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.
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
The Approach to 2016 Van D’am Racing p/b Butterfields is not, and is not trying to be, just another cycling team. That’s not to say that other teams, past and present, don’t do things well, but even well and professionally run, successful teams have suffered issues in gathering backing. There are a few things that Read More
CIC-Cervelo Super Series Round Up The inaugural series for the team, and the latest incarnation of the South Australian team series has come to an end. The team had some great results and showed that we shouldn’t be underestimated. However bike racing is a sport full of ups and downs, with things not always going Read More
The Tour Down Under is about to start and with it comes the usual and welcome influx of visitors into Van D’am Racing p/b Butterfields’ home state. After spending many years on the road, the quest to find good coffee and cafes in an unfamiliar town can sometimes be daunting and unrewarding. So that you Read More
Australian Nationals – First Two Days The first two days of racing are done with the team showing some promising signs. The highlight was Rhys Gillett’s 8th in the Elite Men’s Time Trial, a particularly impressive result considering he only started riding again four months ago after a difficult 2015. A detailed report of this Read More