Replacing 2021 Tour Down Under, The Santos Festival Of Cycling Takes Shape

Supported by After the cancellation of the Tour Down Under in October, the Australian cycling community suddenly found itself with a gaping hole in its January. Today, the Santos Tour Down Under organisers unveiled details of a multi-day, multi-disciplinary Festival of Cycling. Due to travel restrictions preventing teams from arriving from abroad, it’s an entirely domestic event … The post Replacing 2021 Tour Down Under, the Santos Festival of Cycling takes shape appeared first on CyclingTips .

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