Cylance Pro Cycling achieved its first National Champion of the year as Sheyla Gutiérrez wins the Spanish National Championships road race. It was an emotional win for Sheyla as she crossed the line for an emphatic win.
Justin Williams is in Wisconsin with fellow teammates Scott Law and Orlando Garibay for the annual criterium series, Tour of America's Dairyland, for his final prep before nationals. With lots of cash primes on the line, the Tour of America's Dairyland, or ToAD as its called, features a very aggressive style of racing from the first lap to the last.
The North Star Grand PRix recently wrapped up in Minneapolis, MN with the Cylance Pro Cycling team taking a stage, a podium, and a 10th place over 5 days, proving to be another successful event for the sprint team ahead of the real test of the season, the US Pro Criterium Championships. “With Tulsa [Tough] and now North Star,” added Director Sportif Hilton Clarke, “I think we have had two very successful events. Our 'Sprint System' is up and running, and I couldn’t be more pleased.”
In 2016 Scott Law, then with Australian development team Subaru NSWIS, came agonizingly close to winning the overall jersey at Tulsa Tough, and he hasn’t forgotten about that moment since. Tulsa Tough is one of the premier events for the top sprinters on the North American calendar and is an important part of the Pro Road Tour. Scott still felt the burn from 2016 and was motivated to achieve victory at this prestigious event in 2017, representing Cylance Pro Cycling.
Cylance Pro Cycling sent their top sprinters to Oklahoma early for the Oklahoma City Pro/Am race weekend as a tune up before the next round of the Pro Road Tour, the St. Francis Tulsa Tough. Scott Law (AUS) and Justin Williams (USA) were the team’s lone representatives in OKC over three days of racing and made the most of their time together with Justin taking the victory on both the Day 1 and Day 3. Scott just missed the podium on Day 2, coming in fourth. It was a successful three days of racing for the dynamic sprinting duo.
Travelling from China to California, Cylance Pro Cycling is headed to the next UCI Women’s World Tour event, the Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease Women’s Race empowered by SRAM. The Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease Women’s Race empowered by SRAM is North America’s only UCI Women’s World Tour event and is the premier women’s race in the United States.
Cylance Pro Cycling secured its first World Tour victory at the Tour of Chongming Island as Kirsten Wild (NED) sprinted for the win on Stage 1 after a chaotic day on the road. Wild then finished 2nd on both Stages 2 and 3 to secure a second overall in general classification. It was an impressive performance by the Dutch sprinter recently returning from the UCI Track World Championships with two medals.