Australian team Orica-GreenEdge was set up along the same lines as Team Sky as a vehicle for own nation riders to race in the top tier of professional cycling, although unlike Team Sky, Orica-GreenEdge has a women's team as well. The team are known as much for their camaraderie and spoof videos as they are for their attacking riding style and impressive results, team time trial winners at the 2013 Tour de France. Australians Simon Gerrans and Matt Goss are hard men who have both won Milan–San Remo while Gerrans also held the yellow jersey at the Tour de France. Luke Durbridge at 22 years old is a precocious talent against the clock and has already beaten Tony Martin and Bradley Wiggins. British fans have a reason to cheer on the team as the Yates twins, Adam and Simon chose to turn professional with the team this year after impressive results with the British Cycling Academy.
The Cycling Clothing
Swedish cycling clothing manufaturer Craft is the 2014 sponsor for team Orica GreenEdge. Craft's ethos is to produce functional clothes for optimal performance. Working closely with athletes Craft have manged to fulfill thier philosiphy with the Orica GreenEdge Kit.