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 Presentation Dinner

TOUR OF THE BAROSSA PRESENTATION DINNER

What: Official Tour of the Barossa Presentation Dinner
Date: Saturday 3 October 2016
Time: 6pm arrival for 6:30pm sit down
Who: Adults & Kids
Where: The South Australian Company Store
Menu & Cost: TBC - You will be able to purchase your ticket(s) to the Tour of the Barossa presentation dinner shortly.  

 Course Maps & Profile

 Stage 1 

 Course Map


Date: Saturday 3 December 2016

Event Start Time: 2.00pm (There will be a staggered start for riders in accordance to their age group category and entry numbers)

Event Location: Coulthard House 66-70 Murray Street, Nurioopta

Distance: 60km (2 x 30km laps)

Format: Road Race

Entry Numbers: Limited

Registration: 12.00pm – 1.45pm Saturday 3 December 16

Registration Location: Coulthard House

 


Electronic Version


 Course Profile

 



Stage 2


Course Map

Date: Sunday 4 December 2016

Event Start Time: 9.00am (There will be a staggered start for riders in accordance to their age group category and entry numbers)

Distance: 80km – 100km
Format: Road Race

Entry Numbers: Limited

Start Location (80km): Lyndoch Hall 31 Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch

Registration (80km): 7.30am – 8.45am Sunday 4 December 16

Registration Location (80km): Lyndoch Hall

Start Location (100km): Coulthard House 66-70 Murray Street, Nurioopta

Registration (100km): 7.30am – 8.45am Sunday 4 December 16

Registration Location (100km): Coulthard House

 

 


Electronic Version


 Course Profile 


Entries Open: Open Now!

Entries Close: 5pm on Monday 28th December 16

Entry Cost: $50 - $70

 Pricing & Categories

Categories


Age Categories (male)

Stage 1 - Distance

Stage 2 – Distance

19 – 23

60km


100km


24 – 30

60km


100km


31 – 39

60km


100km


40 – 49

60km


100km


50+

60km


80km





Age Categories (female)

Stage 1 - Distance

Stage 2 – Distance

19 – 23

60km


80km


24 – 30

60km


80km


31 – 39

60km


80km


40 – 49

60km


80km


50+

60km


80km



Pricing

First Release

10 October – 22 October Midnight

$50


Second Release

23 October – 13 November

$60


Third Release

14 November – 28 November 5pm

 

$70

 

*Age categories are subject to change after registrations have closed. 

 Family Fun Day & Angaston Christmas Parade

TOUR OF THE BAROSSA FAMILY FUN DAY

There will be plently of FREE activities at the Tour of the Barossa Family Day!

What: Tour of the Barossa Family Fun Day

Date: Saturday 3 December 2016

Time: 11am – 5pm (activities will run from 12pm – 4pm)

Where: Coulthard House, Nurioopta

There will be plenty of FREE activities at the Tour of the Barossa Family Day!

  • Watch riders tackle the Tour of the Barossa from the comfort of your own deck chair or picnic rug.
  • Official kids cheer squad (flags and whistles galore)
  • Mini cycling course for kids (Cycling SA will have bikes on hand)
  • Bring your own helmet to decorate and show off on the course
  • Enjoy some free colouring in at the colouring station
  • Have fun running under the giant parachute
  • Join in outdoor activities including mini soccer and totem tennis
  • Music, food and fun!
  • Raffle tickets available to purchase – all proceeds going towards Cycling Junior Development CSASS Program

 

 FAQ

IS THERE A TIME CUT OFF?

While riders will not be pulled from the races, a green light vehicle will follow the race. Any riders finishing after this green light vehicle will not be included in results. You may continue to finish the race in you have been lapped by the green light vehicle but, you will be doing so without traffic control assistance and must follow the road rules i.e. stopping fully at stop signs.  You will no longer have right of way at stop signs.

WHAT ARE THE AGE CATEGORIES FOR THE EVENT?

Age Categories (Male & Female).

19-23

24-30

31-39

40-49

50+

Please note, age categories are subject to change after registrations have closed.


WILL IT BE A MASS START?

