#CADEL
ROADRACE
25–28
JAN 2018

2018 Men’s Teams

Official Start List

The provisional start list of the 2018 Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race can be downloaded here.

AG2R La Mondiale (FRA)

AG2R La Mondiale is a French team established in 1992, orginially under the name of Team Chazal Vanille et Mure.

In 2008, the team name was updated and in 2016 AG2R La Mondiale finished 2016 with eight victories, all apart from one won in France.

Full rider list to be announced soon. 

BMC Racing Team (USA)

Founded in 2006, the BMC Racing Team is a United States-registered UCI WorldTour team sponsored by BMC Switzerland. BMC Racing Team recorded 48 wins during the 2017 season and is home to some of the greatest cyclists in the world, from one-day classic specialists to grand tour contenders. It is also the former team of Cadel Evans, and current home for Tasmanian Grand Tour contender Richie Porte.

  • Rohan Dennis (AUS)
  • Richie Porte (AUS) – Sunday only
  • Miles Scotson (AUS)

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Bora - Hansgrohe (GER)
  • Sam Bennett (BEL)
  • Jay McCarthy (AUS)

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Team Dimension Data (RSA)

Dimension Data became the first African team in the UCI in 2016. Racing as pro-continental team ‘MTN-Qhubeka’ in 2015, the outfit enjoyed 34 professional victories, including five Tour de France stage victories, in their debut year in the WorldTour.

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Quick-Step Floors (BEL)

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Team Katusha Alpecin (SUI)

Team Katusha is Russia’s first top-tiered cycling team and part of the country’s ‘Russian Global Cycling Project’.  Conceived, developed and created in 2008, Team Katusha joined the WorldTour in 2009 and changed their name to Team Katusha Alpecin in 2017.

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Team LottoNL-Jumbo (NED)

A Dutch outfit established in 1984 and famous for its period as ‘Rabobank’ between 1996 and 2012. New sponsors in 2015 saw the name change to LottoNL-Jumbo.

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Lotto Soudal (BEL)

Despite a number of team name changes, Lotto-Soudal was first created in 1985 and, thanks to the continued support of ‘Lotto’, raced their 30th season in 2015.  The Belgian team took 21 victories in 2016, including ten wins courtesy of sprinter Andre Greipel.

Full rider list to be announced soon.

MITCHELTON-SCOTT (AUS)

The home team was established in 2011 to be the first Australian professional team to race in the UCI WorldTour. After debuting in 2012, they change their name to MITCHELTON-SCOTT in 2018 having concluded the 2016 season with 29 victories, including one-day Classics Paris-Roubaix and Il Lombardia.

  • Cameron Meyer
  • Caleb Ewan (AUS) – Race Melbourne only

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Team Sunweb (GER)
  • Nikias Ardnt (GER)

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Team Sky (GBR)

British powerhouse Team Sky was founded in 2009 as Sky Procycling and has only grown from strength to strength since their debut in the UCI WorldTour.

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Trek-Segafredo (USA)

Registered in the United States and operating from Luxembourg, Trek Factory Racing was launched in 2011.

Full rider list to be announced soon.

Aqua Blue Sport (IRL)

Full rider list to be announced soon.

ROOMPOT – NEDERLANDSE LOTERIJ (NED)

Full rider list to be announced soon.

ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY

Full rider list to be announced soon.

KordaMentha Real Estate - Australia (AUS)

Cycling Australia, the national governing body of cycling in Australia, will select an open age national team to compete at the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. As a nation, Australia finished eighth in the world in the UCI WorldTour rankings in 2016.

Full rider list to be announced soon.

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