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MTOSS Cycling Team

The Mainpac Cycling Team (MTOSS) was conceived in 2016 by team founder Darren Covington as a development program, founded on the concept of holistic development for young athletes in the sport.


The team offers a unique environment that recognises young cyclists need to develop outside the – often narrow – parameters of the sport they practised at a key stage in their lives.

The riders selected have a committed to studying (HSC, TAFE & University) alongside racing. MTOSS is focused on the success of both education and cycling, building lifelong pathways to realise an athlete’s true potential on and off the bike.

MTOSS partnerships are leaders in the field of junior athlete development, supporting our holistic approach of education, culture and cycling at the highest level.

Our focus is on Australian races, building the foundations for the next step in the athlete’s career progressing to Continential, Pro-Continential or Pro Tour contract. These stage races gain the riders key national racing experience while allowing them to remain at home in Australia to study.



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