The Full TDU Experience Our Popular 8 Day Premium Fully Supported Trip Staying at Race HQ, The Adelaide Hilton
TRIP DETAILS : SOLD OUT
Duration: 8 days (7 nights)
Dates: Sunday, January 18 – Sunday, January 25, 2015
Accommodation: Hilton Hotel
TRIP COST: AUD$3470.00
OPTIONAL SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: AUD$1340.00
- 7 nights accommodation at the Adelaide Hilton
- Airport Collection on Sunday, January 18
- Airport Return on Sunday, January 25
- Full buffet breakfast each day
- Gourmet winery restaurant lunch with wines included
- Pre dinner drinks and appetizers at a local wine bar
- Picnic lunch including cold drinks
- Gourmet BBQ Lunch including wine and beer at Willunga Hill finish
- Sightseeing, including winery visits
- Daily viewing of the Santos Tour Down Under
- All transport for you and your bike, including support for non cyclists
- Expert advice and mechanical assistance
- Guided rides each day with opportunities to ride the course
- Detailed Itinerary including maps
- Full Bikestyle kit including cycling jersey, knicks, musette and cap
- Trip Pack: Info on how to prepare for your trip and what to take
Sunday 18 January – People’s Choice Classic– East End, Adelaide (51 km)
TODAY IN THE RACE
Date: Sunday 18 January 2015
Start and finish: Adelaide
Start time: 7.00pm
Finish time: 8.00pm* ETA
Race distance: 51km
* time subject to change due to live television broadcast
The People’s Choice Classic is a fast-paced closed circuit road race held as a preview to the Santos Tour Down Under. Savour the buzz as top international cyclists hit city streets for the first time in 2015 on a tight city circuit of 30 laps, ensuring the action is non stop. See the winning riders’ jersey presentations after the race finish at the Ochre Presentation Podium.
Your Bikestyle Tours package starts by us meeting you at Adelaide Airport followed by our transfer to Race HQ, at the Hilton Adelaide where we spend the next 7 nights. The Hilton Adelaide Hotel is the Santos Tour Down Under’s official host hotel. In January 2015, the world’s cycling stars, media and the cycling fraternity will converge and transform the Hilton Adelaide into the cycling centre of Australia. The Hilton Adelaide is the only place to see the stars of cycling in a relaxed atmosphere, whether it is in the lift, the Lobby Lounge or at the Bar. All the media and the Media Centre are here as well so if you are keen for the latest news, look no further! Beautifully located overlooking Victoria Square and the Adelaide City Council Tour Village, Hilton Adelaide is at the heart of the city’s entertainment, shopping and dining precincts and right next door to the vibrant Adelaide Central Market.
On arrival in Adelaide today the Bikestyle Tours staff will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel where you can check in and get your bike assembled. If you need help we will be on hand. Depending on your arrival time you can join us for a short ride along the beaches around 2:00pm this afternoon, or take a stroll through the nearby Rundle Mall and explore the city. Later in the afternoon we will head down to watch the People’s Choice Classic, the traditional pre race criterium. The atmosphere is electric and the racing is fast so it’s well worth a look! If you are a Club Tour member we will get away a little earlier to get you to your hospitality in plenty of time. You also might want to go earlier to see the Women’s Criterium which is always a great lead up to the Down Under Classic.
Maybe think about coming a day early and go to the Team Presentation and the Great Opening Concert which is just in front of the Hilton in Victoria Park and on Saturday night and then follow up with the Ride Like Crazy early on Sunday morning. It’s a great event and all for Charity: http://www.ridelikecrazy.com. After checking out all the exhibitors in the Adelaide City Council Tour Village and Bike Expo, head to the main stage and see all the 2015 teams presented to the public for the first time. Enjoy the atmosphere and hear from your favourite riders before they hit the road. Make sure you stick around for the opening night concert after the team presentation.
If you would like us to book you a room for Saturday night you can book it with your trip in the Reservations Form below.
Adelaide City Council Tour Village and Bike Expo
Also situated directly in front of our hotel in the newly re-developed Victoria Square will be the Adelaide City Council Tour Village and Bike Expo.
This is where the teams make their base for the week. It is a hive of activity. Each night be sure to watch the genius of the mechanics at work, catch a glimpse of the riders as they finish for the day (don’t forget your autograph book!), catch-up on all the race results, buy your official race merchandise and take a look at the trade displays.
