OPEN, U19 AND MASTERS: 26 & 27 OCTOBER 2019
Proudly supported by the City of Bunbury
The 2019 WA State Road Cycling Championships - presented by The City of Bunbury and supported by the State Government through Tourism Western Australia and Royalties for Regions.
WestCycle are thrilled to announce that the highly anticipated 2019 WA State Road Championships will take place on the 26th and 27th October 2019 in the stunning seaside location of Bunbury.
With the generous support of the City of Bunbury and Tourism WA, WestCycle are able to host WA’s premier road racing event in picturesque Bunbury. The 2019 WA State Road Cycling Championships will attract local racers as well as lure WA professional riders to return home from racing in Europe to compete against the best of the best domestic talent.
Hunger | Grit | Determination | Perseverance
These are the qualities that set WA's best riders apart. With many of the former winners of the State Championship going on to achieve results in the pro peloton, it's little wonder why the State Championship Jersey's black and gold stripes are so highly coveted - and why many of these professional riders return home early each year just for this event.
Set yourself apart. Be on the start line this October.
The event will provide a platform for elite and masters athletes to be crowned champions. A mass participation gran fondo will also be held for non-racers to experience the surreal picturesque beauty that surrounds the South West of WA. The special addition of the gran fondo provides a pathway for participants to experience the thrills of the unique Bunbury course.
SATURDAY 26 OCTOBER 2019
WA FONDO: 7:30AM - 12:00PM
Register as in individual or in a team for this participation / recreation ride - the Fondo is not a race and is the ideal warmup event for the Tour of Margaret River, especially for riders wanting to get some quality k’s in with their team.
The Fondo starts in the heart of Bunbury, leading out to the rolling hills of Dardanup and the Ferguson Valley, with the longer individual category looping back at Lowden, back through Gnomesville and returns to Bunbury.
The team distance provides for an awesome hit out and TTT practice being just a few weeks before the Tour of Margaret River. The teams event is slightly shorter and also leaves from the heart of Bunbury, travelling out to Dardanup, through Gnomesville and the Ferguson Valley before returning to the Dolphin Discovery Centre in Bunbury.