The race is a handicapped event with club riders having the rare opportunity to race against some elite professionals. Race distance is currently 160km and travels through the picturesque Limestone Coast.
The 100 Mile Classic will depart from Tenison Woods College at 10am. Bunches of riders will depart over the period of one hour, with the junior race commencing after senior riders have departed.
Race distance is 160km with a route weaving a path through Mount Gambier-Tantanoola-Millicent-Glencoe-Mount Gambier-Port MacDonnell and returning to Mount Gambier around 3pm, finishing on Bay Rd, adjacent to the Railway Lands.
The SA State Kermesse Championship is again being held around the picturesque 3.6km Blue Lake Circuit on Sunday, 20 May 2018 from 8am with various races throughout the morning, finishing around 1pm.