👋🏼 Cameron Meyer ready to move onto the next chapter, concluding his 13-year long road cycling career

Four-time Australian champion Cameron Meyer has announced his retirement from professional cycling, ending a long and successful career on both the road and the track.

The Australian rider spent nine-years with GreenEDGE Cycling, joining the squad in its first season in 2012, and has been a key member of the team, playing an important role in many victories, whilst also achieving many special race wins himself.
Having competed in no less than 10 Grand Tours, Cameron has shown his diversity as a rider over the years, with an incredible list of palmares including nine World titles on the track, four Commonwealth Games titles, plus a Tour de France TTT and Giro d’Italia TTT stage win. 
In the more recent years, Cameron has been a rider that the younger team members look up to with his natural ability to guide and mentor. The rider from Western Australia will be greatly missed in the team and the WorldTour peloton, but with a bright future ahead, with new goals and challenges waiting for him, we are pleased to see ‘Cam’ take the next step and wish him the best of luck in his next endeavours.
Cameron Meyer
“It’s certainly been a wild ride and a journey I look back on with the happiest of memories. I cannot thank Gerry and Val Ryan enough for allowing me so many fantastic years as a member of the GreenEdge Team. I am very excited for the next chapter in my life and wish this team all the very best of success in the future.”
Congratulations on a fantastic career Cam. Good luck with the next chapter!
Nationality: Australian
Age: 34
Joined GreenEDGE Cycling: 2012
Retiring From Professional Cycling: September 2022

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