The classic Oatlands Race is back in 2019 and this year features three races:
Women’s (including u/17s)
Open Men (including u17s) A through to F Grade
Note: Riders younger than u/15s will not be permitted to sign on.
Meeting for sign on at the TKO Bakery on High Street.
Race Briefing to be held opposite the Hotel on the corner of High and Church Streets.
Race will start on Tunnack Road on the corner with Hasting Street.
Riders will head through Parattah
U15s will turn at the 10ks mark near Mt Seymour
Women and Men will head through Tunnock to the turn around point.
Finish will be back at the start location.
Distance: 47 kms (Women and Men)
Race Format: Handicap
Online (via EntryBoss)
$20 per rider (men , women , U17s)
$10 per rider for the U15s
On the day
$25 per rider (men , women , U17s)
$15 per rider U15s
Rego from 11 am
12:30 Women (includes u/17s)
1:00 Men (includes u/17s)
Riders must have a current Cycling Australia License.
Information is available here:
1 – 5th Overall
1st in Grade A – F
1st – 3rd Women’s Race
1st Unplaced Masters rider in Men’s race Cat4 >
1st Woman overall
1st Male overall
From Hobart or North Tasmania take the Midlands High to Oatlands.
The exit from the Highway places you on High Street from both directions.
Rego will be at the TKO Bakery in the Kentish Hotel.
The riders braved very windy Midlands conditions at the race.
The race results for the under 15s were:
1st Rachel Horsham
2nd Hayden van der Ploeg
3rd Alex Caporelli
The results for the seniors race are below.
To be able to show the race results overall and the actual ride time for the riders the race was set up as a 2 lap race.
Lap 1 was the time from the start of the race til the riders crossed the start line – i.e the handicap.
Lap 2 was the ride time back to the finish line.
A big thanks to the following people to help make this race happen:
Race Director – Andrew Daly.
Sarah Christopher and Dave Buckingham for doing the timing.
Lead and tail car drivers and turn marshals Tim, Nicole and Justin.
Commissaires: Colin Burns, Jenny and Michael Bailey.
Final big thanks to the TKO Bakery for their support.