Australian cyclist Ruby Roseman-Gannon has extended her contract with Team Jayco AlUla through to the end of 2025, according to an announcement from the team’s management. The 24-year-old turned professional with the Australian team in 2022 and has been making a significant impact on the cycling scene since then. She placed fourth in the Santos Tour Down Under and in the WorldTour one-day race, the Classic Lorient Agglomération. Team Jayco AlUla expressed confidence that Roseman-Gannon is on the brink of achieving consistent major wins.
Brent Copeland, Team Jayco AlUla’s General Manager, stated that Roseman-Gannon was a talent they believed in from the start. He praised her professional attitude and focus, indicating that the team is keen to build around her as one of their future leaders. “It’s great that Ruby has believed in our project and has signed up for another two years,” Copeland added.
For her part, Roseman-Gannon reflected on her journey with the team, sharing that her European race exposure and the support from Team Jayco AlUla have been instrumental in her development. She acknowledged the forthcoming strong additions to the team’s roster and is looking forward to furthering her achievements with a core group of teammates. “I’m motivated to work really hard and also help to create an environment where the whole team can be at their best,” she said.
The squad is set for expansion in 2024, with the team aiming to add more depth and strength to its roster after merging with Liv Racing TeqFind. This development is in line with the team’s aspirations to see Roseman-Gannon grow into a key leadership role in the coming years.