The outdoor space in the Tour Village will be the hub of the tour. It will be a meeting place for cycling fans, an after work hang out, a place to catch up on the day’s racing, to see interviews with cycling stars and maybe even get an autograph! Each day there will be an entertainment program showcasing cycling to the fans.
Watch team mechanics at work as they prepare the bikes for the upcoming stage. Catch the daily race highlights on the big screen and check out the range of sponsor displays. There is ample seating and a vibrant social atmosphere where you can grab a bite to eat or have a drink with your friends.
The bike expo is an interactive, engaging exhibition. You’ll have the opportunity to test ride the latest bicycles around the streets of Adelaide, check out the latest cycling gear, get inspired and equip yourself like the pros.
Club Tour Members Watch the curtain raiser tonight, the Peoples Choice Classic, from the Club Tour viewing platform. With great catering and refreshments, there will be no jostling for position as you enjoy the very best view of the race. We will have your Club Tour, Mutual Challenge and Legends Dinner tickets available for you on arrival.
Monday 19 January – Rest Day
Today is the official rest day for the Santos Tour Down Under, so the Pros will be heading out for their training rides during the morning. This is a great time to spot the star as they meander through our hotel lobby on their way to the village to get their bikes and head out.
We will also be heading out this morning to stretch our legs today, with a ride through the beautiful Adelaide Hills, where we will enjoy a special lunch amongst the vines. This is one of the favourite days on our trip with our guests as we enjoy a morning ride then relax over a beautiful lunch at one of Adelaide’s finest winery restaurants. We will offer a shorter ride of about 40 kms and a longer version of about 70 kms with a bit more climbing for those keen to work up an appetite for lunch.
The first stop on our ride will be Mount Lofty, the highest point in the Adelaide Hills, where we can take in the view of the city below, grab a coffee and then head on through the hills for our special welcome lunch and wine tasting at Mount Lofty Ranges vineyard.
Established in 1992, Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard is a sustainable, niche, boutique vineyard nestled high in the Adelaide Hills at Lenswood.The first wines were produced in 1997 and in 1998, the Cellar Door was opened, which was one of the first in the Adelaide Hills. Once an apple orchard in the 1950’s, the property is set on a steep sloping parcel of land 550 metres above sea level. All vines are hand pruned and all grapes are handpicked, one of only a few wineries still employing these age old practices for the entire vineyard. Typical of cool climate characteristics, Mt Lofty’s soil is rich with white quartz and sandstone, adding to the mineral crispness of the wine’s flavour.The estate grown range includes Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir Rose, Pinot Noir and a Methode Traditionelle Sparkling. By combining excellence in quality with value, Garry and Sharon’s passion for the craft of winemaking has fast gained acclaim.
For those wanting something a bit less strenuous the bus will be available as well!
This afternoon, after we’ve lingered over lunch and a few glasses of wine, we will transfer back to the Adelaide Hilton in the comfort of our bus.
Tonight is free in Adelaide to take in the unique atmosphere of the city on the eve of its biggest annual event.
This morning is at leisure until we head off in the bus to the Adelaide Hills to meet up with the cyclists and enjoy our special welcome lunch Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard. Along the way we can make a stop at Mt Lofty and take in the view and grab a morning coffee.
Meals: Breakfast and Welcome Lunch
Tuesday 20 January – Stage 1 – Tanunda to Campbelltown (132.6km)
TODAY IN THE RACE
Date: Tuesday 20 January 2015
Start and finish: Tanunda to Campbelltown
Start time: 11am (Murray Street)
Subaru King of the Mountain: Checker Hill Road, Checker Hill (near Forreston)
Sprint locations: Bethany Road, Bethany (2 sprints)
Powerade Hydration Station: Mt Crawford Road, Williamstown (near Wild Street)
Finish time: 2.19pm ETA
Race distance: 132.6km
Stage One of the 2015 Tour Down Under will head north to the iconic Barossa Valley with a hilly 132.6km stage starting in the pretty little town of Tanunda and finishing on the outskirts of Adelaide in Campbelltown.
We will leave the hotel by bus and travel to the start in Tanunda, where you have a choice of staying to see the race start and enjoying a more leisurely ride, or jumping on the bike and taking to the race route for a longer ride before the pros depart late this morning. Tanunda is the main town of the Barossa. With its strong European heritage, distinctive church spires, wineries, cafés and restaurants there is plenty to see and do in the town, including visiting the historic Chateau Tanunda.
