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Bringing the passion, technology, design and friendships through cycling. 

We are a dedicated group of cyclists who enjoy racing all disciplines (road, cx, mountain) at all levels of the sport. We love cycling, build life-long friendships on and off the bike, and we proudly wear our colors and represent our sponsors.


Upcoming RACEs




The Audi Cycling and Dropbar Cycling Teams are thrilled to once again host the Tour De Dung (TDD) series of races in the rain shadow of the beautiful Olympic Mountain Range out in Sequim, WA!



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Latest NEWS

Keep up to date with the latest happenings from the Audi Cycling team.

Audi e-tron prototype: preview of the first purely electrically powered model from the brand

Audi unveils the prototype for its first all-electric model at the Geneva Motor Show. The sporty SUV combines the space and comfort of a typical luxury car with a range suitable for everyday use. Until the start of series production, almost 250 development vehicles will complete testing under extreme conditions worldwide. Specially camouflaged prototypes kick off the chase for the most spectacular photos.

Getting Dusty and Dirty at Rebecca's Private Idaho

As the road season was coming to a close, a group of riders from Seattle decided to go and ride the Rebecca's Private Idaho (RPI) in Ketchum, Idaho. I love this place so much. I actually lived in Ketchum back in 1997 where I learnt to bike race. So it was great to go back to my old stomping grounds we a great group of friends to ride some gravel. I definitely wasn't in form as I had come off my bike 6 weeks earlier at 35 mph and broke 6 ribs. So my preparation was not very good to say the least. 

Time for the Beast... The Maratona Gran Fondo

The day was upon us that we all have been waiting for. To summit 7 passes and do nearly 15,000ft of climbing. We had pre ridden the course on a few of the climbs so we knew a little of what to expect. With 9,000 riders it was a slow start for those back at end of the start. A few guys were lucky to stage up front as they paid a little more to get a better place :)