on the cycling calendar and for 2018 it’s back, bigger and better than ever.
The third annual Bowral Classic is on the weekend of Saturday October 20 and Sunday October 21 and, with additions such as a 175km Maxi-Classic and the new Saturday Team Time Trial event, the event is proving more popular than ever.
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Four Courses For 2018
As further proof of the widespread popularity and challenge factor of the Bowral Classic, for 2018 there are 4 course options to choose from.
- The 175km Maxi Classic, a thrilling ride through some of the most breathtaking scenery you can experience on two wheels.
- The 120km Challenge Classic; for those with less time or distance in their legs.
- The 90km Rouleurs Classic, a brand-new option for the 2018 Bowral Classic.
- The 35km Social Classic ride through the most stunning areas of the Southern Highlands including the opportunity to stop at local wineries and cafes along the way.
Three Year Rider Jersey
Loyal Bowral Classic riders will be thrilled to hear we are offering a unique jersey. This is only for those who’ve ridden the 2016 & 2017 events – register today and your custom jersey will be automatically inlcuded in your rego pack.
$250,000 To Charity
To date the Bowral Classic series has raised over $250,000 for various charities via the unique ‘Choose Your Charity’ option. The prime objective is to add to this total in 2018 and help to change the lives of as many Australians as possible.
Something For The Whole Family
One of the best parts about the Bowral Classicis the ability to include all levels of Cyclists – including those with little legs. In 2018 riders aged 12-16 can sign up for the Maxi, Challenge or Rouleur course if they have a Cycling Australia Race Licence, and children over the age of 10 are accepted to ride in The Social Classic. Please keep in mind that under 16’s need to be accompanied by an adult.
The Bowral Classic is more than just Cycling. The event will live up to the Southern Highlands’ reputation as a foodie hub with suppliers from all over the region offering up an array of fine food and beverage delights at ‘The Village’, a tent land that will spring up at the Bowral Classic finish line, Eridge Park.
Riders and their supporters can relax on supplied bean bags and refuel on the fine food, coffee, wine and craft beer that will be in abundance at The Village where a live band and BBQ will also add to the festivities. And there will be an array of kids’ activities, including a petting zoo and face painting.
Keen To Help?
Anyone interested in helping out as a volunteer at one of the biggest events on the Southern Highlands calendar in 2018 can email their details to JasmineGale@yaffa.com.au and one of the event organisers will be in touch.
Visit the Bowral Classic Facebook page to keep up with all the latest event news and details – www.facebook.com/bowralclassic
To register for the 2018 Bowral Classic visit www.bowralclassic.com.au