For those doing the shorter ride, starts are a great opportunity to see the riders and all the activity before they go into battle out on the road. There is no better race than the Tour Down Under, with its relaxed and friendly atmosphere, to see some of the world’s great riders up close. Once we have seen the race away we will head out on the race route south from Tanunda to Williamstown where we will enjoy a picnic lunch, and see the riders a second time as they take on their food at today’s feed station. It’s a unique aspect of the race and a good place to see the riders as they grab their musettes of goodies from the team soigneurs lined up along the roadside. Once the riders pass we’ll continue our ride in the tracks of the pro riders down as far as Gumeracha where we will meet the bus for the drive back to our hotel in Adelaide.
Our longer ride will skip the start today in Tanunda and head out on the race route ahead of the race. We’ll have our picnic lunch stop and catch the race on today’s KOM climb of Checkers Hill, about 72 kms in to our ride. It’s not the longest climb in the world up Checkers Hill at a touch over 2kms, but near the top the gradient hovers around 12%, so even the pro’s will be searching for low gears as they get near the summit. After we’ve seen how easy the pros make a climb look, you can ride a few kms downhill to Gumeracha to meet up with the bus for the drive to Adelaide.
If you want a big day continue on and ride back to the hotel for total of 115kms, which will include the gruelling climb up Corkscrew Rd hill, where Cadel Evans thrilled the crowds with a show of strength in the 2014 Santos Tour Down Under.
There’s sure to be action a plenty today no matter what ride you choose! This evening is free for you to enjoy the lively atmosphere of Adelaide, a city transformed during the week of Santos Tour Down Under.
Travel with the cyclists to the pretty little Barossa Valley town of Tanunda this morning for the race start and to see the race pass through town a second time later in the morning. An early lunch in Tanunda, returning to Adelaide by mid-afternoon.
Meals: Breakfast, Picnic lunch
Wednesday 21 January – Stage 2 – Unley to Stirling (150.5km)
TODAY IN THE RACE
Date: Wednesday 21 January 2015
Start and finish: Unley to Stirling
Start time: 11am (King William Road, near Park Street)
Subaru King of the Mountain: Adelaide to Lobethal Road, Basket Range (at Deviation Road)
Sprint locations: Onkaparinga Valley Road, Verdun (near hotel) and Strathalbyn Road, Mylor (near school crossing)
Powerade Hydration Station: Mt Barker Road, Hahndorf (near Windsor Street)
Finish time: 2.56pm ETA
Race distance: 150.5km
Another great day in the Adelaide Hills for us with a number of ride options and a bus going to see the race finish at one of South Australia’s prettiest towns, Stirling.
This morning our longer ride will leave the hotel for a hilly 65 kms that will go via Norton Summit and along Basket Range Road past the KOM point, then on to beautiful Hahndorf to try the tasty treats in its famous German Bakery. Fully refreshed we will join the race route from Hahndorf and head across to see the multiple laps of the race and the finish in Stirling. It’s always a great atmosphere and a hotly contested finish in Stirling. We can’t think of a better place to see the Santos Tour Down Under at it’s best.
If you are up for it there is the option of riding a lap of the 22 kms circuit to see the riders from another location, before returning to Stirling to see the finish.
The second option is to take the bus to Hahndorf for a coffee and a look around before mounting the bike for a 40 km ride from Hahndorf to Stirling, through Stirling for a lap of the finishing circuit and then enjoy a few hours watching the race as it makes its multiple laps through the town. It’s a bit “lumpy” but its nice country up here.
In Stirling we will set up in the park on the race course where you will be able to congregate and get some light refreshments. For lunch we suggest you try a local cafe in the town. The local restaurants and community groups will have street stalls with lots of local produce to tempt your taste buds!
At the end of the day after the race it’s back to the bike path to join the other race fans and also the teams as they descend the 20kms to the Hilton Adelaide. It’s a lot of fun but take care, especially if you see a pro rider coming up behind you – these guys have no fear and take no prisoners! Or if you have had enough for one day take the bus back to the Hilton. So all up for the day our ride options vary from 40 kms to over 100 kms.
Non Cyclists: This morning we will have a little tour of the Adelaide Hills as we make our way up to Stirling. We will have a stop for morning in Hahndorf before continuing to Stirling where the race will pass through multiple times. Stirling is a pretty town of the Adelaide Hills with lots of nice shops, parkland and a terrific atmosphere on race day.
Club Tour Members: Club Tour Breakfast. Enjoy the atmosphere of being behind the scenes in the Adelaide City Council Tour Village. Have a scrumptious hot breakfast, meet some cycling stars, and be entertained by their stories.
