Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

Attention cycling enthusiasts, why not watch the race from Serenity Accommodation, Torquay?

The inaugural Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, a one-day event will be held on Sunday 1st February, 2015. 

The preliminary course shows the cycling race going along the Torquay Esplanade - right past Serenity Torquay Accommodation.

We have currently have availability at Torquay Ocean View and Torquay Sea View – but be quick !   This weekend will be in big demand. 

Preliminary Course Information courtesy of the event's official website

Preliminary Course Information courtesy of the event's official website

The race will start and finish in Geelong, and pass through Barwon Heads, the town on the Bellarine Peninsula that Cadel Evans calls home when back in Australia.

According to the event's website, the race will also go through Thirteenth Beach, Torquay, Bells Beach and the rolling hills around Moriac before finishing at Geelong’s Waterfront.

The exact course is yet to be confirmed but “the length will be approximately 200 – 300km”.

“I love this part of the world, it’s beautiful country that’s ideal for a one-day cycling race, and it also just happens to be my home”, Cadel Evans said via the event’s website.

See the event’s website for further details on the race.

The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race will be proceeded on the Saturday by an elite women’s race and a “People’s Ride”, so why not bring your bike and join in!