Teams

ALE CIPOLLINI

Ale Cipollini is back in Geelong and the Surf Coast as the current title holders. Chloe Hosking returns with a goal of being the first champion to go back to back at the Cadel Road Race. You’ll be sure to pick out the team as they have one of the best kits in world cycling.

  • Chloe HOSKING (AUS)
  • Yonamine ERI (JPN)
  • Nadia QUAGLIOTTO (ITA)
  • Jessica RAIMONDI (ITA)
  • Maria Apolonia VAN’T GELOOF (NED)
  • Romy KASPER (GER)
ASTANA WOMEN'S TEAM

On their first visit to Australia, Astana Women’s Team is packed with stars. Keep an eye out for young Italian star Elena Pirrone as she is set to be one of the riders to watch both now and into the future.

  • Elena PIRRONE (ITA)
  • Jeydy PRADERA BERNAL (CUB)
  • Carolina RODRIGUEZ GUTIERREZ (MEX)
  • Lizbeth Yarely SALAZAR VAZQUEZ (MEX)
  • Natalya SAIFUTDINOVA (KAZ)
  • Arlenis SIERRA (CUB)
BEPINK

One of three Italian teams competing in the Elite Women’s Race, BePink returns with unfinished business. 2018 saw the team miss out on a top 10 place but gain a lot of experience. Expect them to be one of the big improvers at their second time here in Victoria.

  • Rachele BARBIERI (ITA)
  • Francesca PATTARO (ITA)
  • Katia RAGUSA (ITA)
  • Nicole STEIGENGA (NLD)
  • Silvia VALSECCHI (ITA)
  • Tereza MEDVEDOVA (SVK)

 

CCC - LIV

With a new sponsor, the team at CCC-Liv will be looking to set the tone for their season early. Formerly WaowDeals, the CCC-Liv team have an exciting mix of youth and experience for the 2019 race.

  • Jeanne KOREVAAR (NED)
  • Evy KUIJPERS (NED)
  • Riejanne MARKUS (NED)
  • Ashleigh MOOLMAN-PASIO
  • (RSA) Valerie DEMEY (BEL)
  • Agnieszka SKALNIAK (POL)
DOLTCINI - VAN EYCK

The team at Doltcini – Van Eyck Sport will be in Victoria for their first attempt at the Cadel Road Race. Based in Belgium, the team is a specialist at One Day racing. Expect them to challenge the more experienced teams early as they look to put the pressure on and break open the race.

  • Bryony VAN VELZEN (NED)
  • Daniela REIS (POR)
  • Tetiana RIABCHENKO (UKR)
  • Jesse VANDENBULCKE (BEL)
  • Anischa VEKEMANS (BEL)
  • Victoire BERTEAU (FRA)
MITCHELTON-SCOTT

With the 2020 National Road Race Champion Amanda Spratt at the helm, Mitchelton-SCOTT could be about to register its third Deakin Women’s Race crown. The Australian team is rounded out with a line-up of both seasoned pros and rising stars.

  • Amanda SPRATT (AUS)
  • Georgia WILLIAMS (NZL)
  • Jessica ALLEN (AUS)
  • Grace BROWN (AUS)
  • Lucy KENNEDY (AUS)
  • Jessica ROBERTS (GBR)
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RALLY UHC CYCLING

American team, Rally UHC Cycling will come to the race on the back of some solid training. The team has set out on a 13-day camp in Southern California to prepare them for the race. Few teams get this opportunity to have their riders together this early in the season, so it will be interesting to see the benefits that it brings.

  • Sara BERGEN (CAN)
  • Krista DOEBEL-HICKOK (USA)
  • Gillian ELLSAY (CAN)
  • Heidi FRANZ (USA)
  • Abigail MICKEY (USA)
  • Summer MOAK (USA)
SWAPIT AGOLICO

The first ever Mexican team to compete at the Cadel Road Race brings an exciting young roster. This team is renowned for getting in the breakaways and pushing the other teams to respond. Expect to see them figure in the Subaru Queen of the Mountain and Mapei Sprint calculations.