Riders will generally set off in their age groups, however in certain circumstances some age groups may be split whilst others may be combined. Confirmation of wave start times will be sent to participants after registrations have closed.

WHO CAN ENTER?

Whilst anyone who holds an 2017 Under 19 licence or older can enter, it is recommended that all entrants are experienced riding in groups, and are physically fit enough to complete the relevant distance within the allotted time frame, taking into account the difficulty of the course.


WHEN DO ENTRIES CLOSE?

Entries will close at 5pm on Monday 28th November 2016, unless sold out prior.


CAN I ENTER ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT?

No, all entries must be received by 5pm on Monday November the 28th.


WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AGE FOR ENTRY?

You must hold an Under 19 licence as at 1 October 2016, or older to enter the event.


CAN I CANCEL MY REGISTRATION AND RECEIVE A REFUND?

Cancellation requests received prior to Monday the 21st of November 2016 will be entitled to a 50% refund.


WHERE CAN I PARK?

There is no parking available on the event course; however public parking is available on the roads surrounding the course. More information will become available closer to the date of the event.


I HAVE A RIDE MEMBERSHIP WITH CYCLING AUSTRALIA WILL THAT ENABLE ME TO ENTER THE TOUR OF THE BAROSSA OR WOULD I NEED TO UPGRADE TO A RACE LICENCE?

You cannot enter the Tour of the Barossa with a RIDE licence, but can upgrade your licence to A Race licence. At a minimum you must hold a 3 RACE Membership to enter. To purchase a 3 RACE Membership or an annual RACE Membership go to www.membership.cycling.org.au/.


I AM NOT A CYCLING AUSTRALIA MEMBER, DO I HAVE TO JOIN TO BE ABLE TO ENTER?

Yes, if you wish to participate in the Tour of the Barossa, you must take up one of Cycling Australia’s great RACE membership options to keep you covered with their 24/7 cycling specific insurance. You can find out more about membership here www.membership.cycling.org.au/

 Enter Now

RACE THE TOUR OF THE BAROSSA

The Tour of the Barossa is here in 2016!

ENTER NOW and discover the Barossa Valley from your bike in Saturdays 60km Road Race and Sunday’s 80km – 100km Road Race (dependant on age category). This is your chance to chase the Super Series pro’s on two challenging courses, don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to test yourself against the clock and compare your times against the pros by the likes of Alex Edmondson and Rohan Dennis.

Entries are strictly capped, so don’t miss your chance to race the Tour of the Barossa.  

At a minimum you must hold a 3 RACE Membership ($51.20) to enter the Tour of the Barossa. To purchase a 3 RACE Membership or a annual RACE Membership ($167 - $360) go to www.membership.cycling.org.au.

 

 

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN MY ENTRY?

  • Chance to ride the same course as the Elite Super Series riders
  • Take on a challenging (but achievable to your coffee shop cyclists) course
  • Event timing
  • Mechanical support
  • Medical support (if required)
  • Toilets
  • Free access to the Tour of the Barossa Family Day Event
  • Refreshments at an Aid Stations
  • Support vehicles - Lead Car and Sag Wagon (green light vehicle)
  • Police Motorcycle Escorts
  • Closed roads and intersections, course directional signage and marshals at key points

 Terms & Conditions

2016 TOUR OF THE BAROSSA

 

THIS IS AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT. YOU MUST READ IT CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU ACCEPT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS THAT IT CONTAINS. BY COMPLETING YOUR REGISTRATION THROUGH THIS PORTAL, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ, UNDERSTOOD AND AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Terms).

1.    The 2016 Tour of the Barossa (TOTB or EVENT) is owned by Cycling South Australia (CSA) and is organised, administered and managed by CSA. For the purposes of these Terms, CSA are referred to collectively as the Event Organiser. 
2.    The acceptance of these Terms by an applicant for registration in the event (a Rider) and acceptance by the Event Organiser of the Rider's application for registration constitute an agreement between the Rider and the Event Organiser incorporating these Terms (Agreement). 
 
