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.
What is the National Road Series Missing? Following on from the articles I wrote a few weeks ago on the topic (here and here), I think it’s time to throw my thoughts on where domestic cycling in Australia, and in particular the National Road Series (NRS) is struggling. With cycling becoming more and more popular Read More
2016 Mansfield Tour Now I think over time its become general knowledge that sprinters don’t go up hills quickly, but I won’t let that pigeonhole me. Growing up training in the hills and now spending most of my time around Adelaide chasing Rhys through the hills, they are yet to become my friend, but we Read More
2016 Oceania Road Cycling Championships After almost two months without any racing bigger than a club TT or criterium, the team was finally able to dust of the race wheels and break out our Sportful skin and road suits. The 2016 Oceania Road Cycling Championships were the start of what is going to be a Read More
Why Homemade Snacks are the Best Nutrition for Cycling Racing and Training For my first blog, I want to look at the benefits of homemade training/racing snacks over the pre-packaged items which I used to use. Although it is much more convenient to just buy muesli bars to snack on in races and on training Read More
So What is on Offer? Continuing on from last week’s theme, the question has to be asked: what is it that we can offer businesses in return for their investment in our product? The Tradition Traditional sponsorship packages rely on selling mobile billboard space. I still believe this is valid. A prominently located billboard in Read More