Cameron Meyer to return to European racing at the end of March

Cameron Meyer Australian National Championships 2021
Cameron Meyer defending his title at the Australian Road Championships in 2021 (Image credit: Con Chronis)

Cameron Meyer (Team BikeExchange) will be staying on in Australia a little longer than most of his teammates as the Australian road champion works towards his goal of finishing his track career with an Olympic medal.

Most of Meyer’s teammates at the Australian summer races are already on their way to Europe, after helping the 33-year-old rider secure back-to-back titles at the elite men’s road race at the Australian Road Championships on Sunday, but Meyer is still more than a month away from starting his European road season.

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