Registration 
3.    The Rider at a minimum must be the holder of a 2017 Under 19 Cycling Australia license from the 1ST October 2016 in order to register for the TOTB. 
4.    The TOTB is an age group racing event for men and women.
5.    The Event Organiser reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to accept or decline an application for registration. 
6.    Registration places for the TOTB are limited in number and applications close on Monday 28 November 2016 at 5:00pm Australian Central Standard Time (ACST) unless sold out prior. 
7.    Registrations will not be accepted after the closing date and will not be accepted on the day of the event, unless agreed by the Event Organiser. A $10.00 processing fee will be applicable to any late entry accepted.
8.    The Rider must provide their contact details and the contact details (including a valid Australian telephone number) for an emergency contact (e.g. next of kin) so that the Event Organiser can contact that person if the Rider is involved in an emergency situation. 
9.    At the time of registration, the Rider must select their age category. 
10. Riders are only permitted to ride human powered bicycles in the TOTB. Motorcycles, scooters and motorised and power-assisted bicycles/vehicles are not permitted. 
11 (a). Full payment of the registration fee is required to confirm Rider registration. 
(b) To be eligible to participate in the TOTB, the Rider must be a current Cycling Australia Member at time of registration and on the day of the event.
12. All prices are quoted in AUD per person and are inclusive of Goods and Services Tax. 
13. All information provided to Riders by the Event Organiser may be subject to change at any time and is at the absolute discretion of the Event Organiser. 
 
Communications 
14. All TOTB related communication prior to the event will be made via email or post. The Rider must provide a valid postal address and a valid email address at the time of registration. The Rider must notify the Event Organiser of any change to their contact details by sending an email to sa.info@cycling.org.au
15. The Rider must review the contents of the TOTB website (www.sa.cycling.org.au/tourofthebarossa) before submitting an application for registration and immediately before participating in the event. 
 
Rider Health and Safety 
16. The Rider must participate in the event in a safe and responsible manner, using common sense at all times, and obeying South Australian road rules. 
17. The Rider must exercise caution on the course, obeying to traffic marshals and police. Riders need to ride and behave courteously towards other road users, including support vehicles, other bicycle riders and pedestrians/spectators. 
18. The Rider must use a roadworthy bicycle and helmet which comply with standard South Australian road rules and regulations and are in good working condition. 
19. The Rider must ensure they are capable of riding the distance of both courses. It is the responsibility of the Rider to ensure they are medically and physically fit and able to participate in the event and that they have undertaken adequate training and preparation. 
20. The Event Organiser will be providing some water at Aid Stations around the course, however the Rider is responsible for ensuring they bring adequate food and drink to meet their entire individual ride nutritional requirements. 
21. The Rider must disclose to the Event Organiser any pre-existing medical or other condition that may impact on their participation in the event or that the Event Organiser should be aware of. The Rider consents to any such information being collected by the Event Organiser and being disclosed to the event medical team and used for the purposes of the TOTB. 
22. The Event Organiser will not ask a Rider to cease participation if the Rider is unable to complete the course in the prescribed time limit. A green light vehicle will follow the road races. If a rider is passed by the green light vehicle, the rider will no longer be competing in the race. If a rider is passed by the green light vehicle, the rider will not receive a time or placing. A rider passed by the green light vehicle is able to finish the race by obeying the road rules noting riders will not have right of way at stop signs and traffic marshals may not be present to direct traffic.
23. Private rider support vehicles are not permitted on the ride. The Event Organiser will provide support vehicles including SAG wagons, medical support.
24. If during the TOTB a Rider becomes ill or is injured, the Event Organiser will endeavour to arrange medical transport (usually in an ambulance). Any medical transport will be at the Rider's own expense. 
25. The Event Organiser reserves the right to remove any persons from the event where it considers it necessary to do so for health and safety or any other reason. 
26. The Event Organiser reserves the right to alter, cancel or amend the course due to an emergency, inclement weather, extreme heat or any other operational needs prevailing at the time. These decisions are always made in the interests of health and safety. It may be necessary to alter or amend event itineraries and other arrangements from those published. 
27. If the TOTB is cancelled for emergency reasons, the cancellation process will be undertaken in accordance with the CSA Emergency Management Plan and in accordance with any advice or directions from Emergency Services personnel. 
 
