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 two seasons. With an expanded and more experienced list, we will continue our push to be in the top five teams nationally in 2018. 

April 15, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Bike Maintenance Tips By Rylan Dowdell After rain and wind cancelled the Milang Classic over the weekend, it is evident that summer is now well over, and the constant bike maintenance battle we all go through during the dirtier months of the year is now upon us. Not only is the weather less inspiring or Read More

April 9, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Race Analysis: Mt. Baw Baw Classic Mt. Baw Baw, feared by many in the Australian cycling community as the toughest climb in the country. It’s renowned for its unrelenting last 6kms of ascent which averages a gradient of 12%. In this race analysis, we wish to offer some insight into the team strategy and the Read More

April 6, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Giving back- Three of a Kind By Matthew de Vroet As many of you know, I will be spending the first half of the season over in Europe racing for Belgian team ASFRA Flanders. Racing has been hard and the weather has been cold but there have been many positives to take away from the Read More

March 27, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Whyalla vs Adelaide  By Daniel Siwek Riding/training in Whyalla for the last 2 years was mentally challenging, to be honest, probably more than it was physically. Given the short supply of roads around the area and the insufficient supply of hills, an Everesting attempt in Whyalla would probably take a couple thousand kms!  For all its Read More

March 19, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Tour of Mansfield Stage Three By Rylan Dowdell Stage 3 of the Tour of Mansfield was a flat out race to the ski resort at the top of Mt. Buller. Coming off a double stage day, and being so early in the season, it was hard to predict how the legs were going to react. We Read More