BikeExchange-Jayco veteran to retire this season after enjoying illustrious road and track career.
Aussie looking to rebound from a season lost to hand surgeries and COVID complications: ‘Wasn’t my favorite year, 2021.’
Team BikeExchange dominates the day of racing and takes men's and women's titles.
Spratt takes third national title, Meyer becomes champion having narrowly missed out in 2019.
The Orica-GreenEdge rider fights back on to take a three-up sprint as Martin defends his overall lead
Veterans such as Freddie Rodriguez and Christian Vande Velde pass on their knowledge and wisdom to younger riders
Cannondale rider earns stage victory as Mathias Frank takes overall race lead
Hesjedal tries a late attack but falls short of the stage win and the yellow jersey
The Orica-GreenEdge rider takes a leader's jersey in his first full season focusing on the road instead of the track
The Australian is 1:40 behind the race leader and said his GC hopes are "not too bad"
2010 Tour Down Under champ removes name from team pursuit chase at London Games
MELBOURNE, Australia (VN) — He may not have raced as much as he’d like to this season, but Cameron Meyer says he’s parting ways with his incumbent employer, Garmin-Cervélo team manager Jonathan Vaughters, sans acrimony.
MELBOURNE (VN) — Some of the European-based stars of Australian cycling had been in the country all of a few hours before their attendance was required at the official launch of the 2011 Jayco Herald Sun Tour in the Victorian capital.
PRESS RELEASE: GreenEDGE signs Bobridge and Meyer brothers
Having recently come away from the World Track Championships with yet another rainbow jersey (Madison with Leigh Howard), a silver medal (points race) and a seventh place (scratch) young Aussie sensation Cameron Meyer is ready for the first race of his Euro road season, Sunday's Liege-Bastogne-Liege. VeloNews caught up with him as he tries to build on his already amazing 2011.
APELDOORN, Netherlands (AFP) ─ France's Gregory Bauge won the world sprint title after beating Britain's Jason Kenny 2-0 in the final of the blue riband event of the world track cycling championships Friday.
Garmin-Cervélo team manager Matthew White says the 2011 Santos Tour Down Under has come down to one of two men: his charge and current leader, Cameron Meyer, or Matthew Goss of HTC-HighRoad,
If history is any indication, Garmin-Cervélo’s Cameron Meyer will win the Santos Tour Down Under this Sunday in Adelaide.
Garmin-Cervélo's Cameron Meyer gave his team reason to smile at the Tour Down Under when he took the race leader's ochre jersey after a well-deserved stage win Friday.
Catching up with Garmin-Transitions team riders, and brothers, Cameron and Travis Meyer. Both are finding their transition from track to road is going better — and faster — than expected.