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Riders (including those in service roles and guest riders), need to commit to attending Tour de Cure’s scheduled training rides for their respective tour.
You will be provided with a Training Program to assist you in getting physically prepared for tour. As a guide, from the outset of the training program, we would expect riders to be completing 200+km per week, increasing that over time as the tour date approaches.
Also, where a local TDC Training Ride is operating, the team should look to ride routinely with their Tour de Cure Training Ride Group. See details of our scheduled Training Rides here.
Tour de Cure aims to be recognised as the most responsible cycling peloton on Australian roads and ride every tour to our etiquette.
If you are not already familiar with this, please download a copy of our ‘Bunch Rider Rules and Etiquette’ document. This can also be found under the our Rider and Road Etiquette section. Please ensure you train to this etiquette.
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