ARA Skip Capital is the home of some of Australia’s top U23 road cyclists, women and men. A team built on the foundation of athletic development, higher education, and just general all-rounded development.
Three riders including Cameron Scott, Maeve Plouffe and Anya Louw have signed professional contracts to join the European pro peloton in 2023. Six gold medals were won at the Australian Championships. And an unassailable lead in the National Road Series for both men and women. What is next for a program that is taking the lead in developing Australia’s Future of Cycling?
ARA | Skip Capital is a team punching well above their weight, spending more time on the podium than back at the team car - they deserve a collection curated to their intent. In this world, we need sponsors to feel they have prime real estate and ensure the team looks professional and respectable, all while honouring the youthful vivacity of this young team and the visual standards we have spent years creating.Learn More
The team's ethos is about 'creating a better future for Australian cyclists, on and off the bike'. With athletes having the unique opportunity to live, learn and ride. This creates better outcomes for the athletes and a brighter future for our sport.Learn More.
The Future of
The future of cycling is something we, as a business, think about all the time. It’s also something where we get lost in our own sphere of influence. The next fabric, detail or trim. The lightest jersey, or the best bib. As stakeholders in the sport of cycling, its future is much bigger and more serious. We’ve learnt, somewhat slowly, that the future of cycling is the people who ride, not the product they ride.Read More.
ARA Skip Capital is made possible through the support of a passionate group of companies. These include ARA Group, Skip Capital, Sunshine Coast Council, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australian Cycling Academy, Wilson Asset Management, Black Sheep, Factor Bikes, Liebherr, MacKellar Group, Cricks VW Sunshine Coast, TGI Cargo, Plasmaide, FIXX, MAXXIS, Hammerhead, Todays Plan, SRAM, KASK, Caden and SunGod.