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Harrif SALEH (MAS, 25)
A sprinter who will be looking for a stage win. 2013 stage and points classification winner at Jelajah Malaysia and stage winner at tour of Borneo.
Zamri SALEH (MAS, 30)
2012 Malaysian road race champion and stage winner at Tour of East Java, Tour of Singkarak and Tour de Brunei.
Anuar MANAN (MAS, 27)
A speedy Malaysian with one of the fastest sprints in Asia. Has won points jerseys at the Tour of Langkawi (2008 & 2010) and Tour of Borneo (2013).
Shahrul MAT AMIN (MAS, 24)
Reigning and two-time Malaysian road race champion and stage winner at the 2013 Tour de Taiwan.
Nor Umardi ROSDI (MAS, 27)
2013 national time trial silver medallist and winner of the CFI International race 3 in Dehli.
Fakhruddin MAZUKI (MAS, 22)
2013 national road race silver medalist and time trial bronze medalist.
Davide FRATTINI (ITA, 35)
An all-rounder with more than two decades of experience, plays a crucial rols in the team's success.
Benjamin DAY (AUS, QLD, 35)
2006 Commonwealth Games time trial silver medallist, 2003 national time trial champion, 2004 Tour Down Under stage winner, 3rd overall at the 2008 Jayco Herald Sun Tour.
Adrian HEGYVARY (USA, 30)
Strong time trialist and key leadout man.
Jeffry LOUDER (USA, 36)
2008 Tour of Utah and 2009 Bedlands Bicycle Classic champion. 3rd 2009 USA road race, strong climber with mountain classification victories at 2005 Tour of Breauce and 2007 Tour of Missouri.
Karl MENZIES (AUS, TAS, 36)
2nd overall and 1st of stage 1 of 2007 Jayco Herald Sun Tour, 2007 Tour Down Under stage winner.
Bradley WHITE (USA, 32)
Valued by team for versatility, selflessness and as an ultimate team player, 3rd 2012 USA Pro Criterium Championship, 2013 victories at Prairie State Cycling Series’ Beverly, St. Charles and Glencoe Criteriums in the US.
Simon GERRANS (AUS, VIC, 33)
2014 national champion and Tour Down Under winner (first rider to win event three times). 2013 Tour de France stage winner and sixth Australian to wear the Tour de France yellow jersey. Only Australian to individually win a stage at each of the three Grand Tours. Two-time winner of the JHST (2005 & 2006).
Simon CLARKE (AUS, VIC, 27)
2012 Vuelta a Espana stage and king of the mountains jersey winner on Grand Tour debut. 7th and best placed Australian at the 2013 world championships in Toscana. Won the best 23 rider at the 2007 JHST.
Mitch DOCKER (AUS, VIC, 27)
Sprinter, stage winner at 2013 Bay Cycling Classic, 6th 2011 Gent-Wevelgem, 8th overall at 2008 JHST.
Matthew GOSS (AUS, TAS, 27)
Australia's fastest sprinter, 2011 Milan - San Remo champion (first ever Australian winner), 2011 world championship road race silver medallist, two-time individual stage winner at the Giro d'Italia. Won a stage and the points classfication at the 2008 JHST.
Damien HOWSON (AUS, SA, 21)
2013 under 23 world and national time trial champion, debut season with Orica-GreenEDGE.
Cameron MEYER (AUS, WA, 26)
Five time world champion on the track, 2011 Tour Down Under champion, 2010 & 2011 Australian time trial champion.
Hans Jacob (Jack) BAUER (NZL, 28)
2010 New Zealand road race champion, top ten time trial (8th) and road race (10th) at 2010 Commonwealth Games, 2nd Japan Cup and 5th Tour of Britain in 2013.
Thomas DEKKER (NED, 29)
Two-time Dutch time trial champion (2004 & 2005), winner of 2007 Tour of Romandie and 2006 Tirreno-Adriatico.
Rohan DENNIS (AUS, SA, 23)
2013 national time trial bronze medallist and Tour of Alberta winner, three-time under 23 national champion, 2012 Olympic silver medallist on the track (team pursuit).
Nathan HAAS (AUS, QLD, 24)
2011 Jayco Herald Sun Tour & Japan Cup winner. Victories provided gateway to his first ProTour contract with Garmin-Sharp in 2012. Finished 2nd overall at the 2012 Tour of Britain.
Lachlan MORTON (AUS, NSW, 22)
Best young rider at the 2013 Tour of Utah and USA Pro Cycling Challenge, 10th 2012 national time trial championship.
