The mobius BridgeLane riders

 

DYLAN NEWBURY ON HIS WAY TO WINNING THE KOM AND SPRINT JERSEY AT THE AUSTRALIAN ROAD NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

ALEX EVANS FINISHES SECOND ON THE JAYCO HERALD SUN TOUR QUEEN STAGE

 

ANGUS LYONS WIN THE U23 COMPETITION AT THE JOE MARTIN STAGE RACE (UCI 2.2)

 
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mobius BridgeLane is a UCI Continental cycling team with a focus on providing the best pathway for young athletes here in Oceania.

2018 mobius BridgeLane Results

Australian National Championships

2nd, U19 Road Race, Ben Metcalfe
1st, C5 Para-cycling Road Race, Alistair Donohoe
1st, C5 Para-Cycling ITT, Alistair Donohoe
1st, KOM Elite Men’s Road Race, Dylan Newbery
1st, Sprint Elite Men’s Road Race, Dylan Newbery

New Zealand Cycle Classic (UCI 2.2)

1st, KOM competition, Dylan Newbery
2nd, KOM competition, Angus Lyons

Gravel and Tar (UCI 1.2)

1st, Overall, Ethan Berends

Jayco Herald Sun Tour (UCI 2.1)

2nd, Stage Three, Alex Evans
8th, General Classification, Alex Evans
2nd, Young Riders Classification, Alex Evans
3rd, KOM Classification, Brad Evans
Most Aggressive, Stage Two, Alistair Donohoe

Oceania Championships – RR

6th Elite, 4th U23, Angus Lyons
9th Elite, 6th U23, Connor Brown
10th Elite, Conor Murtagh

Joe Martin Stage Race (UCI 2.2)

1st, Young Riders Classification, Angus Lyons
2nd, Teams Classification
4th, Stage One, Angus Lyons
9th, Stage One, Ben Carman
6th, General Classification, Angus Lyons
8th, General Classification, Ben Carman

Tour of the Gila (UCI 2.2)

3rd, Stage One, Alex Evans
5th, Young Riders Classification, Alex Evans

Grafton to Inverell

6th Elite, Conor Murtagh
3rd U23, Connor Brown
8th U23, Angus Lyons
4th Team Classification

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3 weeks ago

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The San Miranda Tour of King Valley gets underway tomorrow morning with a 1.6km prologue. Aden Reynolds, our new Performance Director, will be at the wheel and taking the reigns in his first National Road Series race as a DS for the team.

"Personally, I’ve always found the Sam Miranda Tour of King Valley a challenging race and I expect this year to be no different. No doubt, the tour will be tightly contested, as we’ve already seen from the high quality of the NRS field this year. Chatting to the guys this week, it's safe to say we’re all looking forward to racing together in Australia again. We’re ready for the inevitable surprises that the race throws out, as well as hopefully creating a few surprises of our own." - Aden Reynolds

The mobius BridgeLane team:
Connor Brown
Jesse Coyle
Alistair Donohoe
Peter Livingstone
Angus Lyons
Ben Metcalfe
Conor Murtagh

San Miranda Tour of King Valley Stages:
Friday 31st August - 1.6km Prologue - 11am
Friday 31st August - 60 minute Criterium - 3pm
Saturday 1st September - 115km Road Race - 8.30am
Sunday 2nd September - 91.4km Road Race - 1.30pm
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1 month ago

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Alistair Donohoe wins World Championships!

Overnight, Alistair solo’d into the rainbow jersey at the UCI Para-Cycling World Championships taking the title in the C5 Road Race. Alistair was in a move of three riders, and with 3km attacked his companions to take the win with 24 seconds to spare!
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A great addition for @segracing and one to watch, thank you for the awesome memories and laughs @AEclimber 💙 https://t.co/AhO6nsQbPV
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#NRS18 it’s going to be an aggressive stage today. 115km on tap featuring three gravel sections including a 5km Dir… https://t.co/3dEBVcxaxs
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#NRS18 @conormurtagh_ having a crack at the front of the peloton https://t.co/Nb8lbWSWEl
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