#RoxsoltAttaquer was founded in 2013 as a mixed team during the Australian summer of cycling. Australian riders Chloe Hosking, Peta Mullens, Kimberley Wells, Loren Rowney, Carlee Taylor, Tiffany Cromwell, Joanne Hogan, and Lauren Kitchen have joined with international riders, Lucy Martin (GBR), Valentina Scandolara (ITA) and Julie Leth (DEN) in racing for Roxsolt in the formative years.
Since inception, Roxsolt has won nearly ever major race on the Australian summer calendar - the Launceston Cycling Classic (twice), the Shimano Super Criterium (3 times), stages of the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic, National Championship, and Oceania Championship.
In 2016 and 2017 #RoxsoltAttaquer expanded beyond the Australian summer to field a year-round squad with a focus on further developing Australian and New Zealand female cyclists to be European race ready. 2016 saw the first UCI podiums for #RoxsoltAttaquer with Georgia winning the Oceania Region U23 ITT and placing 3rd in the U23 Road Race. In Europe, Peta Mullens delivered the team's first stage race result taking 3rd on Stage 4 of the UCI 2.2. Tour de Feminin. 2017 saw a continued increase in racing with the team competing in Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Europe.
A unique opportunity for 2018 sees the team again changing direction in what we are calling Season 5 .....
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