A refreshed and revitalised CharterMason Giant Racing Team (powered by Brennan IT) Read more
Our goal is to assist the development of elite cyclists and the sport of cycling in Australia.
CharterMason Giant Racing Team – powered by Brennan IT (CMGRT) is a talented force of U23 cycling athletes who compete at the Subaru National Road Series (NRS) level. CharterMason, the owner, is a privately owned Australian professional services firm headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. CharterMason employs over 130 people nationally through offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Canberra. They specialise in helping businesses deliver major transformational change, bringing talent and expertise to execute strategies.
In 2014, the partnership between CharterMason Racing and Giant Bikes Australia has gone to a new level, with Giant becoming a naming rights sponsor. We are thrilled to have the full support of the Giant family behind the team and look forward to sharing our success with them for many years to come.
CharterMason Racing also welcomes Brennan IT as a naming rights sponsor. We are proud to be able to associate our team with such a successful brand as Brennan IT. We believe that our brand is the single most important investment you can make in business and the same applies in sport. We look forward to building our brand presence with Brennan IT in the years to come.
The CharterMason Talent Development Program will assist both the individual and team in their collective performance, as well as helping to ensure high quality rider experiences and enable athletes to create an impressive rider profile.
Effective talent management can help individuals and teams outperform competition — even when resources are tight. But many teams are lacking the skills and tools to attract, develop and reward strong performers.
The CMGRT’s comprehensive program empowers the team manager and athletes to align talent with team strategy and implement critical practices proven to drive team performance and long-term success.
Additions to our talent program for 2014 include:
Be a yardstick. Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected.
CharterMason and DRAPAC professional racing joined forces at the
beginning of 2012 to establish a road cycling development team.
CharterMason Giant Racing Team
powered by Brennan IT
The CharterMason Giant Racing Team – powered by Brennan IT team is one of the top domestic cycling teams in Australia.
Our vision is to provide an opportunity for talented young riders to race at the national level within Australia – the Subaru National Road Series.
We partner with Drapac Professional Cycling who are a Pro Continental level cycling team.
Together we provide a pathway to international level ranks and aim to have our riders racing at the Pro Tour level within 5 years.
Our aim with the CharterMason Masters Racing Team is to be one of the top masters level teams in Australia. Our vision brings together a group of business professionals who are also elite athletes in their age group.
We apply our knowledge, business acumen and passion for the sport to assist in the development CMGRT riders. The CharterMason Masters play a key role in mentoring our young riders, connecting them to their business networks and providing an environment where they can reach their potential, as athletes and people.
The masters team is also a key pillar in attracting and activating sponsorships for CMGRT. They also keep the young riders honest out on the road!
Follow CharterMason Giant Racing’s superb range of cycle team kits. Having a cycling team jersey will illuminate your passion for cycling by showing off your cycling apparel and showing support to your favourite professional rider or team.
You can purchase our team race kit, jersey, shorts and more on Champion System Australia.
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