mobius Future Racing is a Sydney based NRS cycling team focused on achieving results at a national level and providing a development pathway for leading juniors.

2015 Mobius Future Racing Rider Results

1st UCI Track World Championship Team Pursuit
1st NSW Elite State Hill Climb
3rd Jindabyne Hill Climb
4th NSW u23 Road Race
2nd NSW u19 Criterium Championship
1st Fixed Wheel Cup
1st MWCC Criterium Series
1st Moits Heffron Park Summer Series
5th NSW Elite Criterium Championship
7th Tour of Tasmania stage 5
6th Blayney to Bathurst

1st Oceania u19 Championships Road Race
1st Cunningham Classic Road Race
1st Battle on the Border A Grade GC
1st Battle on the Border A Grade KOM
2nd QLD u19 State TT
2nd Battle on the Border NRS Stage 3
6th Tour of Toowoomba NRS Stage 2
2nd NSW Elite State Road Race
1st Grand Raid MTB Switzerland
5th Junior World Series Pietermaritzburg
3rd National u19 MTB Championships
2nd Subaru MTB u19 National Series

1st NSW u19 Criterium Championship
1st NSW u19 Road Race
1st NSW u19 State TT
1st QLD u19 State TT
3rd National u19 TT
2nd National u19 Hill Climb Road Race
1st UCI Oceania Track Championship Team Pursuit
1st UCI Oceania Track Championship Maddison
3rd UCI Oceania Track Championship Omnium
2nd Cambridge, NZL Track World Cup Team Pursuit
7th Cambridge, NZL Track World Cup Omnium


Ben Dyball wins Tour Du Chablais in Switzerland, taking multiple Strava KOM's on board his feathery Cervelo AUST RCa.

Not to be out done by his team back home, Ben went all in after seeing young fast man Mitch Wright go 1-2 with Scott Bradburn at the Barbara Whyles Handicap, followed by more local wins by Alex Nazarewicz Manly Warringah Cycling Club and a great team effort at Subaru National Road Series Tour of King Valley for the team to secure 2nd on teams GC, Sam Burston 6th on GC and rising star James Fouche 11th after a strong TT.

A quick look at the Strava file from the day shows just how "all in" Ben went to win, showing some serious climbing form from the talented rider who is having the season of his career.

Ben, who is riding for French team Amicale Cycliste Bisontine, took out the tour by using his time trialling ability, before attacking on the climbs and securing the time to take the overall win. A great result for Ben, after a lot of hard work this year.

We look forward to welcoming Ben back to tackle some of the remaining NRS races from September.

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After a few easy days and some course recon, we're ready to roll here at the Tour of King Valley in Victoria.

The race start list is up;

Or team for the race is;
Aaron Bicknell
Sam Burston
Ben Carman
James Fouché
Nick Kergozou
Aden Reynolds
Alex West
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Day 2 and 3 have been somewhat hectic here at the Tour of Great South Coast, so apologies for the lack of updates.

Day 2 we had the tour's longest stage, a 135km road race that was again animated by the weather - this time it was the wind with a course that started on the coast, twisted and turned its way inland and around back to the coast.

After a fast start, it took one hour for the breakaway to go, with only three riders away, Nicholas Kergozou De La Boessiere decided to gamble and try to get across. A long chase but Nick eventually got there, with 60kms to go, the break had a maximum gap of 6 minutes. With all the riders committed, at 5kms the attacks came, and Nick after his effort to bridge, became unhitched, but held off the bunch to finish 4th on the stage!

It's always disappointing to come 4th, when you've been in a position to win the stage, but we're proud we've been putting ourselves into these positions and hopefully can keep improving. Credit to Nick who worked super hard to even get to the move, and jumped straight into making turns - in hindsight we should have sat on an extra 5kms! Also a massive well done to SASI who have been riding super well all tour.

Day 3 was a double day with a crit in the morning in Penola and then a 65km road in the afternoon.

The crit started super fast again, with lots of riders eager to attack. It took awhile to get things happening but eventually Cyrus Monk and Harry Carpenter went clear, who were then joined, and dropped by James Fouché. A strong TT'er James settled in well and opened a gap of 30-40s on the bunch. As the laps counted down, Cyrus monk dropped back to the bunch, but Harry Carpenter caught back up to James, and the duo pressed on, keeping a gap of about 30secs.

The pair rode well, holding off the bunch, with James being edged out for the win against the fast finishing SASI rider. 2nd on the stage after an awesome ride from the u19 Oceania road race champion and the most aggressive on the stage.

With the wind picking up and the temperatures dropping the lunch break was spent relaxing inside the new van with everyone dragging their feet to get kitted back up and face the cold.

The next stage was set to be fast (again) the data from Naz's srm showing a casual 49kph average speed for the 65km stage. An eventful stage, with lots of attacks, a break finally slipped clear with Aden Reynolds leading the way, but unfortunately there was a big crash in the peloton and our whole team wishes Ryan Cavanagh and everyone else a speedy recovery.

Sam Burston (who didn't start the start with sickness) and I quickly assessed the chaos and got Pete onto the spare bike, unfortunately his 3rd Cervelo AUST r5 of the year, it's always a shame to hold the remains of such a good bike. We quickly got him back up and going as Pete is still sitting in 10th on GC. As we headed back up the road, Naz had swapped his wheel with James who had a flat from the crash. After some motor pacing all our riders were unharmed, in one piece and back in the main bunch.

We headed up the road to see how Ado was travelling, knowing it looked like we could stay away, we committed to riding and seeing if we could improve on this mornings 2nd place. Coming into the finish, the attacks started and unfortunately we came unhitched again, but Aden managed to hold off the bunch for 4th. That's 3 top 5 finishes in 2 days, all from different riders.

We've taken a young team to this race with the intent on challenging for GC and stages and it's difficult to not feel frustrated with missing the win, but it's been some great racing from SASI and the other teams, and it's simply the best we could give.
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RT @TomPettyPTW: Tough day at #ToKV16 but @mobiusfutureRT didn't have one mechanical or puncture! #savingenergy #equipmentprep
h J R
Mobius Future Racing @mobiusfutureRT
Awesome ride by the team, chipping away at GC and teams. Equipment prep. paid off. did our best, @nkergozou 9th.
h J R
Mobius Future Racing @mobiusfutureRT
RT @Subaru_NRS: Robert Stannard celebrates as he crosses the line to claim stage 7 honours. Photo by Con Chronis #NRS16
h J R
Mobius Future Racing @mobiusfutureRT
Two stage wins in a row!! Thanks everyone for their messages and to @cyclingvictoria + all involved for a great race
h J R