L’Étape Australia 2019 Documentary

L’Étape Australia 2019 Documentary

Last November SBS sent a film crew to Jindabyne to capture the essence of L’Étape Australia by Tour de France. The result is a 26-min documentary showcasing the Tour de France atmosphere, the elite race, the thousands of cyclists taking part in The Race and The Ride, our ambassadors, sponsors and the two charities we supported in 2019.

L’Étape Australia joins the NRS

L’Étape Australia joins the NRS

In 2020, L’Étape Australia will join the National Road Series to have an even stronger field of riders represented at the front of The Race. The Wave 0 will now be accessible to NRS teams only as well as to two teams from NSW that will receive wild cards from the organisers.

Zwift Cycling Central Podcast – L’Étape Australia Special Edition

Zwift Cycling Central Podcast – L’Étape Australia Special Edition

Christophe Mallet and David McKenzie spent the weekend at L’Étape Australia, experiencing the Tour de France atmosphere coming to Australia and engaging with their listeners.

L’Étape Australia Race Report – Vlog by Chris Miller

L’Étape Australia Race Report – Vlog by Chris Miller

Chris Miller from Team Nero Continental shares his thoughts about the fourth edition of L’Étape Australia by Tour de France that took place in Jindabyne on Saturday 30 November 2019.

Epic, friendly & challenging – L’Étape Australia by Amanda Spratt

Epic, friendly & challenging – L’Étape Australia by Amanda Spratt

Rolling under the Tour de France finish gantry and being funnelled down to the village reminded me yet again just how special this event is.

What to do on the day of L’Étape Australia – Cycling-inform

What to do on the day of L’Étape Australia – Cycling-inform

Everything you need to know to be ready for the big day is in the 2019 Rider’s Guide, including the Start, Finish and Village located in Jindabyne.

The Family – L’Étape, and a quiet role model – Matt Keenan

The Family – L’Étape, and a quiet role model – Matt Keenan

My favourite ride this year was 32km, slightly downhill, from Bright to Myrtleford, at an average speed of 15kph, getting swooped by half a dozen magpies, starting out at a temperature of zero degrees.

The importance of Tapering for the L’Étape Australia – Cycling-inform

The importance of Tapering for the L’Étape Australia – Cycling-inform

With the bulk of your training now almost behind you, the last four weeks of your training should be focused on shifting your attending from building base and strength to building speed.

The Three week countdown – Matt Keenan

The Three week countdown – Matt Keenan

Admittedly getting ready for L’Étape Australia by Tour de France isn’t going to allow me to do the cycling equivalent of last-minute exam preparation. Cramming doesn’t work for training like it worked at school and university.

Rider’s Guide

Rider’s Guide

Everything you need to know to be ready for the big day is in the 2019 Rider’s Guide, including the Start, Finish and Village located in Jindabyne.