The 2017 Goldfields Cyclassic will continue as a two stage handicap race across the Goldfields from Kalgoorlie-Boulder to Menzies and on to Leonora. Riders will be racing across some of the richest and historic landscapes of the Western Australian Goldfields. It’s appropriate that this race also boasts as being “Australia’s Richest Handicap Cycle Race”.

Cycling has been part of the Goldfields since the courier cyclists in the 1890’s carried messages around the Goldfields before the telegraph line came to the region. The 2017 Goldfields Cyclassic & Community Challenge will continue as a two-stage handicap race across the rich and historic landscape of the Western Australian outback from Kalgoorlie-Boulder to Menzies and on to Leonora.

Held over the WA Day long weekend the two-stage event will be run as two individual races. With approximately $20,000 in prize money up for grabs EACH day across a variety of grades this is a marvellous opportunity for both the professional and amateur rider.

Register today and come and experience outback hospitality and friendship and join in the fun and excitement of being part of this historic race.  Check out the 2017 programme HERE

Rider guide available HERE

Big guns join the Cyclassic

Recently retired triple Olympian and Rio silver medallist Jack Bobridge is racing this years Cyclassic. Sydney Olympic Gold medallist Scott McGrory will also be on hand as a VIP guest commentator and filming for his TV show Full Cycle all adding to the theatre of WA’s richest race. McGrory, the winner of the Madison track cycling event with Brett Aitken at Sydney in 2000, and now a respected commentator, will bring his expertise to Kalgoorlie in June.

“I am very excited to be coming to Kalgoorlie for the Goldfields Cyclassic this year, it is such an

historic event and I can’t wait to see it. It’s a unique race for both elite riders and amateurs and I am keen to see how they handle the outback highways. It will be great to see the real WA outback, to visit Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Menzies and Leonora and to

experience this awesome event,” Scott McGrory.

Chas Egan Memorial Menzies Classic

1994 Winner and fastest time: Paul Miller
1995 Winner: Paul Miller – Record time
1996 Winner: Chris Brown – Record time
1997 Winner: Paul Herne
Fastest time: Ryan Suckling
1998 Winner: Bill Merchant
Fastest time: Paul Miller
1999 Winner and fastest time: Tyson Lawrence
2000 Winner: Andrew Sime
Fastest time: Jarryn Poad
2001 Winner: Teague Czislowski
Fastest time: Tyson Lawrence
2002 Winner: Stephen Burrell – Record time
Fastest time: Russell van Hout
2003 Winner and fastest time: Brett Aitkin
2004 Winner and fastest time: Scott Guyton
2005 Winner and fastest time: Benjamin Cureton
2006 Winner and fastest time: Eddy Hollands
2007 Winner: Jason Puls
Fastest time: Robert McLaughlin
2008 Winner: Paul Lamond
Fastest time: David Hind
2009 Winner: Dean Emslie
Fastest time: Luke Durbridge
2010 Winner and fastest time: Stephen Hall
2011 Winner and fastest time:
Anthony Giacoppo: (2:40:52) – Record time
2012 Winner and fastest time: Caleb Ewan (2:54:46)
2013 Winner: Daniel Burke
Fastest time: Alex Smyth: (2:32.05) – Record time
2014 Winner: Sam Wellsford (2:52:54)
2015 Winner: Henry Pennell (2:48.16)

Leonora Golden Wheels

2011 Winner and fastest time:
Steele Von Hoff (2:16:52) – Record time
2012 Winner and fastest time: Ben Hill (2:27:08)
2013 Winner and fastest time:
Alex Smyth: (2:15.57) – Record time
2014 Winner: Craig Davies (2:35:38)
2015 Winner: Martin Depiazzi (2:24.37)