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.
Travis Meyer will make his return to Drapac Professional Cycling following injury at the UCI 2.1 Tour of China I which begins in the city of Xian September 30.
Drapac Professional Cycling continues its US campaign next week at the USA Pro Challenge in Colorado, with the Australian outfit primed following an impressive debut performance in Utah.
Drapac Professional Cycling has rounded out a solid debut performance at the 2014 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah with Lachlan Norris claiming his second top 10 stage finish, to complete the week-long race in 10th on the General Classification.
Tom Palmer will leave Drapac Professional Cycling effective immediately, choosing to focus on his tertiary education and non-sporting career. The move comes as the 24-year-old has experienced a number of health and injury setbacks.
Drapac Professional Cycling will make its debut at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah August 4-10.
Drapac Professional Cycling is pleased to announce that Brendan Canty will join the team as a stagiaire from August 1, 2014.
Notoriously challenging, Drapac Professional Cycling’s next race is the UCI 2.HC Tour of Qinghai Lake July 6 – 19.
Drapac Professional Cycling has wrapped up its 2014 Tour of Iran campaign with Will Clarke claiming points classification victory and his second runner-up finish of the UCI 2.1 event on the final stage on Sunday.
Will Clarke has won the second stage of the UCI 2.1 Tour of Iran on Wednesday to move into the overall race lead.
Will Clarke has finished second in the opening stage of the UCI 2.1 Tour of Iran on Tuesday.
A huge block of racing will come to an end when Drapac Professional Cycling take on the UCI 2.1 Tour of Iran next week, the six-stage event beginning in Tabriz on Tuesday June 17.
Drapac Professional Cycling’s campaign Stateside continues this weekend with two criteriums, the Air Force Association Cycling Classic’s Clarendon Cup and Crystal Cup in Arlington, Virginia. Both races are part of USA Cycling’s National Criterium Calendar.
Drapac Professional Cycling’s Asian campaign continues on Sunday with the UCI 2.1 Tour de Korea.
Drapac Professional Cycling has finished off the Tour de Kumano in style, claiming another 1-2 finish, again through Wouter Wippert and Will Clarke.
Drapac Professional Cycling’s Japanese campaign continued in style on Friday with a 1-2 finish from Wouter Wippert and Will Clarke in the first stage of the Tour de Kumano.
Drapac Professional Cycling’s Will Clarke has claimed his second prologue victory in as many starts on Thursday, blitzing the Tour de Kumano opener.
Drapac Professional Cycling marks a significant milestone in its 11-year history next week, the Australian UCI Professional Continental squad racing at the Parx City Philly Cycle Classic for the very first time.
Drapac Professional Cycling join forces with Fly6, the High Definition video camera and tail light that watches your back, and Feedback Sports whose work stands and accessories will ensure our mechanics can work as efficiently as possible.
Drapac Professional Cycling take on the Tour of Japan this week with an experienced squad riding high off recent strong performances.