Cycling: Classic attracts high calibre

BIG WEEKEND AHEAD: Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee, cycling students Amy Wight, Prue Riddoch, Tess Wight, Tenison Woods College representative Michelle Coote, Mount Gambier Cycling Club president Dean Zeven and secretary Michelle Bennett look forward to the upcoming weekend of events, which kick off with the 100 Mile Classic tomorrow.

THE 82nd Alex Roberts 100 Mile Classic will pedal through Mount Gambier and the surrounding districts tomorrow.

Believed to be the richest handicap race in Australia with a $2000 purse for first place and a total prize pool of more than $14,000, the 100 Mile Classic attracts high calibre riders and teams both nationally and internationally.

While last year’s winner Joseph Cooper will not

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