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Current City:




Portland, Victoria   

Ballarat, Victoria 

Advanced Diploma of



Sprinting, All-Around

Career Highlights:

  • Australian National Champion ('18)

  • 2nd - Tour of Chongming Island ('18)

  • Oceania Champion ('16)

  • 2nd - Oceania Championships ('17)

  • 4th - AUS National Road Race ('17) 

  • 3rd - Nationals Criterium ('17)

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About Shannon:


Shannon kicked off her professional career with a victory at the Australian Road Race National Championships, an accomplishment she followed up with a 2nd place overall finish at the Tour of Chongming Island, a UCI World Tour event. In her second year as a professional rider, Shannon is looking forward to developing her ability with the TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank program.


// Q&A with Shannon

Why cycling?


I love being challenged each day in what I do; I get to follow my dream and fulfill my passion; and I love that cycling takes you all over the world, and teaches you so many great lessons in life. 


Favorite ride: 

Anywhere in Italy. 

Favorite cycling moment (so far):


Winning the Nationals road race in 2018 

2019 goals:


Be consistent in the Women’s World tour races that I have on my calendar; work hard to be at a level that I am good enough to represent Australia in the 2019 World championships. 

When not riding, I like to...:


Sing and play piano; and draw/sketch 

Favorite warmup song:


24k magic by Bruno Mars 

Favorite post-ride food:


Oatmeal with cinnamon, yoghurt, and banana. 

Any advice to future // aspiring cyclists?


Love what you do and do what you love! 


Little known fact?

My nickname is Dash - short for Dashchund because I have really short legs and a long torso.