The Santos Festival of Cycling will be holding a public time trial on the iconic Willunga Hill

Richie Porte is the King of the Mountain at Willunga and the public are invited to beat his time of 6.34.
Richie Porte is the King of the Mountain at Willunga and the public are invited to beat his time of 6.34.

Register now to participate in a Trek Cycling Time Trial on the iconic Willunga Hill on Saturday, January 23.

The Santos Festival of Cycling will be holding a public time trial.

Commencing at 8am the event is open to all cycling enthusiasts who want to take on the challenge of Willunga Hill and pit themselves against Richie Porte's record time of 6.34.

Entries for this event will be limited and participants can secure their place on the start-line.

The Trek Time Trial Willunga Hill event will have prize money up with $500 for the winning male and female, plus crowning rights of being the Queen and King of the Trek Time Trial: Willunga Hill.

Richie Porte supporters at the 2020 Tour Down Under on Willunga Hill.

Richie Porte supporters at the 2020 Tour Down Under on Willunga Hill.

All riders who compete in this race will also enjoy a special post-race rider experience which will include food and drinks.

Participants and spectators can then stay to enjoy all the road cycling action from one of the many vantage points for when the Women's race kicks off at 10am departing from d'Arenberg Winery and making their way through the course to finish at the iconic Willunga Hill.

This exclusive opportunity will give 150 serious riders the chance to grind it out for the title of King or Queen of the mountain on one of South Australia's most iconic climbs.

Riders will compete on the fully closed hill from 8am until 9:30am on Saturday, January 23.

Someone will be crowned King or Queen of the Hill, with prize money and trophies up for grabs.

Ticket holders to the Willunga Hill Time Trial will also have access to the finish line for the Be Safe Be Seen Stage 3 finish line.

For all information on racing, participant events, and festival information visit: tourdownunder.com.au

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