Stage 2 takes on a new look in 2005, starting at Salisbury's beautiful new civic square and town centre and finishing back in the Barossa town of Tanunda - a race favourite from years past.
Laubman & Pank King of the Mountain fans should head to the 64km mark at Smith Hill, just outside Kersbrook, for this never-before-featured challenge. Smith Hill is no easy task and looks set to become a sister slog to the famous Checker Hill near Gumeracha in the Adelaide Hills.
Recreational cyclists can also go the distance on stage 2 in the 2005 be active Tour, with entry available for all or part of the 150km route. Nearly 1400 people from right around Australia took part in 2004, and numbers are set to rise again for the event's third year.
- Williamstown (SA Lotteries Sprint: 46.8km)
- Smith Hill, near Kersbrook (Laubman & Pank King of the Mountain: 64km)
- Mt Pleasant (SA Lotteries Sprint: 85km)
- Springton (Feed Station)
- Tanunda (women's, men's & veteran's criteriums