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!
VDR is excited to announce our youngest signing for 2020 in Will Golding. At just 18, Will has been a quiet achiever over the past two years. Like many, Will’s cycling journey started as a young child. Progressing through to racing cross-country MTB at a state and national level before switching his focus to the Read More
Coming in hot with a fierce nickname as well as a huge engine, VDR are happy to present our third signing for the 2020 team with Matt Hutchinson joining the roster. Known as “the predator” for his dreadlocks back in the day, Hutchinson comes from a professional triathlon background and has been riding bikes his Read More
Not content with having one Dodwell on VDR, we are excited to add our second with Curtis being the next new rider to be announced for 2020. Like his cousin Rylan, Curtis joins the team from a long cycling family, known throughout the cycling community of South East of SA. Curtis has been a passionate Read More
VDR is excited to announce Lachie Marshall will join the team on a permanent basis in 2020. Marshall guest rode for the team at the Sam Miranda Tour of the King Valley and the Tour of Tasmania, and despite breaking his collarbone in Tassie, has shown more than enough for the team to have confidence Read More
We have unintentionally created the habit of coming up with quite an unorthodox line-up for the season closer at the Shimano Supercrit. Australia’s richest criterium falls at an awkward point of the season for the team with riders well into their nationals build and attempting to lose the kilos and fine tune their climbing rather Read More