The Tour Down Under will roll down the River Murray for the first time since 2011 with Stage four of the men’s race running from Norwood to Murray Bridge on January 24, 2020.

Competitors will climb from Norwood through the Adelaide Hills, including Mount Pleasant, Birdwood, Mount Torrens and Tungkillo, before rolling down through Palmer and Mannum to Murray Bridge.

The second stage of the women’s race will start on Murray Bridge’s main street on January 17 and head up the hill to Birdwood.

But the biggest drawcard for visitors may be the 2020 Challenge Tour, the public road race, which is expected to bring about 6000 cyclists to Murray Bridge when it finishes there on January 24.

For more information visit: www.tourdownunder.com.au