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Next month's 31st Tour of the Riverland will be South Australia's "not-to-miss" regional cycling...
Next month's 31st Tour of the Riverland will be South Australia's "not-to-miss" regional cycling event, according to the otganisers. One hundred and fifty riders are expected to take their place at the starting line to participate in the richest cycling event in the state. The main handicapped race is on Saturday, June 4 with several local riders keen to participate to contest the Tom Perry Memorial Trophy for the first Riverlander across the line and the Bob Fisher Memorial Trophy for the fastest Riverland competitor. Saturday's 90km course will take riders through the district via Berri, in what will be a fast-paced adrenalin rush. A 37km race starting at the Berri Hotel and traveling to Renmark and back will be staged on Sunday June 5. Interested riders should contact the South Australian Cycling Federation or the Norwood Cycling Club.