TDG – 3rd November 2018


SATURDAY 3rd November 2018

Registration now open!! Click here to register

There is no other South West touring event like the Tour de Gracetown and now in its 13th year – it grows from strength to strength.


We are proud of the fact that we are probably one of the original Western Australian based ride events that donate our proceeding to local charities.  To make it uniquely Australian – the entire event management team as well as associated companies working towards the success of TDG are also Australian and we ensure that our event contributes to the local infrastructure and the economy.1V9A4922_WM_Resized_WEB

We are definitely not a road race but instead a social community ride for charity – and we have since 2015 created realistic average speed groups so that riders who are signing up can self-seed themselves and also invite their friends to sign up appropriately.

We recently conducted a survey among our participants over the years and we have tailor made the November 2018 event to suit your needs.

For example:

1.       The Caves Road sector will remain neutral per Road Traffic permits and for safety reasons with our signature Safety Vehicles travelling at the agreed speed of 25 km/h.

2.      For safety reasons, there will still be the required Rosa Brook stopover for the rest before commencement and also for traffic management reasons along Bussell Hwy and Caves Road for the return journey.

3.       The event will complete at Gracetown itself with no additional adjournments to any wineries.

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 colors 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 Glen Parker Cycles, the Bike ValetETIXX Hydration and the Perth Integrated Health Cycling GroupCafé 2 U Kenwick Maddington, Reids MeatsThe Good Grocer and Perth Integrated Health sports medicine,  They have together combined their expertise and experience to ensure that this TDG will be one to celebrate with the somber focus that our ride event is for a cause and that of women suffering from cancer.

We will be hosting Training Rides for TDG 2018  where we will train riders to accomplish the TDG 55 km which is for developing and progressive riders and TDG 110 km which is for established and endurance riders.  We will cater training for both but you will need to indicate your interest in the registration column.

Those with GPS enabled computers can also look forward to the provision of turn by turn GPX and TCX files and we are making arrangements to ensure that the Bike Valet will be available for those wishing to do the 55 km distance and still have transportation back to where we will be hosting our celebrations!


APPLECROSS, TEL: 08-93648626

TDG 2018 comes also with a lot of value added benefits to thank you for your support.

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Please FOLLOW the developments of Tour de Gracetown leading to the event and afterwards for photos here:

Registrations remain OPEN till Friday the 2nd November 2018.  All who register AFTER the 25th Oct 2018 will be subject to a Late Registration Fee of $30. On-day registration is also LIMITED to between 6 am to 630 am and also Late Registration Fee will apply.

To avoid disappointment please ask your friends and team mates to register now here:

Listed below are various guides, information packs and bike computer maps to assist riders (and spectators) for the upcoming November TDG.

Information Sheets:

Bike Computer Files