Wheels are in motion for our technology partnership with Santos Tour Down Under

Wheels are in motion for our technology partnership with Santos Tour Down Under

In January, efex will once again be the Official Technology Partner for the Santos Tour Down Under in Adelaide - the biggest cycling race in the southern hemisphere.

“This event is something we’re really excited to be involved in again. It’s a great opportunity to showcase Adelaide to the world and we get to be right in the heart of the action supporting the tech needs across every stage as well as in the tour village.” 

Nick Sheehan, efex CEO

The efex team are working closely with the Santos Tour Down Under operations team in the lead up to the event, ensuring nothing is left to chance. There’s a lot of planning to ensure the right mix of technology is implemented so everyone’s needs are met at every start and finish line location, the tour village and the operations centre.

efex will also be sponsoring the Queen of the Mountain and King of the Mountain jerseys again in 2024, plus Men’s Stage 2 on 17th of January which travels from Norwood in Adelaide to Lobethal in the Adelaide Hills.

For more information on the Santos Tour Down Under, visit their website.

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