|Full name||Shane William Archbold|
The Flying Mullet
|Born||2 February 1989|
|Height||1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Weight||80 kg (176 lb)|
|Rider type||Lead out man|
|2007||Calder Stewart Pink Batts|
|2008||Kelford – Reiker|
|2012||Marco Polo Cycling–Donckers Koffie|
|2013–2014||An Post–Chain Reaction|
|2018||Aqua Blue Sport|
|One-day races and Classics|
Born in Timaru, Archbold competed in the men's omnium at the 2012 Summer Olympics, and won the gold medal in the men's scratch race at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, along with bronze in the men's team pursuit.
He was named in the start list for the 2016 Tour de France. During the 2016 Tour de France Shane crashed early on in the 17th stage and broke his pelvis but he struggled on to finish the stage. However, he was forced to withdraw from the race four days from the finish. In October 2017 it was announced that Archbold would join Aqua Blue Sport for the 2018 season.
In August 2018, he was without a professional road team because Aqua Blue Sport folded. He decided to team up with Aaron Gate to return to track cycling and participated in Six Day London and Six Day Melbourne of 2018–19 Six Day Series with the eye of entering madison event in 2020 Tokyo Olympics. In August 2019, he was named in the startlist for the 2019 Vuelta a España.
- 1st Time trial, National Novice Road Championships
- 2nd Team pursuit, UCI Junior Track World Championships
- National Junior Track Championships
- Australian Youth Olympic Festival
- 1st Stage 4 Tour du Pays de Vaud
- 1st Stage 4 Tour de Vineyards
- 1st Stage 4 Mi-Août en Bretagne
- 2nd Omnium, UCI Track World Championships
- 10th Overall Rás Tailteann
- 1st Six Days of Fiorenzuola (with Dylan Kennett)
- 1st Stage 2 Rás Tailteann
- Commonwealth Games
- 2nd Omnium, Fenioux Piste International
- 9th Rutland–Melton CiCLE Classic
- 2nd Classica Corsica
- 3rd Grand Prix d'Isbergues
- 5th Omloop van het Houtland
- 8th Rund um Köln
- 7th Coppa Bernocchi
- 6th Road race, Commonwealth Games
- 7th Grand Prix de Denain
- 1st Stage 2 Czech Cycling Tour
- 1st Road race, National Road Championships
- 3rd Overall Okolo Slovenska
- 9th Grote Prijs Marcel Kint
- National Road Championships
Grand Tour general classification results timeline
|Tour de France||DNF||—||—||—||—|
|Vuelta a España||—||—||—||151||—|
|—||Did not compete|
|DNF||Did not finish|
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- Piddington, Stu (16 October 2017). "Shane Archbold signs for Aqua Blue Sport". Cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 12 December 2017.
- "Cycling: Shane Archbold and Aaron Gate return to track cycling". The New Zealand Herald. 10 December 2018. Retrieved 7 February 2019.
- "2019: 74th La Vuelta ciclista a España". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 23 August 2019.
- "Fenioux Piste International: Vélodrome de Costebelle – Hyères – Côte d'Azur: Omnium Hommes Elite" (PDF). Fédération Française de Cyclisme. 11 July 2014. Archived from the original (PDF) on 11 February 2017. Retrieved 17 October 2014.
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