2015 debutants Lizzie Williams and Sarah Roy will return for another year having impressed in their opening seasons with ORICA-AIS.
Team owner and creator, Gerry Ryan OAM, was announced today as one of the first inductees into the Cycling Australia Hall of Fame.
Mid-season signings Rachel Neylan and Katrin Garfoot will burst into the 2016 season having signed with ORICA-AIS for another year.
Veteran Australian Mathew Hayman will continue to hand down his invaluable wisdom from 15 years of professional cycling to the up and coming stars of ORICA-GreenEDGE in a new deal that will see him stay at the team for another two seasons.
ORICA-AIS is pleased to announce the re-signing of two crucial leaders for the 2016 season. Former national champions Gracie Elvin and Amanda Spratt have become instrumental in the heart and soul of the Australian outfit, leading by example both on and off the bike.
European breakthroughs and a wide spread of rider victories highlighted ORICA-AIS’ fourth season in the professional peloton.
ORICA-GreenEDGE closed the door on the 2015 season, its fourth as Australia’s first ever professional cycling team, in the best possible fashion on Sunday, taking out the inaugural Abu Dhabi Tour with Esteban Chaves.