Neve Bradbury Australia
Neve Bradbury, the winner of the 2020 Zwift Academy, finished her second year as a pro rider in 2022 with a host of impressive results. Neve took a top ten place in the general classification at the Giro d’Italia Donne, followed by fifth overall and topping the youth classification at the Tour of Scandinavia. The 20-year-old Australian rider is excited to continue her development at CANYON//SRAM Racing.
“I have learnt so much from the staff and riders these last two years. I have learnt how to ride in the bunch, I learnt how to race as a team, and I also learnt what kind of a rider I am. I know I still have a way to go, but I’m excited about the future.
“I chose to stay with CANYON//SRAM Racing because of the support I received these last two years, enabling me to develop and improve as a rider. I believe it’s the best environment for me to keep developing.
“We have a strong team in 2023. I’d like to keep growing and improving in one-day races and focus on hilly stage races. I want to consistently be at the pointy end of races and take my chances when they come.”
- 2nd youth classification, Setmana Ciclista Valenciana
- 14th general classification, Setmana Ciclista Valenciana
- 8th place, Durango Durango Emakumeen Saria
- 11th place stage, Tour de Suisse, WWT
- 11th place general classification, Tour de Suisse, WWT
- 2nd Best Young Rider, Tour de Suisse, WWT
- 2nd youth classification, Giro Donne, WWT
- 10th general classification, Giro Donne, WWT
- 5th place general classification, Tour of Scandinavia, WWT
- Winner youth classification, Tour of Scandinavia, WWT
- 4th place youth classification – Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
- 9th place stage – Setmana Valenciana
- Winner CANYON//SRAM Zwift Academy
- Bronze medal – Oceania Championship junior road race
- 8th place -Oceania Championships junior ITT
With fifteen riders from nine different countries, Women’s World Tour team CANYON//SRAM Racing is the home of a diverse group of highly ambitious women who are willing to invest in their future and the future of cycling by breaking new grounds and constantly challenging themselves and their competitors.