The 2014 Herald Sun tour – now in its 61st edition – is Australia’s oldest stage bicycle race. It is one of Australia’s heritage sporting events, supported and revered by generations of Victorians and created by Australia’s largest daily newspaper, the Herald Sun. Riders from around the world compete in the Tour, with a long distinguished list of past winners.
With the tour finishing up with Stage 4 on Sunday February 9, Arthurs Seat and the Mornington Peninsula is building as one of the most exciting days on the Australian cycling calendar. With three tough climbs featured in the 120km final stage route for 2014, the action is sure to be hot roadside for a fan favourite day on the hill at Arthurs Seat. Not to mention the many other attractions that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer such as wineries, gourmet eateries, family attractions, national parks, historic locations and beautiful beaches.
Come stay with us down at Havana in Rye and make the most of the weekend. Based in Rye you will be conveniently located for the short drive to Arthurs seat on Sunday, as well as having quick and easy access to the Rye beaches and the well frequented coastal towns of Sorrento and Portsea. Come join us and take in all that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer!
For more information on the 2014 Herald Sun Tour, check out the official web page.