Saturday- Criterium: The Saturday of the Pemberton Classic is round 7 of the Ring Criterium Series. Many riders will be familiar with the testing Pemberton circuit from being part of previous Pemberton
The Saturday of the Pemberton Classic is round 7 of the Ring Criterium Series.
Many riders will be familiar with the testing Pemberton circuit from being part of previous Pemberton Classic events. A 1,500-meter circuit with a tough climb incorporated. Raced around the main streets in Pemberton, with a long straight up Vasse Highway, also taking in Railway Cresent. This circuit is not like the tradition criterium courses we are use to, so expect a tough and testing afternoon off exciting racing.
Sunday- Road Race:
This year the Road Race continue to be held over the tough Pump Hill/Stirling Road/Channybearup Road/Vasse Highway course.
The Pemberton Classic is a not for profit cycling event run by volunteers, set in the beautiful community of Pemberton. The annual event aims to promote cycling as a sport and spectacle, support and inspire people to take up the challenge.
The Pemberton Classic has been running in Pemberton for 16 years, having started as a simple fundraising event. It has now grown to become one of the most highly regarded cycling events in the WA cycling calendar with participants attending from all over the country.
The attractive prize pool attracts world class cyclists through to novice riders with the challenging circuits and timing of the event making it ideal preparation for the elite riders prior to national and international competitions.
march 3 (Saturday) - 4 (Sunday) AWST