The Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic will not run in 2018
The historic Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic is a cycling race that traverses the south west region of Victoria, through picturesque landscapes and difficult terrain.
The Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic was founded in 1895, and is Australia’s oldest race. This goes to show the value and attachment that locals have to the annual event. The one-day race is a must-attend for outdoor cycling enthusiasts.
Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic 2019 Date & Cycling Route
Typically, the race kicks off with a mass start before cyclists are separated into their respective categories, namely: NRS Riders, Grace B, Grade C and Grade D riders. Note too, that the NRS riders constitute Grade A category.
Those interested in participating in the classic are required to register well in advance. Team registration requires a minimum of three members and a maximum of eight for each team. The start location is the
Eagle Stadium and Recreation Centre in Werribee and the finish location is Liebig Street and Raglan Parade in Warrnambool.
Overall, the Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic is an exciting event to experience the outdoors and enjoy the beauty of the course across different natural landscapes.