Thursday 22 January – Stage 3 – Norwood to Paracombe (143.2km)
TODAY IN THE RACE
Date: Thursday 22 January 2015
Start and finish: Norwood to Paracombe
Start time: 11am (The Parade, at Town Hall)
Subaru King of the Mountain: Torrens Hill Road, Paracombe (near Paracombe Road)
Sprint locations: Onkaparinga Valley Road, Charleston (near hotel) x 2
Powerade Hydration Station: Adelaide to Lobethal Road (Lobethal)
Finish time: 2:51pm ETA
Race distance: 143.2km
It’s another great stage to see today with a start close to our hotel in Norwood. The plan today is to see the race, enjoy a ride but keep our legs fresh for the Bupa Challenge Tour tomorrow.
This morning we will first be going to see all the excitement of the start, a short distance from the hotel in Norwood. It’s always a great atmosphere here with the cafes and the excitement of the race start. This is one of the best chances of seeing the riders as the sign on and make their way to the race start area. Bring a pen and something for your favourite rider to sign. We will head across to Norwood a little earlier so we can have a coffee and a bite of morning tea before we see the start and head off for our ride.
After the start we have the option of taking an easy ride down to Henley Beach for lunch, or heading out to see the race a second time for the day in the Adelaide Hills.
If you choose to see the race again today you can join our 45km ride from the Norwood start along the lovely climb to Norton Summit, then across the range to Lobethal. In Lobethal we can relax over lunch while we take in the race as it makes 3 laps through town this afternoon. Alternatively another great spot to see the race will be a few kms down the road at the small town of Charleston, where the fast men of the race shift in to the big gear and scream over the line, with the reward being valuable points that are up for grabs on each of the 3 laps through town. As we all have a big day tomorrow on the bike we will jump in the bus for the trip back to the hotel once the race has finished, with time to relax before we meet up for tonight’s pre-event celebration.
Those staying in town and taking it easy will enjoy a leisurely day, a lunch by the sea in Henley Beach and absolutely no hills. If you want to be as fresh as a daisy for tomorrow’s Bupa Challenge Tour then this could be the ride for you.
Tonight we will welcome those joining us for the long weekend with pre-dinner drinks and appetizers at a local wine bar. You’ll then be free to dine at a restaurant of your choice for a bit of pre-race carbo loading before tomorrow’s Bupa Challenge event.
Non Cyclists: We will head across to Norwood a little earlier so we can have a coffee and a bite of morning tea with the cyclists before we see the start. After the start return to the Hilton and relax for the afternoon, or if you wish travel to Lobethal for lunch and another viewing of the race.
Friday 23 January – Bupa Stage 4 – Glenelg to Mount Barker (144.5km)
TODAY IN THE RACE
Date: Friday 23 January 2015
Start and finish: Glenelg to Mt Barker
Start time: 11:30am (Colley Terrace, Glenelg)
Subaru King of the Mountain: Main South Road, Sellicks HillSprint locations: Adelaide to Goolwa Road, Ashbourne (near hotel) and Venables Street, Macclesfield
Powerade Hydration station: Nangkita Road, Mt Compass
Finish time: 3:20pm ETA
Race distance: 144.5km
The 2015 Bupa Challenge Tour (optional extra) will finish in Mount Barker with 4 different distances on offer. Bikestyle Tours will provide transfers to the start at Glenelg to Mount Barker stage, Willunga to Mount Barker stage and the Mount Compass to Mount Barker stage, leaving the hotel no later than 5:30am (yes you read it right). We will confirm exact times the day before.
The 3 different ride options we offer this year are:
Glenelg to Mount Barker
Total distance: 151.7km
Start time: 6.30 am
Willunga to Mount Barker
Total distance: 118.7km
Start time: 6.45 am
Mount Compass to Mount Barker
Total distance: 77.5km
Start time: 7.00 am
After an early breakfast at the hotel, those doing the “Full Monty” 151.7 km challenge will ride the 11kms from the hotel to Glenelg, nice and slow to warm up the legs for the kms ahead. Those starting from Willunga or Mount Compass will be transferred by our team to the start areas for the 118 and 77 km rides. 2015 sees a new route for the Bupa Challenge, hilly and a touch longer than recent editions. It should live up to it’s name and prove to be a challenge to those aiming to get to the finish in Mount Barker ahead of the race.
For those not doing the Bupa Challenge Tour we will spend the day checking on our riders along the course before heading to the finish to greet them and then see the finish of today’s race stage in Mount Barker. You can take your bike along with you to Mount Barker if you wish to do a ride, or alternatively you may wish to spend the day relaxing in Adelaide.
