The Tour is genuinely a race for teams. The primary objective of your team is to win the trophy available in your race group by securing as many points as you can throughout the various stages of the Tour.
WestCycle brings you it’s favourite moments from the past two editions of the Tour of Margaret River, see you in the South West for the 2018 edition from November 8-11.
The Tour of Margaret River attracts some of the best riders from around the country and the world, including the Holden Women’s Racing team with WA rider Erin Kinnealey leading the charge and former world Champion Emma Pooley controlling the Team Trail in 2017
This is the ultimate event for teams, with clubs like RCCC throwing their support behind the TOMR, it may be tough but there’s plenty of opportunities for laughs.
Where pros and amateurs come together and experience all that the stunning South West has to offer. Orica Scott’s Annemiek van Vlueten pictured here crossing the finishing line in Green Bushes, 2017.
A smile or a grimace? It takes real talent to smile, when you’re so deep into the hurt locker of the Mur de Hay, 2017.
One of the many leg busting climbs of the Tour, The Mur du Hay 2017.
And time: SPR crossing the line in unison on the final stage of the 2017 Tour of Margaret River
TTT Kit game: The Tour of Margaret river is an ideal time to unveil your teams new kit
The calm before the storm: All smiles under the tree lined start and finish area of Nannup 2016
Full tilt: In the words of Logan Calder (Satalyst Verve) “First into the corner but not enough HP to make it first across the line. No surprise though…. How’s the facial expression of Michael Freiberg? He looks like he’s cruising to the dairy for an ice cream! (Nannup 2016)
The way cry: The elation of crossing the line, or thank god that’s over?!
The final lunge for the line: SPR are always well represented at the TOMR
Friendship and Cycling go hand in hand