Revolve24 Adelaide 2018 & 2019 – Winner 4 Person Team (overall)

Revolve24 is an exciting new format of endurance cycling challenges with a signature 24 hour event being the highlight. The cycle relay event was first held in January 2018 at the brand new motor circuit The Bend Motorsport Park, 1 hour east of Adelaide, Australia (in association with the Santos Tour Down Under).

The Veloroos have now raced two consecutive years at Revolve and come away with first across the line in the female teams of 4, placing in the top 4 overall in 2018 and top 3 overall in 2019.  This format of racing is fun, exciting and the perfect team event. Expect to see the pink and black V-Train at many more

Race Around Ireland 2017

On 27th August 2017, the Veloroos joined cyclists from all over the world at the Race Around Ireland. In the shadow of the imposing Trim Castle, County Meath, the Veloroos lined up on the start line of a non-stop race around the 2,200km coastline of Ireland!

This challenging event threw everything at the team and their support crew, 23,000m of climbing, complicated navigation, plenty of wind, rain, and testing conditions that ensured the event lived up to it’s reputation as one of the toughest endurance cycle events in Europe. The Veloroo’s team of 4, were the first Australian team to enter this race. They won the female category by 9 hours, placing 4th overall, and smashing the women’s course record by 19 hours.

The Veloroos finished the race in 72 hours, 47 minutes.  Their average speed across the entire country was  30.42 km per hour!  They broke the female team of 4 record and had an absolute blast along the way.

Our Documentary: The Veloroos- Race Around Ireland

Race Across America 2015

Race Across America is known as one of the world’s toughest and most respected cycling races and with good reason. It is 30% longer than the Tour De France and completed in one third of the time. The race starts in Oceanside, California and finishes on the east coast in Annapolis, Maryland. The non-stop race covers almost 5000km, travels across 12 states with the cyclists climbing the equivalent of Mt Everest 6 times.


In June 2015, the Veloroos won the female, open category for a team of 4, finishing the race in 6 days, 13 hours and 27 minutes.  Their average speed across the entire country was  30.71 km per hour!  They decisively smashed a 19 year old record, beating their closest competition by more than 15 hours while battling some of the worst conditions the race had seen in a decade. The 13 member crew won the Lee Mitchell Award for the best crew, beating 80 other teams.

The Veloroos had a blast doing Race Across America and can’t wait to take on lots more cycling and triathlon adventures.