• Bec Henderson on her way around the course at the 2016 UCI MTC World Cup XCO in Mont-Ste-Anne, Canada (Rob Jones/Canadian Cyclist) (Canadian Cyclist)Source: Canadian Cyclist
The Australian MTB stars will run their own private team in 2017 and are on the look out for a major sponsor.
Cycling Central

10 Feb 2017 - 8:19 AM  UPDATED 10 Feb 2017 - 5:53 PM

While the pair have partnered with Scott Bikes Australia and will also receive significant support from such partners as Mitas Bicycle Tyres, Motion clothing, TORQ Nutrition, Adidas Eyewear and Stan’s NoTubes, the lack of a major sponsor is a concern. 

For Bec and Dan's goals remain the same, i.e. battling for the podium at the six World Cup rounds in 2017 across Europe and Canada, and featuring at their home soil World Championships in Cairns come September. 

Achieving these aims doesn't just "happen" and a lot of preparation and support is required before the World Cup season kicks off mid-May in the Czech Republic. 

Away from the financial balance sheet though, the pair are already well in the black in leading their respective elite categories after the first four rounds of the Australian National series. They head out on their new Scott Sparks and Scales this weekend in Bairnsdale as they look to secure the overall titles. 

The Australian season concludes in March with the Oceania Championships in Toowoomba and then the National Championships in Canungra, Queensland – the home of the 2018 Commonwealth Games mountain bike event.

If you would like to support Bec and Dan, you can buy their own cycling clothing manufactured by Motion – all profits will go directly to their 2017 international team expenditure – visit motionneverstop.com.au