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!
2016 Tour of the King Valley Day One Report by Ethan Egglestone Country towns become the temporary home for many cycling teams throughout the National Road Series season, in this case, we have been treated to Wangaratta and the beautiful King Valley. There are benefits and downsides to regional areas hosting cycling races. One issue Read More
2016 Tour Of The Great South Coast Stage 1 Report by Tom Allford Somewhere back in the history books some great leaders decided to mirror the European cycling season, thus putting the Tour of the Great South Coast into the coldest months and making Australian road cycling and the National Road Series a winter sport. This Read More
Running a National Road Series Team on a Budget Anybody who has purchased a bike knows that cycling is an expensive sport. Running a cycling team in the National Road Series takes it to another level again. To race a UCI level event in Asia teams have no costs once they step off the plane. Read More
Balancing Life’s Commitments Staying on top of University, two jobs, and cycling can make balancing life’s commitments a tall task. Last semester I was only working one job and was able to manage it all quite well. Finding the best ways to keep yourself organised is vital in preventing falling behind in any aspects of Read More
Training and Racing Through Three Generations Laurie Pearce, my grandfather, raced competitively on the road and track in the 1950s and 1960s. He first started riding in 1950 when he was 15, racing on the track weekly at Edwardstown Oval for a bit of fun. He soon started being coached by Chips Carpenter, who at Read More