Drapac Professional Cycling closed out 2015 Tour de Korea with another podium, as Dutchman Wouter Wippert sprinted to third. With two stage wins, four podiums and Travis Meyer's 9th in General Classification, this year's tour marks a successful campaign.
Drapac Professional Cycling showed the tactical power of their sprint train today at Tour de Korea. In a windy, hot 197km stage, Drapac played the perfect game of cycling chess, bringing Dutch sprinter Wouter Wippert into position to unleash his powerful sprint to take the stage and his second win of the tour.
Drapac Professional Cycling continued its momentum taking stage 1 at Tour de Korea with its powerful squad setting up Wouter Wippert for the win.
Martin Kohler of Switzerland and Wouter Wippert of the Netherlands have been named to their respective national teams for the upcoming European Games June 21-28 in Baku.
With numerous stages set up for bunch sprints, Drapac will look to the likes of its sprint talents and its talented sprint train. Graeme Brown will captain the squad that features William Clarke, Travis Meyer, Adam Phelan, Bernard Sulzberger and Wouter Wippert.
Wouter Wippert sprinted to second for another Drapac podium at the Tour of the Gila. Wippert, who won two stages at Tour of Taiwan last month was nipped at the line by Sebastian Haedo (Team Jamis - Hagens Berman) in a fast and furious sprint. Eric Young of Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies was third.
Jordan Kerby showcased strong form in today's Individual Time Trial against a quality field at Stage 3 of the Tour of the Gila.
Drapac Professional Cycling heads to the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey and Tour of the Gila for the month of April. Both rosters feature a dynamic, diverse Drapac squad of general classification riders, climbers and sprinters.
With a brilliant team effort, Wouter Wippert took another stage win at Tour de Taiwan. The foursome of Darren Lapthorne, Travis Meyer, Bernard Sulzberger and Wippert combined forces to assess the race tactics and demonstrated the cohesive efforts of Drapac.
Drapac Professional Cycling filled the Solitaire Jaguar dealership in Adelaide with a sound fit group of young men in red at the team’s launch event yesterday announcing their expanded 2015 race schedule and community outreach.
Hendricus Vogels has decided to spend 2015 away from professional cycling and resign from his position with Drapac Professional Cycling as Sports Director.
Drapac Professional Cycling is pleased to welcome up-and-coming South African Dylan Girdlestone to the squad from 2015.
Drapac Professional Cycling will lead 18 ambitious enthusiasts on an 800km ride across some of Victoria’s roughest terrain – all to raise money for Australia’s busiest emergency and trauma care.
Drapac Professional Cycling is pleased to announce that up-and-coming sprinter, Brenton Jones, will join the squad from 2015.
It’s one of the toughest and most prestigious races on the Australian calendar and Drapac Professional Cycling has assembled a strong line-up to take on the 2014 Melbourne to Warrnambool on Saturday, October 11.
Drapac Professional Cycling’s engine room will receive a boost in 2015 with the team pleased to announce the signing of Peter Koning on a two-year deal.
Drapac Professional Cycling claimed its fourth podium in as many days on Saturday with Wes Sulzberger runner-up on Stage 5 of the 2014 Tour of Tasmania.
A determined effort from Drapac Professional Cycling netted second place for Bernard Sulzberger and third place for Lachlan Norris in Stage 4 of the Tour of Tasmania on Friday.
Jai Crawford made it two victories in two days for Drapac Professional Cycling at the 2014 Tour of Tasmania on Thursday, surging on the final climb of Stage 3 to take the win in a time of 2:21:34.
Wouter Wippert’s stellar season for Drapac Professional Cycling has continued with the Dutchman winning the bunch sprint for Stage 4 of the Tour of China II.