The Subaru National Road Series is the feature series on the Australian road racing calendar, with teams and individuals competing for national recognition. Welcome to the home of the series with all the latest news, results and rankings.

2014 Subaru National Road Series Next Events

View Results 2014 Melbourne to Warrnambool
Melbourne to Warrnambool  |  11 Oct

The Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classic is an iconic Victorian sporting event being the second oldest one day cycling event in the world and the longest in the Southern hemisphere, having formerly being the longest single day race on the UCI calendar.

View Results 2014 Tour of the Goldfields
Tour of the Goldfields  |  17 Oct - 19 Oct

The Tour of the Goldfields is the final event on the Subaru National Road Series calendar and is sure to see sparks fly in the race to be crowned NRS champion.

View Results 2014 McDonalds Grafton to Inverell
2014 McDonalds Grafton to Inverell  |  25 Oct - 26 Oct

The 54th Grafton to Inverell will take riders on an epic 228 kilometre journey that includes the iconic 18km climb of the Gibraltar Range.

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2014 Subaru National Road Series News

Patrick Bevin joins Avanti Racing
Patrick Bevin joins Avanti Racing

29 October 2014, by Cycling Central
Tour of Tasmania winner Patrick Bevin has signed with Avanti Racing for 2015.

Tim Roe and Sam Spokes sign with Drapac Professional Cycling
Tim Roe and Sam Spokes sign with Drapac Professional Cycling

29 October 2014, by MEDIA RELEASE
Drapac Professional Cycling is pleased to announce that Tim Roe and Sam Spokes will join the squad from 2015.

Cooper crowned NRS champion; Lake takes Grafton
Cooper crowned NRS champion; Lake takes Grafton

25 October 2014, by Cycling Australia
New Zealand’s Joseph Cooper (Avanti Racing) has overcome a mid-season fractured pelvis to be crowned the 2014 Subaru National Road Series champion in Inverell on Saturday.

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