TourDe Gracetown brings together riders for the South West’s Premier social bike ride.TdG March 2015-11

Tour de Gracetown have joined with the  Ladybird Foundation to provide charity funding towards women’s breast and gynecologic cancer research in Western Australia. In WA each year, 1500 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and 420 women are diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer (ovary, uterus, cervix, etc). These conditions touch the lives of many Western Australians.

Click here to learn more about the Ladybird Foundation Project and understand how the charity funds are used.

Read more about the Ladybird Foundation and their dedicated team on their website at Ladybird website.


Dedicated Ladybird foundation team

Tour De Gracetown 2017 is proudly sponsored by signature sponsor
Rotary Club of Belmont

Grace Farm have kindly offered a 15% discount for wine purchased online for all TDG event staff and riders (or at tasting by appointment) between Friday 27th October to Friday 3rd November.

gflogoWe will also be raffling 12 bottles of Grace Farm SBS 2016 (kindly donated by Grace Farm) at the end of the TDG ride. So hang around after the ride and try your luck at winning this fabulous case of wine.


PIHC have also donated  a Polar OH1 HR device valued at $119 to be raffled at the TDG event.


Tickets will also be available for purchase when collecting your Timing Chip at $5 per ticket.
The Lucky Draw for the 12 bottles of wine and Polar will be drawn by members of the TDG Board at 1 pm on the Saturday 27th Oct at the TDG Event - you have to be present to win it

Registrations for October 2017 is now OPEN!! – Register Here or see our Events page for further registration details.

The annual ride (October) brings riders together to face the challenges of cycling through some of the most spectacular scenery the south west has to offer.

Map-profile Full TdG

110 km

Map-profile Half TdG

55 km

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Half Way Break at Rosa Brook

See our Event page for registration details


TDG have a new ambassador to help promote our fundraising efforts - Amberley Lobo. Come along to one of our events or training rides and meet Amberley.

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TDG Jersey 2017

Women's jersey's

See registration page to purchase.


Tour de Gracetown is well regarded as the first premier cycling touring event in the South West of Western Australia with a rich tradition now in its 12th year.

Cognisant that we are NOT a race and but instead a social community ride for charity – we will in 2017 be creating realistic average speed groups so that riders who are signing up can self-seed themselves and also invite their friends to sign up appropriately.  This will therefore require wave starts where logically we will invite the 110 km distance riders to commence first followed by the 55 km riders.

The commencement times and average speed categories are appended in the sign up section.  We are also encouraging as many groups to attend and ride in YOUR colours whilst at the same time also supporting the charity by pre-purchasing our Event Jersey that you can then use in the course of the year to continually remind the cycling community about the Tour de Gracetown.

We are equally fortunate to have great synergy partners in this year’s event namely Rotary Club of Belmont, Ladybird Foundation and the Perth Integrated Health Cycling Group.  They have together combined their expertise and experience to ensure that the ride event is for a cause – that of children suffering from cancer.

Those with GPS enabled computers can also look forward to the provision of turn by turn GPX and TCX files.

Spread the word and please SHARE the registration link with your friends and remember to LIKE and FOLLOW us on Facebook under Tour de Gracetown.

 Average Speed Categories:

  • 20 to 23 km/h
  • 24 to 27 km/h
  • 28 to 30 km/h
  • 31 to 33 km/h
  • 34 km/h and above

Judging Average Speed
For the sake of planning and training – average speed should be measured over a flat course for a duration of 20 km.  Using other events where the course and terrain is different will make your average speed inaccurate.  Average speed should also be gauged per individual rider effort and not effort conducted within a bunch ride or peleton.

Speed Notation:
Please note that for traffic management reasons we require that all participants must maintain an minimum average speed of 20 km/h as the event will be formally closed within 6 hours of the start and this includes a potential 20 minute rest break along the way.  Riders who do not complete the cut off mark will be required to find their own way back to the start line as the support vehicles will need to press on to cater for the needs of the other riders.

 Participants doing the 55 km distance will have the option of riding back in an organised group format which the organisers will plan and those who nominate the transport of their bikes back by the Bike Valet must also coordinate and plan their return back to the Finish Line.

The Sag Wagon will be sweeping riders off the route once the 6 hours is up and they will be taken the nearest habitable destination on route to find their way back to the Event Finish Line.

 For further information please email