Van D’am Racing is South Australia’s only elite under 25 cycling team. Not just focused on results, Van D’am Racing is committed to developing balanced cyclists by providing opportunities for them to not only grow as riders but also members of the wider community. Founded in 2015, the team has consistently improved over the past three seasons taking jerseys and stage wins across Australia. With several exciting new signings - we are looking forward to seeing what the season will offer in 2019! 

May 12, 2019
Van D'am Racing

VDR Battles through the Grafton Photos: Veloshotz Butterfields – Appselec p/b VDR went into the 2019 Grafton to Inverell a little under gunned, the nature of development teams is that it can be hard to have riders ready for some of the longer and harder races on the calendar. We had confidence that four riders Read More

May 10, 2019
Van D'am Racing

VDR Return to Grafton with Ambition Racing across the country can be expensive – particularly when there are no national rounds close to our home base of Adelaide. For this reason, we weren’t able to travel to Grafton for one of the most prestigious races in the country until last year have we started the Read More

April 12, 2019
Van D'am Racing

Van D’am Racing take on Tour of Brisbane With colder temperatures starting to hit the southern states it’s no surprise that most of the team were keen for a trip up to BrisVegas for the inaugural edition of the Tour of Brisbane. The split two days of racing will mark the first time the National Read More

April 8, 2019
Van D'am Racing

Why We Do What We Do Lachie Ambrose As part of my day job, I get to attend a lot of different workshops. Some are a tedious use of time, others provide valuable insights into how we do things, and more importantly, how we should do things. Recently I was fortunate enough to attend a Read More

March 25, 2019
Van D'am Racing

Mansfield Subaru Tour Stage 3 By Daniel Siwek  Stage 3 of the Mansfield Subaru Tour is definitely one for the climbers, finishing on Mount Buller, a 15.1km climb averaging 6.2%. The stage is relatively short at only 47km, but this can be just as brutal as those 100km days, especially when you have 2 stages Read More