After a very successful career on the track as a junior (medalling at junior world championships), Peta has turned her focus to the road and is making a big impression. Follow her as she races with the Australian U21 cycling team.
Watch out for this young talent from NSW. Angus Morton has an excellent palmares including an Australian championship, a win at the Jayco bay criteriums and wins in Italy as a junior. Currently riding in Colorado with the RAK Development Squad, you are sure to be entertained by Gussy’s diaries!
A member of the Australian U23 road team, Pat Shaw has proven his ability in races such as the Tattersalls cup and also in Italy. Read Shaw’s entries as he experiences the European culture from his base at the AIS in Varese, Italy.
Joe Lewis narrowly missed out on selection for the Australian junior road team this team but this didn’t stop him. He went on to win some large races in Holland and Belgium over the Australian Winter.
Clay is currently racing in America as an U19 rider, experiencing racing at a new level. The Tasmanian has a strong track background which he uses to his advantage in the US.
NSW sprinter Joel Pearson is making a big name for himself in France, racing against some of the best ProTour teams with success. Joel has taken out many wins this year racing in the French Amateur series.
Mountain goat Tiffany Cromwell has been riding for both the Cola Vita women’s pro team in America and the Australian women’s development team in the Europe this year. A noted hill climber, Cromwell is one of many making her name on the women’s pro scene.
Ever consistent Helen Kelly is a proven performer on the women’s world cup scene. A past member of the Australian women’s team, Kelly shows that you’re never too young to ride well!
Drapac Porsche rider Dean Windsor rode for both his Pro Continental Team and the Australian U23 team this year in Europe with considerable success. A former Australian U23 criterium champion, Windsor is a star of the future.
Mark has been detailing the adventures of the U21 Australian development team. The first journey is the Tour of Berlin with the riders of Hayden Josefski, Nick Walker, Pat Shaw, Dean Windsor, Matt King and Luke Cridland.