Cancellation, Transfer and Refunds 
28. All registration cancellations received by the Event Organiser on or prior to Monday 21 November 2016 at 5:00pm ACST will be entitled to a 50 per cent refund of registration fees paid. 
29. All cancellations received after Monday 21 November 2016 at 5:00pm ACST will not be entitled to any refund whatsoever. 
30. If the TOTB is cancelled by the Event Organiser on or prior Monday 21 November 2016 at 5:00pm ACST all participants will be entitled to a full refund, less an administration fee of $10.00 
31. Other than in accordance with paragraphs 28 and 30, and subject to paragraph 32, the Rider will not be entitled to any refund whatsoever, unless otherwise determined by the Event Organiser in its absolute discretion. In particular, the Rider will not be entitled to a refund if the TOTB is cancelled due to extreme weather conditions. 
32. Notwithstanding paragraph 31, in the case of Force Majeure, the Event Organiser may, at its absolute discretion, offer a partial or full refund to the Rider. For the purposes of this paragraph 32, Force Majeure means a circumstance, event or cause beyond the reasonable power and control of the Event Organiser, including (to the extent it is beyond the reasonable power and control of that party) acts of God, storm, tempest, fire, act of public enemies, civil commotion, strikes, lockouts, stoppages, restraint of labour or other similar acts, power or water shortage, or acts or omissions of any government or governmental authority. 
33.  The Rider acknowledges that their registration is not transferable to other people under any circumstances. Any attempt to transfer the Rider's registration or to allow another person to participate under the Rider's name may result in the Rider's registration being cancelled without refund. 
 
Acknowledgement of Liability and Risk 
34. The Rider acknowledges and agrees that participation in the TOTB is inherently dangerous and that the Rider participates at their own risk. The risks associated with participating in the event include, but are not limited to, the risk that: 
a)    the Rider may be involved in a collision with people, animals, vehicles and/or other objects; 
b)    the Rider may lose his/her balance; 
c)    the Rider may suffer from the effects of heat, cold, wind, rain and other weather conditions; 
d)    the Rider may suffer from physical exertion; 
e)    the Rider may become separated from the cycling group during the event; and 
f)     the Rider may fall from their bicycle, 
and these risks may result in the Rider suffering from harm including, but not limited to physical or mental injury, disability, death, property damage or economic loss. There are other risks to which the Rider may be exposed during the event. It is the Rider's responsibility to ensure that he/she wears appropriate protective clothing and safety equipment, including a helmet in accordance with paragraph 18. 
 
35. The Event Organiser strongly recommends that all Riders take out health insurance, ambulance cover and travel insurance (if applicable) to cover their participation in the TOTB. 
36. The Event Organiser has arranged limited insurance cover which may apply to the Rider if the Rider has a current Cycling Australia membership. This insurance is intended to complement the Rider's own insurance cover and may provide the Rider with some protection for loss, damage or injury suffered during participation in the event. However, the Rider acknowledges and accepts that insurance taken out by the Event Organiser may not provide full indemnity for loss, damage or injury that may be suffered during participation in the event, and that the Rider may have to pay the excess if a claim is made by the Event Organiser on the Rider's behalf. The Rider agrees that the Rider's insurance arrangements are the Rider's responsibility and that the Rider will arrange any additional coverage at their own expense after taking into account their personal circumstances. For full policy information, the Rider should contact Cycling Australia by telephone on (03) 9998 6810 or by email to membership@cycling.org.au. 
37. Nothing in these Terms is intended to exclude, restrict or modify any term, condition, warranty, guarantee, right or remedy (including but not limited to a guarantee under the Australian Consumer Law) which cannot lawfully be excluded, restricted or modified. 
38. The Australian Consumer Law contains guarantees that give consumers certain rights in relation to goods and services that they acquire. These guarantees cannot be excluded, restricted or modified except in certain circumstances. Section 139A of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (the CCA) permits a term of a contract for the supply to a consumer of recreational services to exclude liability of the supplier for death and personal injury arising from the failure to comply with a guarantee provided by sections 60 to 62 of the CCA. To the extent permitted by section 139A of the CCA, the Rider acknowledges and agrees that the Event Organiser excludes all liability in connection with the supply of recreational services for:
a)    death; 
b)    physical or mental injury; 
c)    the aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of a physical or mental injury; 
d)    the contraction; aggravation or acceleration of a disease; and 
e)    the coming into existence, aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of any other condition, circumstance, occurrence, activity, form of behaviour, course of conduct or state of affairs in relation to an individual, that is or may be harmful or disadvantageous to the individual or community, or that may result in harm or disadvantage to the individual or community, resulting from a failure of the Event Organiser to comply with a guarantee in sections 60 to 62 of the Australian Consumer Law. 
This exclusion of liability does not apply where a significant personal injury is caused by the reckless conduct of the Event Organiser in accordance with section 139A of the CCA. 
39. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the operation of the Wrongs Act 1958 (Vic) is excluded in relation to all and any rights, obligations and liabilities of the Rider or the Event Organiser under this Agreement whether such rights, obligations or liabilities are sought to be enforced as a breach of contract, claim in tort (including negligence), in equity, under statute or otherwise at law. 
40. Without limiting the generality of paragraph 39 the rights, obligations and liabilities of the Rider and the Event Organiser (including those relating to proportionate liability) are as specified in this Agreement and not otherwise whether such rights, obligations and liabilities are sought to be enforced by a claim in contract, in tort (including negligence), in equity, under statute or otherwise at law. 
 
