07 Sep 2022

Two-time Australian Road Champion and 2011 Santos Tour Down Under winner Cameron Meyer has announced he will call time on his 13-year career confirming that 2022 will be his last season as a professional rider.

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The Western Australian started his WorldTour career in 2009 with Garmin-Slipstream before joining Australian based team BikeExchange–Jayco (previously Orica GreenEDGE and Mitchelton–Scott) in 2017.

Meyer - a successful track and road cyclist - was a nine-time world champion and won three Commonwealth Games gold medals on the track. He had 12 notable victories on the road including winning the general classification at the 2011 Santos Tour Down Under and back-to-back wins in the Australian Nationals road race in 2020 and 2021.

In Team Bike-Exchange Jayco’s statement, they said. “Cameron has been a rider that the younger team members look up to with his natural ability to guide and mentor. The rider from Western Australia will be greatly missed in the team and the WorldTour peloton, but with a bright future ahead, with new goals and challenges waiting for him, we are pleased to see ‘Cam’ take the next step and wish him the best of luck in his next endeavours.”


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