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Ziptrak® Men's Stage 1: Tanunda to Tanunda
ABOUT MEN'S Ziptrak® STAGE 1
We’re heading back to the beautiful Barossa for the 144-kilometre Ziptrak Men’s Stage 1 – the second longest in our 2024 race.
The world’s best will complete three loops through the region, visiting Seppeltsfield, Greenock, Nuriootpa and Angaston along with Tanunda. There’s plenty of great vantage points – choose yours and settle in for the afternoon (with local food and wine on hand, of course!).
Three passes of local landmark Mengler’s Hill are slated for this opening stage, along with two Ziptrak sprints through Angaston. Feel the rush as the men storm home.
STAGE IN DETAIL
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Ziptrak® Sprint #1
24.5km, Murray Street, Angaston near Penrice Road
Ziptrak® Sprint #2
73.9km, Murray Street, Angaston near Penrice Road
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Road Closures and Parking Restrictions
A list of road closures and parking restrictions in place for each day of the 2024 Santos Tour Down Under.
Spectator Travel Guide
Getting to the Stage
Find out the best way to get to the race start and finish, whether it be by car, bike, ride share or on our spectator bus.
We've pulled together an itinerary which makes it easy for you to explore the beautiful Barossa region while catching a glimpse of the peloton.
Hosted by The Barossa Council
We thank The Barossa Council for hosting Ziptrak® Men's Stage 1 and for their invaluable contribution to the Santos Tour Down Under.
The Santos Tour Down Under organisers advises that there will be low level helicopter operations between 12 and 21 January for the purpose of broadcast and media operations for the event. The flight plans have been reviewed and approved by the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority and will occur strictly for the purpose of broadcasting the 2024 Santos Tour Down Under.
The Santos Tour Down Under acknowledges and respects Aboriginal people as the state’s first people and nations, and recognises Aboriginal people as traditional owners and occupants of South Australian land and waters. In particular we would like to acknowledge Kaurna Peoples and their ancestral lands on which our event takes place.