Indemnity 
41. The Rider releases and indemnifies each of the Event Organiser and each of their officials, servants, representatives, agents and sponsors (and any of their respective representatives) (each an Indemnified Person) from and against any claim, loss, damage, liability, cost and expense that may be incurred or sustained by the Event Organiser and each other Indemnified Person arising out of any act, matter or thing done, permitted or omitted to be done by the Rider in relation to the TOTB. 
42. The release and indemnity in paragraph 41 is given by the Rider in favour of the Event Organiser and each other Indemnified Person. It is acknowledged that:
a)    the relevant commitment is given by the Rider for the benefit of the Event Organiser with the intention that they are entitled to rely on and enforce the relevant commitment; 
b)    the benefit of the relevant commitment is held by the Event Organiser on its own behalf and as trustee for each other Indemnified Person. 
 
Privacy 
43. The Event Organiser collects, uses, discloses and otherwise handles the Rider's personal information in accordance with the terms of its Privacy Policy (available at: http://www.cycling.org.au/Portals/10/Rules%20and%20Policies/CA%20Privacy%20Policy.pdf  All information remains the property of CA. 
44. CSA may use and disclose the Rider's personal information for the following purposes: 
a)    in order to conduct the TOTB event in a safe and effective manner;
b)    in order for any sponsors/charity partner of the TOTB to benefit from their sponsorship/involvement of the event; and 
c)    in order to publish the Rider's name on the TOTB website, or to cause for the Rider's name to be published in any publication that lists the Rider as a participant in the event. 
If the Rider does not provide their personal information to the Event Organiser then it may not be possible for the Rider to participate in the TOTB.
45. Without limiting paragraph 44, CSA may disclose the Rider's personal information to: 
a)    The Barossa Council
b)    Any sponsor of the TOTB; 
c)    the official event photographer; 
e)    any designated event timing company; and 
f)      the medical team;
 
General 
46. The Agreement is governed by the laws of the state of South Australia. In relation to it and related non-contractual matters, each party irrevocably submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts with jurisdiction there. 
47. The Agreement (and the documents to which it refers, including the TOTB website) constitutes the entire agreement between the parties in respect of the event and supersedes all other agreements, understandings, representations and negotiations between the parties. 
48. If any provision of the Agreement is illegal, void, invalid or unenforceable for any reason, all other provisions which are self sustaining and capable of separate enforcement will, to the maximum extent permitted by law, be and continue to be valid and enforceable. 
49. To the maximum extent permitted by law, unless expressly provided in these terms and conditions, all implied terms, conditions, warranties and any other additional obligations are excluded from the Agreement. If any legislation implies into these terms and conditions any term, condition, warranty or additional obligation that cannot be lawfully excluded, then that term, condition, warranty or additional obligation will be included in the Agreement only to the extent required by the relevant legislation, but each party’s liability in respect of any breach of that term, condition, warranty or additional obligation will be limited to the maximum extent (if any) permitted by that legislation. 

