SUPPORTING AUSTRALIAN SPORT
For more than four decades, we have proudly supported Australian athletes and are advocates for women’s sports in Australia.
Our involvement in sport began in 1992 when the company supported an unknown female cyclist for the Barcelona Olympic Games. She went on to win an Olympic gold medal and Kathy Watt became an instant household name. Later that year, Jayco formed Australia’s very first professional cycling team comprising riders such as Olympic gold medalist Dean Woods and Scott McGrory.
We are proud to have been instrumental in helping the sport of cycling grow in Australia and continue our support today with a focus on cycling and basketball.
We stand proud with a rich history in supporting Women’s basketball, previously supporting the Dandenong rangers for over a decade and today, the Southside Flyers. The Southside flyers are an Australian professional women’s basketball team competing in the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL).
2019 marked the start of a new era for the Southside flyers after taking over the Dandenong Rangers WNBL team. The teams home stadium is located at the State Basketball Centre. The Flyers continue to play and respect their history, and work to continue to be one of Australia’s most successful domestic women’s basketball teams.
With over 45 years of our own roots in Dandenong, where all Jayco’s are manufactured we are especially proud to continue supporting a team of athletes and women who inspire and enrich our own community of young athletes to come and all of Australia.
Soar with us!
Jayco’s 12th season supporting GreenEDGE Cycling Team Jayco Alula in the World tour peloton.
GreenEDGE Cycling is the home of Australia’s first men’s and women’s WorldTour cycling team.
With over 12 seasons, 460 UCI wins, and 33 grand tours, GreenEDGE cycling continues to be of Australia’s greatest sporting team and competitors on the world stage.
The sense of adventure, connection and happiness that cycling provides makes us truly proud to stand beside Team Jayco Alula as naming rights partner for another year. The team return to race in Australia throughout 2023 and we look forward to seeing what the year has in store for the team of athletes.