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 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 2020!
Tour of Mansfield Stage 1&2 Race Report By Tristan Saunders Tour of Mansfield is definitely a race for the climbers. Three stages – two of which finish at the top of the mountain it probably shouldn’t have been a race for me. One of the benefits of team racing is that we only needed Read More
Mansfield Tour Preview Butterfields – Appselec p/b Van D’am Racing heads this weekend to the Mansfield Tour, a two-day, three-stage race that culminates with the traditional battle on the slopes of Mount Buller on Sunday. The race is only 137km over three stages but will be one of the toughest of the 2019 Towards Zero Read More
Ethan Egglestone – 2018 Season Personal Review The 2018 season for me was filled with peaks and troughs, and it seemed like there was more time spent recovering from illness/injury than on the bike. I started off with some pretty good form, nationals was a little underwhelming, but after a decent training block through January-March Read More
David Randall races in Tokyo, Japan As mentioned in our most recent blog, Butterfields-Appselec p/b VDR Van D’am often makes a big deal about following best practice, and that includes making a big deal about fostering life skills off the bike through sport. Elite sport doesn’t often have a whole lot of perks, but if Read More
Van D’am Racing sews up a new partnership with BUCK!T Butterfields-Appselec p/b VDR has always prided ourselves on how we go about what we do. We never wanted to be just another cycling team, churning through riders and sponsors chasing token success on the road. We wanted to follow best practice. And we wanted to Read More