Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, named after the famous Australian cyclist and Tour de France winner Cadel Evans, is a prestigious one-day professional cycling race in Australia. Inaugurated in 2015, it quickly earned a reputation as a highlight on the international cycling calendar, attracting top professional teams and riders from around the globe. keeps you updated with news about this event.

The race features a challenging route that showcases the scenic beauty of the Great Ocean Road and the Geelong region in Victoria. Known for its mix of coastal and hilly terrain, the race tests the riders' endurance and strategy, making it an exciting event for both participants and cycling enthusiasts. Its inclusion in the UCI WorldTour calendar underscores its significance in the world of professional cycling, further honoring Cadel Evans' contribution to the sport.

Most recent winners

2023 Marius Mayrhofer
2022 Cancelled due to Covid
2021 Cancelled due to Covid
2020 Dries Devenyns
2019 Elia Viviani
2018 Jay McCarthy
2017 Nikias Arndt
2016 Peter Kennaugh
2015 Gianni Meersman

The highlights of the 2023 Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race News

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