Bennelong SwissWellness are well known as being Australia’s most successful continental team. The Bennelong SwissWellness is a UCI Continental cycling team focusing on road racing and is coached by our own Mark Fenner as High Performance Director.
Dan and Bec McConnell
In 2018 Dan and Bec will be racing on board Mondraker bikes as a part of the Spanish Primaflor Mondraker Rotor Racing Team. The team at Today's Plan would also like to wish them all the best in the upcoming Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
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.
The 303 Project
The 303 Project is a first-year American UCI Continental program. Despite their youth, they are already making waves with some impressive results in UCI competition and invitations to some of the premier races in the region.
The Australian Cycling Academy
The Australian Cycling Academy is a Continental Professional team and cycling development program based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia, and founded by former professional cyclists Ben Kersten and Matt Wilson.
He has been a member of many national teams in XCO and XCM and has experience racing and winning some of the biggest races both domestically and internationally. Andy is a versatile, consistent and experienced rider who is rarely missing from the pointy end.
Ben Hill is an Australian Road Cyclist riding for the UCI Continental team, Attaque Team Gusto. His highly adaptive and aggressive riding style has helped him secure results around the world in a variety of races. The Canberra based rider has ridden throughout the US, Africa, Europe, Asia, New Zealand and Australia with success in each.
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.
In 2018 I would like to get back up near the front of the EWS field consistently. 2017 was a tough year and I struggled with the season. I am super excited about working hard and riding well at every round in 2018.
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’.