11 May 2017
All cycling sports are now open for registrations for the 16th Australian Masters Games in Tasmania's North West. The beautiful scenery and cycling culture of Tasmania will make for a spectacular week on your bike.
The Gold entry period for BMX, track cycling, road cycling and mountain bike has been extended to Thursday 15 June, if you enter for the Games before then you'll receive:
Bring your bike down on the Spirit of Tasmania and take advantage of the special Australian Masters Games day sail on Thursday 19 October that includes discounted rates:
Can't make the 19 October sail? No worries, the Spirit are providing a 5% discount for all Games participants on all other sailings. Not only is it easy to drive on the boat with bikes in tow, but it is cost effective and makes for a pleasant trip.
You must register for the Games to take advantage of the special day sail and discounted fares. To book, click on the link provided in the Australian Masters Games registration confirmation email.
For more information about the Spirit of Tasmania 19 October day sail, click here.
Photo by MATHEW FARRELL, The Mercury Tasmanian sailor Ted Moule will make his Games debut at the age of 93.
Tim O’Shannessey knows what it takes to compete at the highest level possible and has encouraged cyclists around the country to get on board for the 2017 Australian Masters Games.
If you love getting out for a spin and want to experience grassroots racing with the beautiful backdrop of Tasmania’s North West scenery then enter yourself in the Australian Masters Games.