At the end of the Bupa Challenge Ride you’ll pass under the race finish arch, maybe pausing to take a photo of your achievement, before collecting your lunch and heading off to the finish area to see the race arrive later this afternoon. Once everyone has arrived and we’ve seen the race finish it’s back to Adelaide for the evening, tired but happy.
Non Cyclists: This morning we will drive across to Mount Barker to see the race finish and greet the BUPA riders as they arrive. Mount Barker is the largest town in the Adelaide Hills with a wide range of shops and restaurants to check out while waiting for the race to arrive this afternoon.
Meals: Breakfast. Lunch is provided by the organisers for Bupa Challenger riders.
Saturday 24 January – Stage 5 – McLaren Vale to Willunga Hill (151.5km)
TODAY IN THE RACE
Date: Saturday 24 January 2015
Start and finish: McLaren Vale to Willunga Hill
Start time: 11.10am (Main Road, near Tatachilla Road)
Finish time: 3.02pm ETA, Willunga Hill
Subaru King of the Mountain: Willunga Hill
Sprint locations: The Esplanade, Snapper Point (2 sprints)
Powerade Hydration Station: Main Road Willunga at Kell Street
Race distance: 151.5km
Today’s TDU stage heads back to the Fleurieu Peninsula. This region boasts that it “has it all”, so we should be in for a contrasting days racing and riding. For the 4th year running the cyclists will finish Jayco Stage 5 at the top of Old Willunga Hill after two ascents of the challenging ŠKODA King of the Mountain climb. If previous years are anything to go by this should be a spectacular finish and possibly decisive in the race leadership. In 2012 Simon Gerrans was narrowly beaten across the line by Alejandro Valverde after a duel over the final 200 meters, but Gerrans gained the Ochre Jersey and went on to win the tour. In 2013 Gerrans was again involved in a nail biter but this time came out on top to win the stage but not the race. 2014 saw the popular Sky rider, Richie Porte, show his climbing prowess on Willunga Hill winning the stage, with Gerrans finishing 3rd and taking the race lead by one second over Cadel Evans.
We’ll probably take things a bit easier today, after yesterday’s BUPA ride, and save our energy for tonight’s party. We will offer a couple of ride options, a 60 km ride from our hotel, via the race start in McLaren Vale, to the race finish on Willunga Hill, with the option of riding back to the hotel at the end of the day for a 60km return ride. There is also an option if we arrive at Willunga Hill in time to do a lap of the 22km race loop down to Willunga and back to the hill top finish.
On arrival at Willunga Hill you’ll be provided with a delicious Gourmet BBQ picnic lunch and cold drinks right at the finish line on Old Willunga Hill where the race passes twice and where the race finish will be! We will have plenty of time to socialise and relax in this lovely bush setting while we wait for the race to arrive.
After the excitement of the race finish and having eaten our fill at lunch you’ll have the option of returning to the hotel in the bus, or if you feel up to it the 60km ride down from Willunga Hill to Adelaide.
This day is always a highlight of the trip with our great position near the finish line and a gourmet BBQ lunch.
Travel to McLaren Vale this morning to see the stage start, then continue on to Willunga Hill to meet the cyclists for lunch. If time allows there will be the opportunity to visit one of the McLaren Vale vineyards this morning.
Tonight is the Legends’ Night Dinner (optional extra).
Tonight the Santos Tour Down Under rolls out the red carpet and gives cycling fans the chance to glam up, celebrate and see cycling champions honoured at the annual Legends Night Dinner. This is a unique opportunity to see the big names of cycling and enjoy a great night out. The event is normally hosted by popular commentators Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen. Special guests for this year’s event will be announced at a later date.
Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre
Time: from 7.30pm
If you are going to the Legends Dinner this evening we will transfer you to the venue at 6.30pm from outside the hotel. Taxis are available for you to return when you wish.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Sunday 25 January – Be Safe Be Seen MAC Stage 6 – Adelaide
TODAY IN THE RACE
Date: Sunday 25 January 2015
Start and finish: King William Road, Adelaide
Start time: 1.30pm
Finish time: 3.30pm ETA
Subaru King of the Mountain: Montefiore Hill, near Pennington Terrace
Sprint locations: King William Road (2 sprints at Finish Arch)
Race distance: 90km
This is the last official day of our trip. For those of you departing later today there is the chance to see the final stage of the 2014 Santos Tour Down Under in the streets of Adelaide.
