Lachlan Morton

Reunited with brother Gus, Lachlan Morton details “super-exciting” plans

The possibility that the sport could lose one of its most promising young climbing talents has abated with confirmation that Lachlan Morton will remain a professional cyclist in 2015. The Australian told CyclingTips last month that he wanted to step back from the WorldTour level, saying that he had had enough. “I’m looking elsewhere – […]


Vaughters: Morton ‘needs to go back and rediscover why he loves his bike’

Speaking after one of the top young riders in the Garmin-Sharp team, Lachlan Morton, said that he wanted to step back from the WorldTour, the American squad’s CEO Jonathan Vaughters has said that he understands the Australian’s situation but that he hopes time will prompt a rethink. Speaking to CyclingTips, Morton said that he had […]


Lachlan and Gus Morton: One brother’s stepback, another’s comeback

It’s been a long and pretty unexpected twelve months. This time last year Lachlan Morton was approaching the end of his most successful season as a professional and one that identified him as a top talent for the future. Just 21 years of age, he won a stage in the Tour of Utah, led the […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Overall victory for Tim Wellens at the Eneco Tour; Nairo Quintana wins Vuelta a Burgos after queen stage victory; Anna van der Breggen leads Rabo-Liv podium clean-sweep at Ladies Tour of Norway; Steven Kruijswijk wins Arctic Race of Norway; Start-to-finish victory for Claudia Lichtenberg at […]


An interview with Lachlan Morton

At this time last year Lachlan Morton had won a stage of the Tour of Utah, wore the yellow jersey for two days at the US Pro Challenge and won the Youth Classification for both races at 21 years old. A year later he’s admittedly having “the worst season I’ve ever had” because of a […]


Thereabouts – the doco

UPDATE: Please use the password “thereabouts” if prompted when trying to view the film. A few months ago we published the photo feature “Thereabouts” by brothers Gus and Lachlan Morton. It told the story of their 2500km journey from Port Macquarie to Uluru in just twelve days and how they attempted to reconnect with the […]