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! 

September 18, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Want to be part of the F’am? There are times when we regret the name we chose to run our team under. But there are certainly some benefits. One of our favourites is that Van rhymes with a lot of things. We don’t have a Van D’am Van yet.. maybe Volkswagon will support us with one Read More

September 17, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Amy’s Otway Tour – Stage 2 By David Randall Last year at Amy’s Otway Tour, I rode to 24th in the criterium and 12th in the road race, a result that I was really happy with and that must have impressed the team enough for Lachie to sign me for this year. After equalling my Read More

September 15, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Amy’s Otway Tour – Stage 1 Van D’am Racing p/b Butterfields love racing bikes, however, that doesn’t mean that the team doesn’t have its weaknesses. Crits aren’t typically our favourite form of racing – maybe because we are an overly sensible bunch of riders, or maybe it’s a shortage of 30-second power. Throw in some Read More

September 9, 2018
Van D'am Racing

What Running an NRS Team is All About, and Some Key How-tos BY LACHIE AMBROSE It’s been a while since I’ve put pen to paper (or some keyboard appropriate equivalent) and knocked out a blog for the team, which is probably a good thing as it means the boys have been doing their share. This Read More

September 1, 2018
Van D'am Racing

Stage 3 – Tour of the King Valley After a hectic start to the Sam Miranda Tour of King Valley, the boys were happy to be lining up for the highly anticipated stage 3 with all their fingers and toes. The riders were faced with a 115km loop that would take them through 5 dirt Read More