In the continuation of what has been a super start to this year’s National Road Racing Series for mobius Future Racing, young gun Mitch Wright showed a class field a clean set of heels to take out the Road Race, having the day earlier picked up bronze in the Individual Time Trial at The Australian U/19 Road Racing Championships in Geelong.
The men’s peloton will begin the 2017 Subaru National Road Series (NRS) at the Battle on the Border later this month, with 2016 team’s runner-up mobius Future Racing set to get to taste the best of both worlds with a split-squad to tackle a challenging Australian domestic and US race schedule.
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In addition to one of the best team rosters in the competition, we are pleased present two of the sharpest looking team vehicles to grace the caravan of support vehicles making their debut at the 5 day Lakes Oil – Fulton Hogan Tour of the Great South Coast.
Against a field of some of Australia’s, and indeed the world’s best cyclists, new signing Ben Dyball scorched the the Elite Mens Individual Time Trial course to come in 5th, finishing behind winner Rohan Dennis (winner of the Tour de France 2015 Prologue), Richie Porte, Damian Howson and Sean Lake.