With representation across both the women’s category two and men’s category two fields, you’ll be sure to spot the colourful team Scyon kit throughout the Super Series as they mount a challenge for both titles.
Backed by building company Scyon, who have a range of products which are unique and easy to use for timber and steel frame home construction, both teams will look to be competitive throughout the eight round race series.
There should be some friendly competition within the two teams to see who can mount the most serious challenge for the overall title in their respective categories. The women have already tasted success at past Super Series through Kelly Fettes who secured third overall last year as well as third in the sprint jersey to lead the team to a respectable fifth overall. Kelly secured three stage victories last year which has seen her rise the ranks and the team will no doubt be keen to run off her success and look to be towards the pointy end once again.
The mens team also looks competitive for this years rounds with many team members finding some winter form across the lower grades as they look to soak up the knowledge and use the winning mentality to challenge the always strong and surprising category 2 mens fields.
The Cooper Coast Cup round three and four were again a big favourite for the squads with the weekend quickly being one of the most popular and well known races on the South Australian calendar. The round two Altitude Cycling and Fitness team time trial will also be a key tests to the squads as it will really mark out the key challengers for the series.
Team Scyon women’s category two team: Christine Page, Bernie Cummins, Michelle Bailey, Isabella Dashorst, Amanda Steele, Lynne Munro and Karen Ross.
Team Scyon men’s category two team: Loza Shaw, Joe Fitton, Anthony Meade, David Anderson, David Baker, Andy van Arend, Alan Hincks and Darren Buckby