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Team Lotto

The Lotto Cycling Team, currently known as Lotto–Soudal, is a Belgian professional cycling team with a long history in the sport. The team was established in 1985 under the sponsorship of the Belgian National Lottery, hence the name "Lotto." Over the years, the team has had various co-sponsors, resulting in different team names. Currently, it is sponsored by the Belgian National Lottery and Belgian cycling products manufacturer Soudal.


The Lotto cycling team has achieved numerous successes in both one-day classics and stage races. It has won stages in Grand Tours like the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia, and Vuelta a España, as well as victories in prestigious one-day races such as Paris-Roubaix, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, and the Tour of Flanders.


Lotto is deeply rooted in Belgian cycling culture and heritage. Belgium has a rich history in cycling, and the team's successes in iconic races contribute to the nation's cycling legacy.

Overall, the Lotto cycling team is a prominent force in professional cycling, with a rich history of successes in both one-day classics and stage races. Its contributions to Belgian cycling culture and development make it a significant institution within the sport.


Australian riders to ride for Team Lotto


Scott Sunderland 1995 - 1996

Robbie McEwan 2002 - 2008

Nick Gates  2003 - 2008

Henk Vogels  2005 - 2006

Cadel Evans  2005 - 2009

Mathew Lloyd  2007 - 2011

Caleb Ewan  2019 - 2023


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