TDU Women’s in the Barossa

If you were wondering what all the commotion was all about on Friday, where have you been? The Tour is here!

The girls kicked off the first of the Barossa-based cycling festivities and despite some average weather, rain and winds could not dampen the spirits of a strong supporter base.

Some of the best female cyclists in the world traveled through the Barossa for the Stage 2 of the Women’s Tour Down Under on Friday, January 12.

The 102km route started in Lyndoch, traveled through Sandy Creek and Williamstown, up to a lap of Tanunda and Greenock, before finishing with a Hill Climb up the notorious Mengler’s Hill.

On Monday, the men will be back in the Barossa for Stage 1 of the TDU.

It travels 145km from Port Adelaide to the wine region, and travelling through Williamstown, Lyndoch, Sandy Creek and Cockatoo Valley before the race finish in Lyndoch’s main drag.