Tuesday, 17 Jan 2017
Tracking for this stage is currently unavailable
The final installment of the Santos Women's Tour for 2017 saw the elite cyclists take on a criterium race at Victoria Park, just east of Adelaide's city centre.
The race began at 6:30pm, with one hour plus two laps covered. Four prime laps were contested along the start/finish stretch.
Kirsten Wild of Cylance Pro Cycling took the stage honours, with Amanda Spratt of ORICA-SCOTT winning the overall GC.
See full race results here.
Things to see and do at Stage 4 of the Santos Women's Tour
Adelaide City Council Tour Village
Walk among the world's best cyclists and test out the latest and greatest in cycling gear at the Adelaide City Council Tour Village. Located in the Adelaide CBD, in Victoria Square, the Tour Village is the heart and soul of the Santos Tour Down Under. This is the place to be for any die-hard cycling fan; immerse yourself in everything cycling and Santos Tour Down Under and experience the thrill of Australia's premier cycling race.
See more of Adelaide by bike
Adelaide city is easy to get around by bike. Hire a free bike from BikeSA and head to the Linear Park bike track, down by the River Torrens. The track is a sealed, off-road path stretching 20 kilometres from the city to Henley Beach. Follow the river as it winds it's way to the ocean, taking you through bushland, wetlands and horses in riverside paddocks. Explore the city centre on two wheels and stop off at one of the many bike-friendly cafes for a caffeine hit.
Returning for the sixth year running, the family-friendly 2017 Tourrific Prospect Street Party will bring Prospect Road to life in a vibrant display of festivities on Tuesday 17 January, from 6pm-11pm. In a one-of-a-kind, free fiesta of music, dance, food and entertainment, the main road is set to be jam-packed with celebrations of the Prospect community's variety, creativity and cultural diversity.