Neve Bradbury Australia

Neve Bradbury, the winner of the 2020 Zwift Academy, finished her third year as a pro rider in 2023. After a stellar 2022, Neve admitted 2023 didn’t quite go to plan. She won the youth classification at Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour and finished second in the same classification at Setmana Ciclista and CIC-Tour Féminin Pyrénées stage races. Her season was disrupted with an elbow fracture and she was disappointed with her performance at her target race, the Giro d’Italia Donne where she was forced to abandon on stage nine.

Fast forward to 2024, and Neve’s emerging talent is again shining through. She won the U23 national road championship title in January followed by a third place in the general classification at the Santos Tour Down Under, her first-ever World Tour GC podium. With the wind in her sail, Neve finished second on the queen stage at the UAE Tour Women, taking another GC podium in second place, as well as winning the youth classification. The results catapulted the CANYON//SRAM Racing rider to the top of the Women’s World Tour rankings with the 21-year-old now ranked number one in the world for the Elite and Youth World Tour classifications.

Neve says, “After winning Zwift Academy in 2020, I leapt into the pro peloton, and it’s been quite a journey over the last four years. I’m sitting here now in the UCI World Tour leader’s jersey, and I couldn’t be more stoked. It’s a really special feeling to be leading the UCI World Tour. I didn’t think coming into this tour that it was something I would be coming away with. I was just focused on doing the best I could each day, so I feel like this is a bonus.”



  • LEADER, UCI Women’s World Tour Elite rankings 11/2/2024
  • LEADER, UCI Women’s World Tour Youth rankings 11/2/2024
  • Australian U23 road champion
  • Bronze medal, Australian U23 ITT championships
  • 2nd place stage, UAE Women’s Tour, WWT
  • 2nd place general classification, UAE Women’s Tour, WWT
  • Winner youth classification, UAE Women’s Tour, WWT
  • 3rd place stage, Santos Women’s Tour Down Under, WWT
  • 3rd place general classification, Santos Women’s Tour Down Under, WWT
  • 2nd place youth classification, Santos Women’s Tour Down Under, WWT
  • Team Classification winners, UAE Tour Women, WWT
  • 11th place, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, WWT
  • Winner youth classification, Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
  • 7th place general classification, Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
  • 2nd youth classification, Setmana Ciclista Valenciana
  • 14th general classification, Setmana Ciclista Valenciana
  • 3rd place TTT stage, Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
  • Leading youth classification, five stages, Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
  • 5th place stage, CIC-Tour des Pyrénées
  • 5th place general classification, CIC-Tour des Pyrénées
  • 2nd place youth classification, CIC-Tour des Pyrénées
  • 8th place, Durango Durango Emakumeen Saria
  • 11th place stage, Tour de Suisse, WWT
  • 11th place general classification, Tour de Suisse, WWT
  • 2nd Best Young Rider, Tour de Suisse, WWT
  • 2nd youth classification, Giro Donne, WWT
  • 10th general classification, Giro Donne, WWT
  • 5th place general classification, Tour of Scandinavia, WWT
  • Winner youth classification, Tour of Scandinavia, WWT
  • 4th place youth classification – Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
  • 9th place stage – Setmana Valenciana
  • Winner CANYON//SRAM Zwift Academy
  • Bronze medal – Oceania Championship junior road race
  • 8th place -Oceania Championships junior ITT


UCI Women's Worldteam

With fifteen riders from nine different countries, Women’s World Tour team CANYON//SRAM Racing is the home of a diverse group of highly ambitious women who are willing to invest in their future and the future of cycling by breaking new grounds and constantly challenging themselves and their competitors. 


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