  • Anet BARRERA ESPARZA (MEX)
  • Paola MUÑOZ GRANDON (CHI)
  • Andrea RAMIREZ FREGOSO (MEX)
  • Jennie SALCEDO ZAMBRANO (COL)
  • Brenda SANTOYO PEREZ (MEX)
  • Maria VARGAS BARRIENTOS (CRC)
TEAM TIBCO - SILICON VALLEY BANK

California based, Team Tibco – SVB are back for their second year at the Cadel Road Race. In 2018 the team featured in the bunch sprint to the finish line but were unable to podium. With a stronger line-up and the return of Australian champ, Shannon Malseed, expect a bold showing in 2019.

  • Alison JACKSON (CAN)
  • Brodie CHAPMAN (AUS)
  • Sharlotte LUCAS (NZL)
  • Shannon MALSEED (AUS)
  • Lauren STEPHENS (USA)
  • Alice COBB (GBR)
TREK-SEGAFREDO

Trek – Segafredo enters the women’s peloton in 2019. The team sits alongside their men’s team and will be out to impress. Their line-up of stars is extraordinary for a brand-new team. With One Day specialists in the team and a number of strong support riders, don’t be surprised if you see Trek – Segafredo featuring come the final run in to the finish.

  • Lauretta HANSON (AUS)
  • Lotta LEPISTÖ (FIN)
  • Elisa LONGO BORGHINI (ITA)
  • Abigail VAN TWISK (GBR)
  • Tayler WILES (USA)
  • Ruth WINDER (USA)
AUSTRALIAN CYCLING TEAM - KORDAMENTHA REAL ESTATE

The Australian National Team is one to watch. With the inaugural Elite Women’s Race winner, Rachel Neylan in the line-up and a host of young stars, the team is sure to ride both a strategic and exciting race. Neylan has committed to mentoring the young stars and will be a great influence on their careers going forward.

  • Rachel NEYLAN (AUS)
  • Georgia WHITEHOUSE (AUS)
  • Sarah GIGANTE (AUS)
  • Rebecca WIASAK (AUS)
  • Ruby ROSEMAN GANNON (AUS)
  • Emily ROPER (AUS)
CYCLING NEW ZEALAND

The team from across the ditch has increased depth and experience in 2019 and will be keen to show the strong Australian peloton that they are ready to compete on the international stage.

  • Deborah PAINE (NZL)
  • Elyse FRASER (NZL)
  • Kirsty MCCALLUM (NZL)
  • Ione JOHNSON (NZL)
  • Annamarie LIPP (NZL)
  • Abigail MORTON (NZL)
GUSTO STEPFWD KOM POWERED BY SUZUKI

National Road Series Team, Gusto StepFwD KoM is back again after another stellar season on the national race calendar. The team will again be pushing hard to demonstrate their talent to the international audience.

  • Jessica MUNDY (AUS)
  • Veronica LEBEDEV (AUS)
  • Elizabeth STANNARD (AUS)
  • Erin KINNEALY (AUS)
  • Jenny PETTENON (AUS)
  • Jemma EASTWOOD (AUS)
SPECIALIZED WOMEN'S RACING

Another top National Road Series team, Specialized Women’s Racing are likely to work closely as a team to chase the overall. With two riders finishing in the top 10 in 2018, the team of local riders will be keen to keep improving and show the international stars what they can do.

  • Matilda RAYNOLDS (AUS)
  • Ella BLOOR (AUS)
  • Jaime GUNNING (AUS)
  • Taryn HEATHER (AUS)
  • Briony MATTOCKS (AUS)
  • Holly HARRIS (AUS)
SYDNEY UNI-STAMINADE

The Sydney based squad return to Geelong in 2019, following a great showing in 2018. With a top three finish in both the Subaru Queen of the Mountain and Mapei Sprint classifications, Sydney Uni – Staminade will be out to claim at least one of these titles in 2019. Expect to see a strong showing from the team in the breakaways.

  • Amy VESTY (NZL)
  • Jennifer DARMODY (AUS)
  • Anna BOOTH (AUS)
  • Jessica PRATT (AUS)
  • Vicki WHITELAW (AUS)
  • Emily WATTS (AUS)

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