Bikebug-NextGen Racing Team
The Melbourne based team race at the National Road Series and Victorian Road Series races. Riders also compete in disciplines across track, cyclo-cross and mountain biking throughout 2014. NextGen Cycling owners Chris Stevens, Stuart McKenzie and Claire Homsey are proud to launch the start of a strong relationship with BikeBug.com and their other major sponsors CartGiS Pty Ltd, Project Clothing, Carrol O’Dea Lawyers. “Our sponsors have been very generous in their efforts to support our team this year, but more than this, they understand our commitment and want to be a part of setting a new benchmark in women’s cycling” – Claire Homsey, NextGen Cycling. “We have had a successful team camp in the week prior where the athletes really learned how to work well together as a team and build an inclusive, supportive environment. Our job as management staff is to foster this environment and compliment it by providing professional service to our team and sponsors” – Stuart McKenzie, NextGen Cycling. The seven rider squad is made up of Melbourne based athletes Chloe Baggs, Georgina Beech, Penny Brown, Elizabeth Duell, Claire Homsey, Justyna Lubkowski and Prudence Rothwell.
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Cellarbrations Race Team
Cellarbrations Race Team has been 93 years in the making. The formation of this exciting new team for the 2014 road racing, with a core of 6-8 elite riders, is under the watchful gaze of one of Australia's most respected and successful coaches, Scott Sunderland. The Team's focus is to compete in key cycling race events both at club and open level throughout the 2014 season, and develop the region's brightest cycling talent from excellent club riders, to highly accomplished professionals.
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New to the sport but already showing success over Olympic Distance, Zoe competed at the 2013 World Championships, where she placed 21st in her category and 2nd in the Australian team. Zoe is now focusing on Ironman.
A big name on the long course triathlon circuit, Adam Conquest continues to dominate the Masters category Ironman events (with times most open athletes would kill for).