Steele VON HOFF (AUS, VIC, 26)
Sprinter, pivotal in Haas' 2011 JHST victory, 2014 national criterium champion, 2013 Japan Cup winner, 2013 road race bronze medallist at the national championships.
Jack HAIG (AUS, VIC, 20)
A talented mountain biker who is also impressing on the road. Overall winner of the 2013 National Road Series, including Battle of the Border and Tour of Tasmania victories.
Joseph COOPER (NZL, 28)
2013 New Zealand time trial champion, top-ten finish in National Road Series thanks to a Tour of Perth overall victory and stage wins in the Battle of the Border and Tour of Gippsland.
Anthony GIACOPPO (AUS, WA, 27)
Talented sprinter and former national criterium champion. won a stage a the 2012 Bay Crits and went on for a successful year to finish second overall on the Australian national road series rankings. In 2013 had stage victories at Jelajah Malaysia, Tour of the Great South Coast and Tour of Gippsland.
Mark O'BRIEN (AUS, VIC, 26)
Dissappointed to be overlooked by Drapac, O'Brien returns from a one year stint in the UK. Was a stand out in the National Road Series in 2012 with overall victories at Tours of Mersey Valley, Toowoomba and Santos North Western Tour. Finished seventh in the national championships in January.
Campbell FLAKEMORE (AUS, TAS, 21)
A fast improver over the last few years, Flakemore has impressed with his climbing and time trial skills, finishing 4th at the 2013 world under 23 time trial championships and 4th at the national under 23 tme trial championships earlier this year.
Neil VAN DER PLOEG (AUS, VIC, 26)
Former mountain biker, finished just off the podium at the 2013 national championships and went on for a solid national road series including a stage wins at the Jarvis Subaru Adelaide Tour and Tour of Toowoomba
Timothy ROE (AUS, SA, 24)
Rode for BMC in 2011 & 2012 and their development team in 2013. Has been hampered by injuries in the past couple of years, but is looking to regroup with Budget and aims to win National Road Series. A talented climber whose earlier achievements include a 2nd Overall Thüringen Rundfahrt Under U23 in 2010 and 3rd overall at the Tour of Korea and Tour of Wellington in 2009.
Michael VINK (NZL, 22)
Three-time under-23 time trial and two-time under-23 road race national champion, who also races on the track. Finishes 5th overall at the Thüringen Rundfahrt der U23 in 2013.
Samuel HORGAN (NZL, 26)
Winner of the 2013 Melbourne to Warnambool and Tour of the Great South Coast and finish 5th overall in the National Road Series rankings. The 2009 New Zealand U23 road race and time trial national champion had a break through season in 2012 winning the individual time trial at the oceania cycling championships, the Tour of Canterbury and the Taupo-Napier Classic in New Zealand.
Joshua PRETE (AUS, QLD, 22)
Returned to Budget Forklifts after having spent a couple of years racing in Europe with the Whirlpool/Author Team. In 2012 Joshua was part of the team that won the opening TTT Stage of the Czech Cycling Tour, while prior to heading to Europe Josh recorded a NRS Stage Podium in the 2010 Tour of Tasmania at Westbury.
Kristian JUEL (AUS, QLD, 21)
4th Overall and 2nd on a stage at 2013 Tour of Singkarak. A late inclusion who will benefit greatly from the experience.
Samuel WITMITZ (AUS, VIC, 28)
Sam's strengths lie in sprinting, but is also a great time trialist, and climbs incredibly well for a guy of his size. In 2012 Sam competed in the Bay Crits series and finished in the top 10 at National Criterium Championships. Returns to Budget Forklifts after a two-year stint in Europe.
Patrick BEVIN (NZL, 22)
2012 New Zealand road race bronze medallist, stage winner 2012 Tour of Southland.
James ORAM (NZL, 20)
2013 New Zealand under 23 road race champion. Hugely successful year in 2011 winning a silver medal for the TT at the junior world championships, won the Tour I'Abitibi U19 nations cup event in Canada, became the New Zealand U19 TT champion and won the junior national points series. He was also named Bike NZ's emerging talent of the year award and junior road cyclist of the year.
Tom SCULLY (NZL, 23)
2013 Tour of Normandie stage winner, won gold in the scratch race at the 2009 Track World Cup in Melbourne and 2010 stage winner at the Bay Cycling Classic.
