There are some big events going down in July as the calendar starts to ramp back up again, check it out below.
Rounds 5 and 6 of the 2022 AusCycling Cyclo-Cross National Series will go down in the Victorian Goldfields town of Creswick on July 9 and 10, hosted by VOGA Cycling Club. Creswick is the penultimate stop of the CX National Series, which ends in Ballarat on August 7 and 8 before the 2022 AusCycling Cyclo-cross National Championships at GreenValleys Mountain Bike Park in Tongarra, New South Wales on September 17.
With three new event courses across the two days including the introduction of the Specialized AusCycling Gravel National Championships, the 2022 Noosa Enduro festival is back and set to be bigger and better than ever! Taking in some of Noosa’s most spectacular off-road real estate riders will be guided through stunning trails, tracks, mountains and tablelands tackling some of the Sunshine Coast’s most difficult terrain. With elite, mass participation and e-bike categories, Noosa Enduro has something for the avid rider, the beginner and those who just really want to push their limits.
Five BMX Racing state and territory series events hit the gate in July, with the 2022 AusCycling BMX State/Territory Series - NSW/ACT cracking back into action with two rounds at Manning Valley BMX on July 3 and Southlake BMX on July 17. Western Australia's penultimate round will be hosted by Rockingham BMX on July 10, as will Queensland's at Gladstone Harbour City BMX on July 23. The top end rounds out the action for July with the final round of the 2022 HutSix BMX Territory Series - NT going down at Big Rivers BMX.
The AusCycling National Road Series returns in July with a tropical flavour at the Tour of the Tropics in far north Queensland. The NRS last visited Tour of the Tropics in 2019 and was served up the wetter side of life in the far north for Jay Vine's maiden NRS tour win with Nero Continental. The five-stage tour will take place from July 8-10 and includes the second stop of the AusCycling Santini Junior 19 National Road Series as well as the Queensland Junior Road State Championships and open graded racing.
The 2022 AusCycling Elite Teams National Esports Series will be decided in July on Zwift, with the penultimate round taking place on July 5 before the finale on July 19. Will any teams be able to overcome St George Continental in the men and Butterfields Racing Team in the women? Find out by watching the live streams.
For a full list of AusCycling events right across Australia this month, including all state, territory and club events, coaching courses and education, click here.