BAROSSA Council has been approached by Cycling Australia and the Australian Masters Games about hosting two cycling events in Williamstown during October this year.
WORKS will be undertaken over the next 12 months to extend a cycling route aimed at, eventually, connecting the city to Gawler.
CYCLISTS competing in the world-renowned Tour Down Under will, once again, finish a stage in Lyndoch, following a similar course, locally, to this year’s race.
The Gawler Wheelers cycling group celebrated its fifth anniversary last weekend, with a celebratory ride along the Stuart O’Grady Bikeway and through the Edinburgh precinct.
CYCLISTS will be able to more easily travel from Gawler to the city when a planned bike route is installed by the State Government.
THERE is something joyful about watching young, local talent making it on the big stage.
THE southern Barossa Valley towns of Lyndoch, Williamstown and Cockatoo Valley were abuzz yesterday as stage one of the 2016 Tour Down Under hit the streets.
BOTH cyclists and drivers have been put on notice, with a police operation to focus on their behaviour when sharing the roads.