The team had a busy race calendar for 2015, which featured the biggest Australian races as well as some of the biggest races in the world, including Cape Epic, Cape to Cape, National and World Marathon Champs, Cyclocross National Champs, Road Nationals and the Mont and Scott 24’s. 2016 looks to be even bigger again with the return of Cam Ivory and the 2016 Rio Olympics around the corner it is sure to be busy year ahead. Today’s Plan is proud to support the team with our analytics suite and training tools.

Andy Blair

Andy has been racing bikes for nearly 20 years and there isn’t much he hasn’t done. He is the current national XCM champion and was a member of the Australian team for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, as well as being a former winner in the national XCO series.

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 a huge part of the Specialized Racing Australia XC team for 2015.

Jenny Fay

Jenny has been racing bikes for over ten years. A former Irish National TT Champion, she has raced professionally on the road at National and international level and at National level in Australia in MTB and road disciplines.

She has won the Australian XCM National Champs in 2014,2013 & 2011 and as the current Irish National XCM Champion, she represented Ireland in the 2014 European and World XCM Championships, netting 7th & 12th respectively.

Shaun Lewis

Shaun has been racing bikes since 1999. He has represented Australia at World Championship level in both XCO and XCM, but generally loves the racing Australia has to offer.

Shaun has produced 4 x top 5 results in the Aussie XCO champs, in 2012 he won the Real Insurance XCM series and has put his name on the honor role of most of Australia big MTB marathons.

Cam Ivory

Cam returns the Swell Specialised team for 2016, following his 2015 season based in Europe. He has been racing bikes since 2007 and in this time has been a member of multiple national teams for XCO. He is a former U/23 National XCO Champion, winner of the Australian XCO and XCE national series for both elite and U/23 as well as representing Australia at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

With the Rio Olympics just around the corner we will be following Cam’s progress throughout 2016 as he looks to qualify for his first Olympic Games.