Waowdeals Pro Cycling Team

The Dutch team bring a wealth of experienced riders to Australia with 2017 Lotto Belgium Tour champion Anouska Koster one of the favourites to take out the Women’s Herald Sun Tour Presented by Let’s Go Motorhomes. With the Dutch known

Wiggle High5

The Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling team lining up at the Women’s Herald Sun Tour is filled with stars including Olympians Annette Edmondson (SA) and Amy Cure (TAS). The team is run and owned by former pro Rochelle Gilmore have used

Mitchelton-Scott Women

With the world’s top ranked female cyclist for 2017 in Annemiek van Vleuten, it’s hard to go past Mitchelton-SCOTT as the favourite team to take out the 2018 Women’s Herald Sun Tour, presented by Let’s Go Motorhomes http://www.greenedgecycling.com/

Ale Cipollini

Ale-Cipollini The Italian Team return Down Under with Australia’s Chloe Hosking leading the charge. Having sprinted to victory on the world’s biggest stage in 2016 on the Champs-Élysées at La Course by Le Tour de France, Hosking has also won

Cylance Pro Cycling

Cylance Pro Cycling Team are certainly one of the top teams to watch at this year’s Women’s Herald Sun Tour, with former world champion Giorgia Bronzini looking for victory after finishing second twice at the Santos Women’s Tour. However American

Team Tibco – Silicon Valley Bank

Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley The longest running professional women’s cycling team in North America comes to Australia in high spirits with Portland-raised Shannon Malseed having secured the green and gold Australian Road Race National Champions jersey to wear throughout 2018. Malseed

Trek-Drops

Trek-Drops Trek-Drops is a British Pro team that brings a strong contingent to contest the Women’s Herald Sun Tour, including British sprinter Abigail van Twisk and Germany’s Kathrin Hammes who finished just outside the top 10 overall at the Santos

BePink

The all Italian team of BePink brings Maria Vittoria Sperotto in the hope her sprint power can transfer to the Individual Time Trial along the banks of the Yarra River. They have some fire power with 20-year-old Katia Ragusa finishing

Team Virtu Cycling

Team VIRTU Cycling is a Danish continental team. And they bring a curious twist with Denmark’s Louise Norman Hansen to race the Women’s Herald Sun Tour with Team Virtu Cycling while her brother Lasse Norman Hansen will compete in the

Twenty20 p/b Sho – Air

Now in its eighth year, the team from America brings a youthful squad to the race. Cuban Mejias Marlies showed promise at the recent Santos Women’s Tour while 21-year-old Danielle Morshead joins the team as a first year professional and

Specialized Women’s Racing

One of the longest running women’s National Road Series teams, Specialized Women’s Racing will tackle the Women’s Herald Sun Tour in the hope in-form Kate McIlroy (NZL) – who recently finished 8th overall at the Santos Women’s Tour – can

Rush Women’s Team

Formed in 2012, Rush Women’s Team is an Australian domestic team who predominately race in the National Road Series. The team includes Matilda Raynolds who can hold her own in a sprint finish and will be one to watch in

Sydney Uni – Staminade

Previously known as NSWIS – Sydney Uni, the freshly formed elite women’s cycling team will compete in the 2018 National Road Series after the Women’s Herald Sun Tour presented by Let’s Go Motorhomes. https://www.facebook.com/syduniwmn

Mike Greer Homes Women’s Cycling Team

Another team made up of all New Zealand riders, the Mike Greer Homes Women’s Cycling Team will be pushing towards the pointy end of the race at Healesville, with 20-year-old Grace Anderson having recently won bronze at the New Zealand

KordaMentha Australian National Team – Women

The KordaMentha Australian National Team is made up of those who excel with performances at the Australian National Championships, Santos Tour Down Under and the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race key selection races for a start in the Women’s

New Zealand National Team – Women

The New Zealand National Team will see a crop of young cyclist make the trip ‘across the ditch’ to race in the Women’s Herald Sun Tour. The team will be relishing the opportunity to pit their skills against some of

Mitchelton-Scott Men

Originally brought to life as Orica-GreenEDGE 7 years ago, Australia’s WorldTour team Mitchelton-SCOTT come into the race as favourites once again. Having won the Tour overall three times with Simon Clarke, Cameron Meyer and Damien Howson, Mitchelton-SCOTT will be looking

Trek-Segafredo

The other half of the WorldTour team equation, Trek Segafredo won’t let Mitchelton-SCOTT have it all their way. Dutch veteran Koen de Kort, who clocked the most race days out of the whole pro peloton in 2017, will lead the

Israel Cycling Academy

Israel Cycling Academy is a true world team, with two Australians, a New Zealander, an Israeli, a Norwegian, an American and a Turkish rider all coming together to take on the Victorian country side. Entering its fourth year of existence

Roompot – Nederlandse Loterij

This Dutch only Pro team comes back to Australia with a mix of old and young stars. One thing you can be sure of is seeing the Orange army at the front of the peloton if the winds pick up.

Aqua Blue Sport

Aqua Blue return to Australia for their second season as the only Irish Pro team in the peloton. 2013 winner Calvin Watson (AUS) joins Aaron Gate (NZL), who placed second on the final stage around Kinglake last year, and rising

JLT Condor

Manager and former Great Britain Olympian John Herety has been coming to Australia with various teams from the U.K for over 15 years. JLT Condor had an excellent 2017 season which began at the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic and the

Interpro Stradalli Cycling

The Interpro Stradalli Cycling team have a talented bunch of young local and international riders looking to gain experience at the Jayco Herald Sun Tour. Expect to see this team in the early breakaway on longer road stages, with something

Bennelong SwissWellness

Australia’s top ranked domestic cycling team, Bennelong SwissWellness is led by Andrew Christie-Johnson who has propelled countless riders to the WorldTour. South Australia’s Chris Harper, who won bronze behind Alex Edmondson (Mitchelton-Scott) and Jay McCarthy (Bora-Hansgrove) at the 2018 Australian

Mobius BridgeLane

Mobius BridgeLane are a Sydney based UCI Continental team, who race throughout the year in the National Road Series and in Asia. Look for the young team to show their colours in early breakaway’s, in an attempt to win the

Olivers Real Food Racing

Olivers Real Food Racing have been racing in the Australian domestic scene for five years, and have developed some great talent over that time. 22-year-old Sean Whitfield is capable of finishing with a fast sprint and will certainly be one

Drapac EF Cycling

Linked with the EF Education First – Drapac p/b Cannondale WorldTour team, Drapac EF Holistic Development Team is full of young Australian rising talent. Amongst their roster Warragul’s Cyrus Monk who impressed at the 2018 Australian Road National Championships, winning

Brisbane Continental Cycling Team

New to this level of racing, the Brisbane Continental Cycling Team is run by former National Road Series product Josh Prete who has a lot of experience to share with the younger riders on the team. New Zealand national time

ACA – Ride Sunsine Coast

Founded by 2007 Jayco Herald Sun Tour Winner Matt Wilson and track superstar Ben Kersten to deliver opportunities to riders on and off the bike, this Sunshine Coast line up will have some aggressive emerging riders ready to mix it

Team McDonalds Downunder

The Queensland based line up will be looking to showcase their young and developing talent on one of the country’s biggest stages. They have blended some older veteran heads with a couple of emerging stars and hard-working team support riders

KordaMentha Australian National Team – Men

Continuing tradition, the KordaMentha Australian National Team will blood a crop of Australia’s young up-and-coming talent. The team is selected on performances from the Australian National Championships and Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. http://www.cycling.org.au/



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