As the Australian Team Championships, the Tour of Margaret River is the ultimate experience for your cycling team. The unique format of the Tour means that amateur cyclists can compete directly against riders from the pro tour peloton. Designed especially for teams, TOMR is a highly tactical race where competing teams accumulate time in a way specific to each stage. Simply put, there is no other race on the world cycling calendar quite like TOMR.

With over 100 teams participating every year (180 in 2021!), TOMR is one of the largest competitive road cycling events in Australia. Teams are seeded into divisions via the stage 1 Team Time Trial, and then compete for trophies and awards within their division of 60 racers. We are proud to have one of the largest fields of women racing in the country. With open and all-female classifications, and a participation category, we have options to suit all. The 2022 TOMR will be held from Nov 4 to 6.

History of Cycling Eventures
In 2009, Margaret River farmer and keen amateur cyclist, Brendon Morrison, decided to hold a little bike race, and he named it the Tour of Margaret River. Even though there were only 30 riders and five teams that first year, the format was a hit and word got around. Cycling Eventures was established and the Tour became an annual event that grew from strength to strength. With events such as Lighthouse to Lighthouse, Delirium 24 Hour Race, the Tour of Margaret River, DIRT, SEVEN and now the Tour of WA, Cycling Eventures has become one of Australia’s most successful cycle event organisations

Still proudly 100% Western Australian owned and operated, Cycling Eventures has a core team of two staff (Brendon and Rebecca), and a dedicated team of passionate volunteers and contractors who give their time and energy every year to make sure our events are safe, well organised, beautiful and unforgettable.