BEAT Cycling Club
BEAT Cycling Club is based in The Netherlands, and rides at the UCI Continental level. In 2019 the road team had a very successful season, claiming the win at GP Stad Zottegem (UCI 1.1).
Oliver's Real Food Racing
Oliver’s Real Food Racing have announced a 20 rider roster to take on the upcoming season. 2018 will mark the team’s sixth year of competition, but its first registered as a Continental team in the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Oceania Tour.
Team BridgeLane is in it’s first year, following the amalgamation of well established teams run by directors Andrew Christie-Johnston, Tom Petty and high performance manager, Mark Fenner.
The Australian Cycling Academy
The Australian Cycling Academy (ACA) is a not-for-profit cycling development program and UCI Continental Professional team - Pro Racing Sunshine Coast (PRSC) founded by former professional cyclists Ben Kersten and Matt Wilson.
Ben Kanute has multiple national titles across youth, junior, collegiate, and elite categories. He is a Mixed Team Relay World champion, and has a unique ability to race well at the super sprint and half Ironman distance. He loves being able to be outdoors and train for a sport that allows him to push himself and test his limits.
We are excited to welcome on board Brendan “Trekky” Johnston from the Giant Australia Off Road team as a 2018 Today’s Plan ambassador. Throughout 2017 Trekky continued to assert his dominance on the Australian MTB scene as the number 1 marathon racer in the country.
Cam's focus this year remains on the dirt with the Trek-Shimano MTB team, however, he has claimed stage wins and podiums racing in the National Road Series with the GPM-Stulz team and placed 4th in the 2019 National Criterium Championships. For 2020, Cam will head back to Europe to race the MTB World Cup season like he has for many previous years, collecting UCI points and mixing it with the World’s best.
In 2017 Mullens decided to mix things up again, signing for the American based Hagens Berman | Supermint Pro Cycling Team where she won 11 races during her US based stint. She returned home to compete in and ultimately win the Australian Cyclocross Championships before continuing on with a domestic season on the MTB racing for the Focus Attaquer Team. It seems that 2018 will bring a similar combination of Road, CX and MTB and with the continued support of Mark Fenner and Today’s Plan, Mullens plans more amazing memories to continue on in her journey as an ‘Aussie Battler’.
Romy Kasper is a road cyclist and currently riding for Parkhotel Valkenburg. She won a bronze medal last year in the Derny Europeans. She also won the Students World Games in 2016, both in road race and criterium.