Entries close this Sunday for the Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli

Online entries for the Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli close this Sunday (26 October) for Junior, Master, Elite & Women's races.

Enter now and race alongside top level National Road Series athletes already signed up including winner of the 2014 NRS Amy's Otway Classic Ellen Skerrett (Holden Women's Cycling), winner of the 2014 UCI Tour of Hokkaido General Classification Josh Prete (Budget Forklifts), plus a strong contingent of the Team Budget Forklifts Professional Cycling Team fresh from their Team Classification win at the 2014 NRS Melbourne to Warrnambool and plenty of current and past Australian and State Champions.


Ellen Skerrett (Holden Women's Cycling)

Photo: Con Chronis Photography

Josh Prete (Budget Forklifts Professional Cycling Team)

Photo: PhotoCo

Budget Forklifts Professional Cycling Team

Photo: Team Budget Forklifts


Don't miss your chance to race a brand new technical street circuit race in an unbeatable location with an $11,000 prize pool including $8,000 in cash and $3,000 in products paying to 4th place plus primes in every grade.

This never before raced spectator friendly 3.5km circuit just minutes from the city at TradeCoast Central Eagle Farm features long straights, wide roads and perfect hot mix bitumen.

Don't be fooled- this race is no walk in the park! We've arranged three hairpins, two 6% power climbs, tight technical turns, a finish line immediately following a hairpin bend and primes in each grade to guarantee fast, exciting and rewarding racing!

Join us on Sunday 09 November for a little piece of Belgium, down under.

Enter online now!


> More information on this iconic event can be found on the official Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli website.

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Online entries are now available through Cycling Queensland.


Media: club@kpcc.org.au