Satalyst Tour of Margaret River

Australian Pro-Am, November 3-8 2015

Satellite Events

  • Oct  9-11th Nannup recon weekend
  • Nov 3rd Olio Bello Melbourne Cup Luncheon and Tour
  • Nov 4th Chocolate Factory Breakfast with Orica-GreenEDGE riders
  • Nov 7th Witchcliffe Vintage Fair and Market
  • Nov 7th Closing Ceremony and Legends Night at Leeuwin Estate
  • Nov 8th Yahava
  • Nov 8th Arimia Luncheon and Wine Tasting


Get Passes


  • Nov 4th Opening Ceremony and Registration – Leeuwin Estate
  • Nov 5th Stage 1  Time Trial  Augusta-Hill View
  • Nov 5th Stage 2  Team Time Trial  Augusta-Hamelin-Witchcliffe
  • Nov 6th Stage 3  Road Race  Nannup-Greenbushes-Balingup-Nannup
  • Nov 7th Stage 4  Road Race  Yalingup-Wilyabrup-Redgate-Witchcliffe
  • Team Entry $1980 (Team of six)
  • Registration opens 1/6/2015 and closes 1/7/2015 or when sold out.



Tour Village

  • Located at the Iconic Leeuwin Estate
  • Featuring displays from Avanti, Trek, BMC, Specialized, Wilier and Giant
  • Numerous other trade displays from cycling, touring and tech companies
  • Nightly food options (pre purchase only)
  • Licensed bar featuring local wines and beer
  • Your chance to get up close and personal with the pro riders of the tour
  • Stage presentations, daily recap with our commentary team and live music
  • Opening times: 4-8pm November 4th, 5th and 7th


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Terengganu to represent Malaysia at ToMR

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One of the most dynamic UCI Continental Teams in Asian, the Terengganu Cycling Team will be heading down under to compete in the 2015 ToMR.  TCT is based in the beautiful and resource rich Terengganu region of Malaysia and since its establishment in 2011 the team has become accustomed to successful results racing in Asian Tours. We don’t have a final team selection yet, but with riders of the calibre of Annuar Mannan, Mohd Nor Umardi Rosdi, Maarten de Jonge and the Salleh brothers in the squad, TCT will have the firepower to have a real impact in November.


Important ruling from UCI regarding ToMR and Motorhomes

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After the recent controversy at the Giro d’Italia surrounding the use of motorhomes and the exchanging of wheels between riders from differing teams, we thought that it would be prudent to write to the UCI and seek clarification on both issues in relation to our tour. Although it could be open to other interpretations, we are taking the ensuing response of “Where the hell is Margaret River?” as confirmation that it will be ok to sleep in a motorhome at ToMR and that it will be acceptable to lend a wheel to a mate without the risk of incurring a time penalty.


Scurlock to lead FDC

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In March of 2015 Lee Scurlock set a new distance benchmark for West Australian riders of 695.6km in cold and wet conditions to win the Delirium 24 Hour Road Race. An absolute Superstar of endurance racing, Scurlock will lead an impressive Fat Duck Cycles team at the 2015 tour as they shoot for a top ten position on GC or better. Scurlock himself may not quite have the bike speed to win the tour, but one thing is for sure; he will get to the final kilometres of each stage with plenty left in the tank. Photo: Georgie Riley – Vineyards 101.


Friend or Foe?

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On paper Stage 1 looks little more than a prologue at just 7.5km, however when you add in some serious gradients this stage will be a lot more challenging than it appears on paper. To add to the intrigue each team will commence the stage together, however every rider will be given their own individual time at the finish line. It raises the question; Will your team work together or will you race each other to the top to establish your GC rider for the rest of the tour?  This ascent will not decide the tour, but with a number of categorised climbs to come in the following days it will show us who the real contenders are. 

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Clarke set to return to Margaret River

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We are very pleased to welcome back Simon Clarke to our Pro Register for the 2015 tour. Simon made a host of friends at last year’s ToMR and his actions during this year’s Giro d’Italia have served only to confirm what we already knew; that he is a great bloke as well as a great bike rider. With a number of other Orica-GreenEDGE riders about to join the Register and several requests to bring partners to Margaret River, ToMR is beginning to look like an end of season trip for our beloved team in green and blue.


Changes to Tour Jerseys

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All teams should be advised that we are changing the way that we award jerseys in the 2015 tour and it could influence the way you put your team together.  The changes reflect a maturing of the race and our desire to find the absolute best riders in each age group. The changes also recognise that we are now one of the largest women’s races in the country by awarding age specific jerseys to female riders as well. Please take a minute to review our provisional list of jerseys for 2015 and send us your feedback. 2015 Jerseys

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Spectator Passes are now on sale

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Other sports thrive because they can sell tickets to spectators, road cycling complains because spectators will not buy tickets…. or will they? It’s early days for our Spectator Pass, but with over 200 sold already we think we are on the way to selling the first 2000 that we have on order from the printers. From our perspective it’s a great way to build a better tour and for cycling fans a ToMR Spectator Pass represents a whole lot of value for a relatively nominal fee.


Locked and Loaded

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We have locked and loaded the stages for 2015 and it’s fair to say that this year’s tour will be very different to 2014. There is definitely more for the climbers and overall we think that we have met the challenge of constructing a more “epic” tour while at the same time managing to make the tour even safer. Perhaps the thing that stands out most about this year’s race is the breathtaking scenery we have been able to incorporate into the stages.  The pictured view is from the early kilometres of Stage 2 that commences with a 420 metre ascent from the floor of the Blackwood Valley.


Join The Beautiful Race

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We are gathering the best people we can to help us make the largest sporting event in Western Australia. If you have a passion for Cycling, Media, Logistics, Photography or even Motorbikes, we could have a place for you on one of our crew or volunteer teams. If you would like to be a part of the tour please send a brief resumé outlining your experience and your particular field of interest or expertise to Applicants from the Eastern States will be considered in addition to those from Western Australia.

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