Cameron Ivory

Cam grew up riding his BMX bike in the bush behind his house and spent most school holidays digging jumps and trying to out-do his mates. After a bad crash where he knocked out his front teeth and got stitches in his lip, he gave mountain biking a go at age 14 and quickly started to progress through the club grades, state and national level until he got selected for the 2009 Junior MTB World Championships at Mt Stromlo.

Since then, Cam has been a member of the Australian MTB team most years and was a member of the 2014 Commonwealth Games team racing in Glasgow, Scotland. He was the 2018 National Champion for XCO, XCM and XCE, the 2019 National Champion for XCC but missed defending his XCO title that year by 2 seconds. His focus remains on the dirt with the Trek-Shimano MTB team, however, he has claimed stage wins and podiums racing in the National Road Series with the GPM-Stulz team and placed 4th in the 2019 National Criterium Championships. For 2020, Cam will head back to Europe to race the MTB World Cup season like he has for many previous years, collecting UCI points and mixing it with the World’s best.

Away from the bike, Cam is studying a Bachelor of Construction Management with University of South Australia (UniSA), has a Diploma of Mechanical Engineering and has a love for great coffee.

Cam Ivory