Van D’am Racing is South Australia’s only national level development 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 four 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 2022
Running a cycling team takes quite some effort. Doing it on your own takes even more effort. As such we are excited to adding more people to help; bringing in new ideas and enthusiasm. For 2022 VDR is teaming up with JKT – or more speficifially Caitlin Ward and Josh Harrison. Both are incredibly well Read More
After much soul searching over the past 12 months, VDR is excited to be able to continue our journey in 2022 after what feels like a very stagnant two years. We started 2020 with the trajectory that we finished 2019, a super strong team committed to being one of the best in the country.
Photos Courtesy of Frame & Spear We’ve always emphasised the importance of pathway, and as such we are excited to expand our opportunities to offer more riders more opportunities as part of the 2021 MetroMap Super Series. With the addition of Cat 3 Men, it is only natural for VDR to continue to add to Read More
Grafton to Inverell is not the longest race in Australia, but it is widely regarded as the hardest race. Although last weeks Melbourne to Warnambool is a little longer, as last week demonstrated, if there is no wind, it is a relatively straight forward affair. You will never see a bunch of 70 contesting the Read More
For the second time this year VDR is traveling to the Melbourne to Warrnambool in what will hopefully be a more successful attempt than the first effort in 2021 that was foiled by a COVID lockdown. The Warnie, being longest road race in Australia at just under 270km, is on most rider’s bucket list, where Read More