Back for 2024

We’re stoked to welcome back a great bunch of multi-discipline riders and all-round legends to the Burgh rider line-up for 2024.

Connor Sens wearing a helmet after a bike race, being interviewed by Mike Tomalaris

Connor Sens
A force to be reckoned with in the gravel scene, Connor has proven his talent for tackling tough terrain, technical sections and challenging climbs with ease. Off the back of multiple wins in 2023, including the Australian Gravel National Champion title, Connor looks to take on some of the world’s biggest races this year with a stint abroad.

Nicole Frain
With an unconventional journey into cycling, Nicole has quickly made her mark with an impressive resume of races such as the Tour de France Femmes, Paris-Roubaix and a green and gold jersey win in 2022’s Australian National Road Race Championships. This year Nicole will head to Europe with the UCI Hess Cycling Team and spend her off-time as a gravel privateer.

A black and white photo of Matt Bird sitting down with a camera pointed towards him.

Matt Bird
From downhill and CX to road and gravel, there’s no doubt about Matt’s passion for cycling and racing. With a packed 2023 between the US and Australia including a 11-hour FKT attempt in South Australia, Leadville Trail MTB, Seven and the Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder, we look forward to following’s Matt’s adventures in 2024, it’s sure to be huge!

Izzy Flint
A true two wheeler, Izzy is an experienced road, XCO, XCC and Enduro racer with a stack of achievements including 2-time XCO National Champion, 3-time XCC National Champion and Enduro World Series Continental U21 Champion. We are pumped to see Izzy’s return to racing in 2024 after a break where she will contest her many titles and work towards world championships.