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Cyclists head off from starting line in the Cadel Evans People's Race

4 November 2022

Are you a cyclist? Win a ticket to participate in the 2023 Cadel Evans People’s Ride!

At the beginning of the new year, thousands of riders will line up and take on the 2023 TAC People’s Ride.

As part of the annual Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, the People’s Ride will return after two years to give cyclists of all ages and abilities a chance to ride alongside the 2011 Tour de France winner. This is your opportunity to revisit the great outdoors and experience Australia’s world-famous coastline on two wheels.

Win a ticket to ride!

Deakin University, as an official partner of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and the Deakin University Elite Women’s Road Race, is giving five lucky students a free ticket to participate in the TAC People’s Ride (valued at $185)

With courses to suit all abilities, you can take your pick from three distances (35km, 50km or 125km). As part of your free entry, you will also receive a rider pack containing a jersey and other associated items.

Please note you must be a competent cyclist and have your own bike to participate in this event. You can read the rider information here, which includes tips for preparing for the race, what to bring on the day and course maps.

The 2023 TAC People’s Ride
Saturday 28 January 2023, from 7am
Begins at Steampacket Gardens, Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong VIC 3220
Geelong, Barwon Heads, Torquay and surrounds

To enter the competition, simply fill in the form below. Entries close at 5pm on Thursday 24 November 2022. Winners will be selected at random after the close of the competition and their names will be published on this Deakin Life blog on Monday 28 November 2022.

We’re for women’s sport

Deakin is committed to inspiring women to achieve at the highest possible level, on and off the field. Our partnership with the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, as naming rights sponsor of the Deakin University Elite Women’s Road Race, cements our position as a leading supporter of women’s sport.

Banner credit: Getty Images.

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