A top field of local talent lines up for the Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli

With just days until the neutral flag drops on the first Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli a top field of local talent looks set to entertain in a high-stakes shoot out for over $8,000 in cash and $3,000 in product giveaways.

High profile local riders include Ellen Skerritt (Holden Women's Cycling), Lauralea Moss (Gold Coast Cats/ lauraleamoss.com), Rach Edwards (Koiledtineli) and Jessica Toghill (Total Rush/ Hyster) in the Elite Women's field, and Kristian Juel (Team Budget Forklifts) Sam Volkers and Aden De Jager  (Team Scody Down Under), Ryan Macanelly (Bianchi-DCM Arbitrage) and Anthony Collins (Campos-Tele2) in the Elite Men's field.

 Kristian Juel (Team Budget Forklifts) on course at the Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli

Kristian Juel (Team Budget Forklifts) on course at the Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli

 Rach Edwards (Koiledtineli)  on course at the Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli

Rach Edwards (Koiledtineli) on course at the Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli

Spectators are encouraged to visit TradeCoast Central from 6:30am to watch novice riders enjoying a simulated race as part of the Learn to Race program, before racing commences at 7am with Masters, Women, Juniors and Elite to follow.

The finale to an exciting day of racing commences at 1pm with the Elite A Women's and Men's races.

Download the Event Program (including start lists) here

An Event Village featuring product displays from Tineli Australia and TRIshave will be set up all day, and the Kangaroo Point Cycling Club will be offering a trackside barbecue and Belgian Beer Garden for spectators to make the most of a day out.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Brisbane Kermesse powered by Tineli on Sunday the 9th of November for a little piece of Belgium, down under.


Media: club@kpcc.org.au