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.In 2017 we aim to continue our push to be the best team locally, in the top five teams nationally and continue our expansion and growth both on and off the bike.

March 28, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Racing and Riding for a Team By Lachlan Darch Admittedly, I don’t have a lot of experience racing either individually or in a team, with only a brief history in the sport, however I have already noticed being in a team has made a huge difference. Not only does it mean I have a great Read More

March 24, 2017
Ethan Egglestone

Venga Australiano! By Ethan Egglestone So after another week of training and studying, I was up for another race in the town of Ereño, being one of the hardest races of the season I was quite nervous. On the drive out the temperature didn’t get above freezing, and all of the alps had a considerable Read More

March 21, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Mansfield Tour Stage 3 Report By Jason Thomason With an intimidating course profile starting at 200m elevation and finishing at the Mt Buller ski resort 1600m, the stage was set for the final queen stage of the VRS Tour of Mansfield. With fine conditions and such a short 46km stage the racing was always going Read More

March 19, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Tour of Mansfield VRS: Day One Report By Matt de Vroet The 2017 Tour of Mansfield kicked off with a lumpy 13.7km time trial. The team performed solidly across the board. With no body expecting to excel up the Mount Buller Climb tomorrow, GC was of no real concern. Our main aim was the afternoon Read More

March 13, 2017
Van D'am Racing

Interview – Iven Bennett By Rob Cumine Team Van D’am Racings Iven Bennet – listed at 186cm, 75kgs  – is a natural strongman.  The 19-year-old has ascended from a novice rider to a university student racing in the NRS. I spoke to Iven in a brief moment of spare time about his experience racing in Read More