Hamish SCHREURS (NZL, 19)
A young track rider with aspirations for the Commonwealth Games and Rio Olympic Games. 2012 under 19 national road race champion.
Dion SMITH (NZL, 20)
Represented New Zealand at the 2013 under 23 world championships. Rode in the US for much of 2013 and won the king of the mountain jersey at the inaugural Philly Cycling Classic.
Hayden MCCORMICK (NZL, 20)
New Zealand under 23 road race champion who has recently made the decision to drop track racing and focus on the road.
Chris LATHAM (GBR, 19)
2013 Victoria State Criterium Champion and talented track rider. Joined the national Olympic tour team in 2010 and was looking to make London 2012 team before a series of setbacks meant he didn’t make the squad. Latham will be looking towards 2014 to make his mark on the international stage, and build his campaign towards Rio 2016.
Ollie WOOD (GBR, 18)
6th 2013 Junior Paris Roubaix who balances his track and road ambitions. Recently set a new world record in the 1km Madison time trial alongside Ed Clancy at the Revolution Series in the Manchester.
Germain BURTON (GBR, 18)
Son of British rider Maurice Burton, stage winner 2013 Course de la Paix Juniors. 4th 2013 world junior championship - team pursuit.
Jacob RAGAN (GBR, 18)
2013 national junior scratch champion who features alongside Wood in the Great Britain academy and development endurance programme.
Christopher LAWLESS (GBR, 18)
2013 national junior road race champion. Stage and points classification winner at the 2013 Trofeo Karlsberg in Germany.
Russell DOWNING (GBR, 35)
The elder statesman of a very young team. Former Sky Pro now riding for new NFTO Pro Cycling team. Winner the 2009 Tour of Ireland, 2010 Criterium International and is the current national criterium champion.
Elchin ASADOV (AZE, 26)
2012 & 2013 Azerbaijan time trial champion and 2013 national road race bronze medallist.
Tural ISGANDAROV (AZE, 22)
2013 national time trial and road race silver medallist, 7th 2012 Tour of Trakya.
Luke DAVISON (AUS, NSW, 24)
2013 world scratch race bronze medallist on the track, and stage winner from the 2013 Jayco Herald Sun Tour. 2012 National Road Series champion.
Daniel KLEMME (GER, 22)
Sprinter. Two-time stage winner and second overall at the 2013 Tour of China, 7th 2011 national road race.
Patrick LANE (AUS, VIC, 22)
Patrick started cycling at the an early age of only 7. The pint-sized criterium specialist was a member of the Australian team at the 2009 junior road race championships and in 2011 finished eighth at the U23 Australian national road race championships.
Christoph SCHWEIZER (GER, 27)
Sprinter, 2013 stage and points classification winner at the Tour de Azerbaijan.
Jonathan CANTWELL (AUS, VIC, 32)
Former Saxo-Tinkoff rider and Australian criterium champion. Finished 2nd at the 2013 World Ports Classic and had a top ten (6) stage finish at the 2012 Tour de France. Won a stage and finished third overall at the 2009 Jayco Herald Sun Tour
John ANDERSON (AUS, QLD, 26)
Winner 2013 Grafton to Inverell Cycle Classic and a stage at the Tour of Perth, In 2009 won the ITT at the Oceania championships and represented Australia at the world championships. In 2010, Anderson finished second in the ITT at the Australian national championships and in 2012 finished tenth.
Jordan KERBY (AUS, QLD, 21)
2014 Australian under 23 time trial champion, 2013 national under 23 road race champion and winner of the 2013 Jayco Herald Sun Tour opening prologue. In 2010 was part of the Australian team pursuit which won gold at the Junior World Track Championships, and individually he won the points race.
Lachlan NORRIS (AUS, VIC, 27)
Having converted from mountain biking to the road, Norris had top three finishes at the 2011 Tour of Wellington and a top five finish in the same year at the 'Sun Tour' on stage four to eventually finish 12th overall.
Darren LAPTHORNE (AUS, VIC, 30)
Turned pro in 2006, it was a year later that Lapthorne made his mark on Australian cycling winning the national road race championships. The 29-year-old is a stage winner at the Tour de Korea, Tour of Gippsland and overall winner of the De Bortoli Tour in 2007. In 2012 Lapthorne finished second at the Tour of Wellington and the Tour of the Great South Coast.
William CLARKE (AUS, TAS, 28)
Returns to Australia following overseas stint with Argos-Shimano, Champion System and Leopard Trek. 2012 Tour Down Under stage winner, 5th 2014 national time trial championship,