The Elite Mens podium at the 2016 RoadNats. Photo courtesy of Cycling Australia.
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Cycling Australia Announce Schedule For 2017 National Championships

Cycling Australia has announced the event schedule for the 2017 National Championships for the Elite, Junior, Masters and Para-cycling events.
The City of Ballarat will again host the Mars Cycling Australia Road National Championships from January 4 to 8 as Olympic and World Tour stars mix with the nation’s up and coming riders. Together they’ll battle it out for the coveted green and gold road, TT and criterium jerseys. 

The Elite Mens podium at the 2016 RoadNats. Photo courtesy of Cycling Australia.
The Elite Mens Time Trial podium at the 2016 RoadNats. Photo courtesy of Cycling Australia.

The 2017 Para-cycling Australian Championships will be held in Warrnambool, Victoria during April with the Under 19 events contested in Geelong in June. The Under 17 and Under 15 Championships will be held in Tasmania.
The Australian Track National Championships will be held in Queensland in March, while the juniors and masters will contest their finals at Sydney’s Dunc Gray Velodrome in February and March respectively.

Cycling Australia said the summer events will add to an action-packed 2016/17 calendar with the Santos Tour Down Under, Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and Jayco Herald Sun Tour scheduled for January and February.

Schedule – 2017 Cycling Australia National Championships

Para Cycling Track National C’ships
Para, Elite 14-15 Dec 2016 Melbourne (DISC)

Omnium Cycling Track National C’ships
Para, Elite 14-15 Dec 2016 Melbourne (DISC)

Mars Road National Championships
Elite, U23 4-8 January 2017  Ballarat

Junior Track National Championships
U17, U15 22-25 Feb 2017 Sydney

Track National Championships
Elite, U19 2-5 March 2016 Brisbane

Masters Track National Championships
Masters 8-11 March 2017 Sydney

Para Cycling Road National Championships
Para 28-29 April 2017 Warrnambool

U19 Road National Championships
U19 16-18 June 2017 Geelong

Junior Road National Championships
U17, U15 1-3 Sept 2017  Launceston

Masters Road National Championships
Masters 22-24 Aug or 
29 Aug – 1 Sep 2017 Queensland

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