L’Étape Australia by Tour de Fance 2020

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L’Étape Australia by Tour de France replicates a mountainous stage of the Tour de France. It is not an easy ride, but it is a ride you will be able and proud to complete if you train for it.

The beautiful, yet challenging, course has been revealed. Riders will visit the towns of Kiama, Gerringong, Gerroa, Shoalhaven Heads, Berry, Kangaroo Valley, Robertson and Jamberoo.

The route is 135 km long, featuring 2,770m of elevation and held on closed roads. The course replicates a mountainous stage of the Tour de France. Three main climbs (Berry Mountain, Col de Fitzroy and Saddleback Mountain) will make crossing the finish line a moment of elation.

The shorter 80km ride, with one, rather than three climbs, will be announced soon.

For more information and to take a look at the course, visit the L’Étape Australia by Tour de France website.

For more information, follow L’Étape Australia by Tour de France on Facebook or visit the website.

L’Étape Australia by Tour de France replicates a mountainous stage of the Tour de France. It is not an easy ride, but it is a ride you will be able and proud to complete if you train for it.

The beautiful, yet challenging, course has been revealed. Riders will visit the towns of Kiama, Gerringong, Gerroa, Shoalhaven Heads, Berry, Kangaroo Valley, Robertson and Jamberoo.

The route is 135 km long, featuring 2,770m of elevation and held on closed roads. The course replicates a mountainous stage of the Tour de France. Three main climbs (Berry Mountain, Col de Fitzroy and Saddleback Mountain) will make crossing the finish line a moment of elation.

The shorter 80km ride, with one, rather than three climbs, will be announced soon.

For more information and to take a look at the course, visit the L’Étape Australia by Tour de France website.

For more information, follow L’Étape Australia by Tour de France on Facebook or visit the website.

  • L’Étape Australia by Tour de Fance - Route Announced!

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    11 days ago

    This morning the beautiful, yet challenging, course was revealed. Riders will visit the towns of Kiama, Gerringong, Gerroa, Shoalhaven Heads, Berry, Kangaroo Valley, Robertson and Jamberoo.

    The route is 135 km long, featuring 2,770m of elevation and held on closed roads. The course replicates a mountainous stage of the Tour de France. Three main climbs (Berry Mountain, Col de Fitzroy and Saddleback Mountain) will make crossing the finish line a moment of elation.

    The shorter 80km ride, with one, rather than three climbs, will be announced soon.

    For more information and to take a look at the course visit the L’Étape Australia by Tour de France website.


    This morning the beautiful, yet challenging, course was revealed. Riders will visit the towns of Kiama, Gerringong, Gerroa, Shoalhaven Heads, Berry, Kangaroo Valley, Robertson and Jamberoo.

    The route is 135 km long, featuring 2,770m of elevation and held on closed roads. The course replicates a mountainous stage of the Tour de France. Three main climbs (Berry Mountain, Col de Fitzroy and Saddleback Mountain) will make crossing the finish line a moment of elation.

    The shorter 80km ride, with one, rather than three climbs, will be announced soon.

    For more information and to take a look at the course visit the L’Étape Australia by Tour de France website.


  • 2020 L'Étape Australia by Tour de France route revealed soon

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    about 1 month ago

    L'Étape Australia by Tour de France route will be revealed live on Facebook and YouTube on Wednesday 29 April at 10am!

    In the meantime, profiles of the climbs will be released to inspire you as follows:

    • 17 April 2020: First QOM / KOM section
    • 22 April 2020: Second QOM / KOM section
    • 27 April 2020: Third QOM / KOM section
    • 29 April 2020, 10am: Official Course reveal.

    To amke sure you don't miss the announcement follow us on Facebook and our YouTube Channel.

    For more information, including how and when to register visit the L'Étape Australia by Tour de France website.



    L'Étape Australia by Tour de France route will be revealed live on Facebook and YouTube on Wednesday 29 April at 10am!

    In the meantime, profiles of the climbs will be released to inspire you as follows:

    • 17 April 2020: First QOM / KOM section
    • 22 April 2020: Second QOM / KOM section
    • 27 April 2020: Third QOM / KOM section
    • 29 April 2020, 10am: Official Course reveal.

    To amke sure you don't miss the announcement follow us on Facebook and our YouTube Channel.

    For more information, including how and when to register visit the L'Étape Australia by Tour de France website.



  • L'Étape Australia Launches Podcast

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    about 2 months ago

    Our commitment to share premium content with you is stronger than ever. We are proud to announce the creation of our very own podcast: Cycling Insights.

    Cycling Insights is a monthly podcast hosted by cycling legend Simon Gerrans and Tour de France commentator Matthew Keenan.

    The first episode is now available on Spotify and Youtube and very soon on iTunes and Google Podcast.

    Our commitment to share premium content with you is stronger than ever. We are proud to announce the creation of our very own podcast: Cycling Insights.

    Cycling Insights is a monthly podcast hosted by cycling legend Simon Gerrans and Tour de France commentator Matthew Keenan.

    The first episode is now available on Spotify and Youtube and very soon on iTunes and Google Podcast.

  • Live Interactive Facebook Broadcast

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    2 months ago

    Due to the current health crisis, L’Étape Australia by Tour de France organisers are holding a Facebook Live broadcast for the local community instead of physical community meetings.

    The presentation will be interactive and viewers will be able to ask specific questions through the comment section available during the Facebook Live broadcast. Questions received will be answered during the Q&A part of the meeting.

    To watch the Facebook Live broadcast, you need to join the L’Étape Australia Local Community Facebook Group.

    The broadcast will be live on Wednesday 25th March at 6pm. As a member of the group, you will receive a notification inviting you to watch the Facebook Live broadcast.

    We look forward to talking to you during this interactive session.

    For more information, follow L’Étape Australia by Tour de France on Facebook or visit www.letapeaustralia.com.

    Due to the current health crisis, L’Étape Australia by Tour de France organisers are holding a Facebook Live broadcast for the local community instead of physical community meetings.

    The presentation will be interactive and viewers will be able to ask specific questions through the comment section available during the Facebook Live broadcast. Questions received will be answered during the Q&A part of the meeting.

    To watch the Facebook Live broadcast, you need to join the L’Étape Australia Local Community Facebook Group.

    The broadcast will be live on Wednesday 25th March at 6pm. As a member of the group, you will receive a notification inviting you to watch the Facebook Live broadcast.

    We look forward to talking to you during this interactive session.

    For more information, follow L’Étape Australia by Tour de France on Facebook or visit www.letapeaustralia.com.