Acknowledgement 
50. By accepting these terms and conditions, the Rider acknowledges and agrees as follows: 
a)    The Rider has carefully read, understood and agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions of registration. 
b)    All information provided by the Rider to the Event Organiser is true and correct. 
c)    The Rider agrees to obey the road rules of South Australia during the TOTB.
d)     If the Rider is found to be littering on the course, the Rider will be subject to the standard litter laws of South Australia. 
e)    The Rider may be photographed or filmed during the event and consents to the Event Organiser (or its representatives) using the Rider's picture or likeness contained in any photographs or film for publicising the event, for promoting any future ride or event to be staged by the Event Organiser, or for promoting CSA. 
f)      The Rider consents to the Event Organiser collecting and adding the Rider's personal information to the relevant mailing lists managed by the Event Organiser, and acknowledges that the Event Organiser may use the Rider's personal information to communicate important event information to the Rider. 
g)    The Rider consents to receiving emails from the Event Organiser or official sponsors or partners of the event, including emails that promote the Event Organiser, the official sponsors or partners or other events. The Rider may opt-out of receiving such emails at any time by following the instructions given in an email. 
h)    The Rider will not participate in the TOTB unless the Rider has trained and prepared appropriately for the event. 
i)      The Rider will ride in a safe and responsible manner at all times.
j)       The Rider agrees to abide by all traffic laws and any directions given by the police, Event Organiser, marshals or any official event personnel. 
k)    The Rider acknowledges that their application to enter the event will be accepted upon notification by the Event Organiser. 
l)      The Rider will be bound by, and agrees to comply with, such rules, terms and conditions as may be imposed by the Event Organiser with respect to the conduct and management of the event. This includes but is not limited to competition and all relevant rules, regulations, policies and codes of conduct, each as amended from time to time. The Rider understands that if the Rider fails to comply with any rules or directions, the Rider will not be permitted to participate or to continue to participate in the TOTB and no refund will be given. 
m)  The Rider acknowledges that participation in the TOTB, including undertaking cycling activities on public roads used by other traffic or otherwise, involves risks and hazards and is therefore inherently dangerous. The risks specifically associated with participation in the TOTB include but are not limited to physical exertion, risk of falling, risk of colliding with other riders or road users, encountering hidden obstacles or varying terrain, risk of injury from any failure of the bicycle or any of its components or inclement weather conditions. The Rider acknowledges that incidents may occur resulting in personal injury, property damage, and/or death.

Acceptance of these terms and conditions is indicated by your completion of this registration and use of the TOTB website www.sa.cycling.com.au/tourofthebarossa
 Personal Information Collection Notice

CA’s privacy policy (available from http://www.cycling.org.au/) includes important information about CA's collection, use and disclosure of individuals' personal information, how individuals can access or seek correction of their personal information, how they can complain about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles and how CA will deal with a complaint of that nature.

 2016 Tour of the Barossa
The 2016 Tour of the Barossa 3 - 4 December 16 is your chance to test yourself in the iconic Barossa Valley, taking on The Vine Inn Classic 60km road race and the Barossa Region 80km - 100km road race.
 
This is your opportunity to ride the exact course the professional riders will tackle in their attempt to be crowned the 2016 Super Series Champion. The Tour of the Barossa falls on the last two days of the Cycling South Australia Super Series, making the Tour an experience you won't want to miss. 
 
Whether your goal is a personal one, to test yourself against our two challenging courses or race with your mates, the Tour of the Barossa has something for you.

So what are you waiting for? Get your racing buddies, friends and family together and enjoy 2 days of amazing racing and spectating. The Tour of the Barossa is a festival of cycling is for the whole family, come for Saturday's Family Fun Day (including free cycling and other kids sport activities) or eat, laugh and relax at Tour of the Barossa Presentation Dinner with special cycling guests. 

At a minimum you must hold a 3 RACE Membership ($51.20) to enter the Tour of the Barossa. To purchase a 3 RACE Membership or a annual RACE Membership ($167 - $360) go to www.membership.cycling.org.au.

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