One of the most important weeks of the spring season for ORICA-GreenEDGE begins on Sunday with the Amstel Gold Race. With multiple cards to play at each of the three Ardennes Classics, the Australian outfit lines up in Maastricht with a strong roster to support the team’s big ambitions.
ORICA-GreenEDGE's Michael Matthews backed up his recent wins at Vuelta Ciclista a La Rioja and a Vuelta al Pais Vasco with a podium at De Brabantse Pijl – La Flèche Brabançonne. The fast finisher was second to Philippe Gilbert (BMC) in the uphill dash for the line.
Dan Jones, the mastermind behind your favourite cycling videos including Backstage Pass, the #OGERocks music videos and My Piece of the World, has embarked upon a personal challenge to get healthy. Six weeks in and Dan explains how much more enjoyable training is becoming and how he plans to keep the lifestyle going.
Loes Gunnewijk came agonizingly close to securing her first European win of the season. The ORICA-AIS road captain took charge of the final stage of the Energiewacht Tour.
We often only hear the story of the winners, the almost winners and the unexpected losers, but in every race, every rider has a story. We had eight stories today in the battle that was Paris-Roubaix.
ORICA-GreenEDGE’s Simon Yates won the best young rider classification at the Vuelta al Pais Vasco. The neo-pro started stage six in 16th place overall.
They had twice won in Vitoria. “GreenEDGE Wins in the Green City,” the headlines proclaimed. The pressure was on to make it three for three, and the Australian outfit did not disappoint.