The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race is a pro event being staged in Geelong and the Surf Coast for the sixth consecutive year in February 2020.
Thousands of elite cyclists will be in Geelong this summer to be part of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race - expected to be bigger and better than previous events!
Consisting of the 174km Elite Men’s Race, which in a coup for the event, has secured a place on the coveted UCI WorldTour racing calendar (2017-2019), announced by world cycling’s governing body, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), and 113km Elite Women’s Race (also endorsed with an official UCI classification).
Riders will travel from the Geelong Waterfront to Barwon Heads, Torquay and return.
In 2020, the popular a 1.6km Vegemite Family Ride on the Geelong Waterfront returns - where riders pedal alongside Cadel Evans, elite riders and local celebrities.
There's also an open participation event - the Swisse People's Ride, enabling approx. 4,000 cyclists to ride the course. There are 65km and 111km courses again, plus the introduction of a new, shorter course - 35km.
People's Ride info:
Register for the Swisse People's Ride to ride with Cadel Evans, Australia’s only Tour de France winner and three-time Tour de France champion, Greg LeMond. Every rider receives an exclusive 2020 Swisse People’s Ride Santini Cycle Jersey. (Valued at $A129.95).