Australia's 2020 Cycling Summer Starts To Take Shape

Stunning views as always along the Great Ocean Road

The 2020 season is already taking shape in Australia, with the dates for next year's Tour Down Under men's and women's events announced, along with a change to the opening race of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race weekend also confirmed. Australia's 'summer of cycling' will begin again in the new year with the Bay Crits series in Victoria, followed by the national road championships – the dates for which are yet to be announced. The Women's Tour Down Under will then run from January 16-19, based on stage routes around Adelaide, South Australia. The final stage of the women's event, on January 19, will also be the date for the men's Down Under Classic – the curtain-raiser, downtown Adelaide criterium race that preludes the men's WorldTour stage race, which it's been announced will run from January 21 for six stages, finishing on January 26. The Tour Down Under ...

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