The event weekend on Saturday 14 September and Sunday 15 September will attract over 18,000 visitors, including over 5000 participants, family, friends and the local community. Alongside this unique event, the Event Village on Lorne’s beach front buzzes all weekend with industry exhibitors, food vendors, music, children’s entertainment and bars surrounding the big screen making it the ideal place for families to relax and for riders to wind down post-event.

Event Village opening times

Saturday 14 September 2019: 10:00am – 4:00pm (Lorne Shop Front Sites and Main Street sites)
Sunday 15 September 2019: 7:00am – 4:00pm (Lorne Shop Front Sites and Main Street sites)

Become an Event Village exhibitor

The Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo Event Village is the perfect opportunity for your brand to gain exposure to a highly engaged, cycling target audience. Demand is strong and sites will be sold on a first come, first served basis notwithstanding the requirements of our official event sponsors. The Event Village is open to all industry wholesalers, retailers and local produce suppliers.

2019 Amy’s Gran Fondo – Exhibitor Information Pack

Register here for your Event Village Site

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Reasons to become an Event Village exhibitor

Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo will again deliver over 18,000 people to Lorne over the event weekend consisting of competitive, recreational and first time cyclists along with their family and friends.

There are many reasons to exhibit including:

  • Launch, promote and sell new products and services to an engaged audience;
  • Bring your brand, product or service to life with onsite promotions that will attract visitors to your
  • Generate new sales leads and contacts by meeting and greeting the thousands of visitors; and
  • Gain exceptional exposure through event attendees, participants and their family and friends along with
    media partners.

Importantly by becoming involved in the event you are supporting the Amy Gillett Foundation and its mission of safe cycling in Australia and vision of zero bicycling-related fatalities.