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.