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! 

December 26, 2018
Van D'am Racing

2018 In Review: Part I By Lachie Ambrose With 2018 almost done, we feel like we stuffed more into it than we jam into our bike bags to hit the one bag domestic baggage allowance limit. Starting in January, with the Fed Uni Road Nationals, flowing through the VRS, NRS and a packed local scene Read More

December 21, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Saunders joins Van D’am Racing With the new year around the corner and the road season about to kick off, Van D’am are excited to announce our final signing for the 2019 season, local Adelaide rider Tristan Saunders. Showing promise and consistency since taking up cycling two years ago, Saunders has risen in the local Read More

December 17, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Dietze Impresses on Team Debut With a few climbers, some young new faces and a triathlete representing the team at the Shimano Super Crit on the weekend, we were optimistic about our chances heading into the race. The final round of the first edition of National Criterium Series would see some hot racing at the Read More

December 10, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Dietze and Agnoletto choose Van D’am Racing Butterfields-Appselec p/b Van D’am Racing are proud to announce two of the most exciting youngsters on the Victorian scene will be joining the team next year. Following on from our recent announcement that Appselec were stepping up as a major sponsor, the team has decided to retain a Read More

December 8, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Tour of Bright – A Grade Stage 3 By Rylan Dowdell Stage 3 of the Tour of Bright is traditionally is the most keenly anticipated stage of the Tour, and this year was no different. We woke up to horrendous weather that was threatening to force the shortening of the decisive climb of Mt Hotham. Read More