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.In 2017 we aim to continue our push to be the best team locally, in the top five teams nationally and continue our expansion and growth both on and off the bike.

November 19, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Appselec Joining the Ride  The end of the 2017 season signals the start of major announcements, both on and off the bike for Van D’am racing. After our most successful season yet, we are already looking forward to improving further in 2018. Melbourne based electrical construction company Appselec has come on board for the 2018 season. Read More

November 6, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Science in Sport Interview By Rob Cumine Competitive cycling is complicated enough when you consider the myriad of factors involved in a perfect training and nutrition plans. When you add in the difficulty of designing the perfect nutrition plan to complement your training, things really get confusing. And very few people actually know how to Read More

October 16, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Australia’s most Prestigious race, the Melbourne to Warrnambool, has been run and won! The Melbourne to Warrnambool has been held since 1895, and as such is the second oldest race in the world. At one stage it was the longest bike race in the world at 300km, but due to route changes and bigger freeways being Read More

October 13, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Van D’am Racing eager to make a mark at the Melbourne to Warrnambool Van D’am Racing p/b Butterfields are ready for their final NRS race of the season with the 102nd Melbourne to Warrnambool. The second oldest race in the world after the prestigious European classic Liege Bastogne Liege, the huge 277km race is the Read More

September 27, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Battle Recharge: Day 2 Report By Ben Andrews Stage 3 saw the Van D’am boys tackle a 129.2 km course, consisting of 3 laps of 43 km. The course was overall quite flat with two punchy bergs at the end of each lap, both being influential on the outcome of the race. The forecast the Read More