Today’s stage is usually full of action, as it is the last chance for race glory and where all of the classifications will be decided. There are plenty of opportunities to see the racing as the riders hurtle around laps of the street circuit, taking in the view of Adelaide’s city skyline. You can see all of the action on the Big Screen and there are areas to enjoy local food, wine and entertainment. After the race are the presentations where you’ll have a chance to take a last few photos of the winners to show all your friends and club mates when you get home.
With the race circuit on our doorstep the plan for this morning is to do a lap or two around the street circuit of today’s stage (subject to road being open). For those who would like a bit more we will head down for a ride along the beaches of Adelaide, before returning to the hotel for breakfast. After we return from our ride the rest of the morning is free until we go to see the final stage at 12.30pm.
Don’t forget if you are leaving today there is the unfortunate job of packing your bike which always means a good trip is coming to an end soon. If you have decided to stay on tonight and would like us to book you a room please add it to your cart when making your trip booking in the Reservations Form below.
Non Cyclists: A leisurely morning start with time to read the Sunday papers in bed if you like! We will head down to see the final stage around midday.
Club Tour Members: Stage 6 VIP Hospitality: Enjoy the last day of the Santos Tour Down Under racing in style on the Club Tour viewing platform. Fully catered and located on the start/finish straight, watch the crowds gather and cheer on your cycling heroes.
BUPA CHALLENGE TOUR, 23 January 2015
Book Now The BUPA Challenge Tour is an opportunity to ride the same route as the pros on the morning of the event. Entry includes official jersey (to be worn on the day), refreshment stations along route, mechanical and medical support, sweep vehicle and lunch on arrival.
- Glenelg to Mount Barker (151.7km) $145.00
- Willunga to Mount Barker (118.7km) $145.00
- Mount Compass to Mount Barker (77.5km) $120.00
SILVER CLUB TOUR, 18-25 January 2015: $670.00
Book Now See the 2015 UCI WorldTour season get underway with the Silver Club Tour and be there when the first winner of the season is awarded at Stage 6 in the comfort of your VIP hospitality stand. Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast with a cycling personality in the Adelaide City Council Tour Village.
- People’s Choice Classic VIP Hospitality, Sunday 18 January: Watch the curtain raiser to the Santos Tour Down Under from the Club Tour viewing platform. With great catering and refreshments, there will be no jostling for position as you enjoy the very best view of the race.
- Club Tour Breakfast, Date to be confirmed: Enjoy the atmosphere of being behind the scenes in the Adelaide City Council Tour Village. Have a scrumptious hot breakfast, meet some cycling stars, and be entertained by their stories.
- Stage 6 VIP Hospitality, Sunday 25 January: Enjoy the last day of the Santos Tour Down Under racing in style on the Club Tour viewing platform. Fully catered and located on the start/finish straight, watch the crowds gather and cheer on your cycling heroes.
BRONZE CLUB TOUR, People’s Choice Classic VIP Hospitality, Sunday 18 January: $360.00
Book Now Short on time but still want to experience the Santos Tour Down Under in style? Have the opportunity to join in the fun at the exclusive VIP hospitality stand for the first day’s racing. People’s Choice Classic VIP Hospitality, Sunday 18 January: Watch the curtain raiser to the Santos Tour Down Under from the Club Tour viewing platform. With great catering and refreshments, there will be no jostling for position as you enjoy the very best view of the race. _____________________________________________
BRONZE CLUB TOUR, Stage 6 VIP Hospitality, Sunday 25 January: $360.00
Book Now Short on time but still want to experience the Santos Tour Down Under in style? Have the opportunity to join in the fun at the exclusive VIP hospitality stand for the final day’s racing. Stage 6 VIP Hospitality, Sunday 25 January: Enjoy the last day of the Santos Tour Down Under racing in style on the Club Tour viewing platform. Fully catered and located on the start/finish straight, watch the crowds gather and cheer on your cycling heroes. ____________________________________ _________
LEGENDS’ NIGHT DINNER, 24 January 2015: $250.00
Book Now The Santos Tour Down Under rolls out the red carpet and gives cycling fans the chance to glam up, celebrate and see cycling champions honoured. The Legends’ Night Dinner has become a cycling social institution, honouring the world’s cycling greats. In 2014, hundreds of fans dined as we honoured six-time Olympic champion, Sir Chris Hoy; crowd favourite Jens Voigt, and Tour de France winner Cadel Evans. *Attendees under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
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