2014 Amy’s Otway Classic: Subaru National Road Series event about to begin.

2014-Amys-StartAmy’s Otway Classic, run in conjunction with the Wiggle?Amy’s Gran Fondo, makes its first appearance on the national calendar with riders set to tackle 110 kilometres from Lorne to Benwerrin, including a spectacular section along a fully closed Great Ocean Road on Sunday 14th September this year.

Both Amy?s Otway Classic and the Gran Fondo will benefit from support via the Victorian State Government?s Significant Sporting Events Program. In its fourth year, Amy?s Gran Fondo is held in memory of Australian cycling team member Amy Gillett, who tragically lost her life in a training accident in Germany in 2005 when hit by a car. Elite women will begin their race one hour before the mass start of Amy?s Gran Fondo in Lorne, with riders travelling along the picturesque Great Ocean Road before tackling a testing 10km Queen of the Mountain at Skenes Creek. Riders will then brace themselves before the course concludes with another tough 10km climb to the finish line at Benwerrin. More than 5,000 recreational and competitive cyclists, all experiencing the safety and thrill of riding on closed roads as part of Amy?s Gran Fondo, are expected to descend on the Colac Otway and Surf Coast region for the event on Sunday 14th September, which will also take in the Otway Ranges. Entries in the Wiggle Amy?s Gran Fondo can be made at?www.amysgranfondo.org.au Commissaire appointments ?
PositionFirst NameSurnameState
Chief CommissaireNevilleWilliamsVIC
CommissaireDougArmstrongVIC
CommissaireGrahamBullVIC
CommissaireFionaFahyVIC
Chief JudgeGloriaBullVIC
JudgeCarolArmstrongVIC

   

Event Stage Information

  Distance:?109.7 km Start time:?7.30am Approx finish time:?10.45am Map Profile Mocka Start location:?Mountjoy Parade, Lorne Finish location:?Deans Marsh ? Lorne Road, Benwerrin Entry list Getting there Lorne is located 67km from Geelong, the host city for the 2010 UCI World Road Cycling Championships, and 140km from Melbourne host city for the 2012 UCI World Track Cycling Championships. Melbourne Airport, 140km from Lorne, is a major international hub serviced by all the major domestic carriers. Avalon Airport, located just north of Geelong is 90km from Lorne.

Event Contact Karin Jones email: karin.jones@cycling.org.au

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