Australian National Road Series 2023 - events, highlights and livestreams
25 - 27 August 2023
Tour of Gippsland
Unfolding over three days for both men and women, this tour features a criterium, individual time trial and two road races.
Event website: https://www.tourofgippsland.com.au/
19 - 22 October 2023
Cycle Sunshine Coast
This multi-stage race showcases the diverse landscapes of Queensland's Sunshine Coast, challenging riders with a blend of challenging, hilly road races, a time trial, and a criterium.
8 - 12 November 2023
Spirit of Tasmania Cycling Tour Tour of Tasmania
This four-stage tour offers a challenging mix of hilly terrains and flat stages, all set amidst Tasmania's stunning landscapes and often challenging weather conditions.
Event website: https://www.touroftasmania.com/
LIVESTREAMS AND HIGHLIGHTS
Specific livestream details for upcoming races are not yet available, however livestream and highlights videos are often delivered by AusCycling or SBS as follows:
AusCycling on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@AusCycling/streams
AusCycling Road and Esports on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AusCyclingRoadEsports/videos
SBS On Demand: https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/cycling
4 February 2023
Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic (Men)
This one-day, 267km race unfolds from Melbourne to Warrnambool, taking riders through a challenging yet scenic route that is susceptible to strong crosswinds.
Event website: https://www.melbournetowarrnambool.com.au/
5 February 2023
Lochard Energy Women’s Warrnambool Cycling Classic
A key event in the women's cycling calendar, this 160km race showcases a diverse and challenging course from Colac to Warrnambool.
1 April 2023
Tour de Brisbane
Set in the urban and lush landscapes of Brisbane, this race features a unique mix of city and countryside circuits, providing a test for both sprinters and climbers.
Event website: https://tourdebrisbane.org/
Full replay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYEGE9uwtec
29 April 2023
Squadron Energy Grafton to Inverell Cycling Classic
Characterised by a gruelling route with mountainous terrains, this classic race stretches 228km from Grafton to Inverell for the men, and 119km from Grafton to Mt Mitchell for the women, testing cyclists' endurance and climbing prowess.
Event website: https://www.graftontoinverell.com.au/