Cylance Pro Cycling is heading back to Belgium for the iconic Spring Classics of the North, where the team will race Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday, March 26. This is the fourth UCI Women’s World Tour race on the calendar featuring some of the iconic climbs and cobbled roads of Flanders Field. The riders will race up the Kemmelberg, the Monteberg and the Baneberg, all with gradients exceeding 20%. It is always a challenging race that can select the strongest riders to compete in a sprint finish.
With plenty of success on the roads of the cobbled classics already, Cylance Pro Cycling will bring young rider Sheyla Guiterriez (ESP), who is showing great consistency in the Spring Classics. Guiterriez will be joined by Willeke Knol (NED) , Marta Tagliaferro (ITA), Joelle Numainville (CAN), Małgorzata Jasińska (POL), and Rossella Ratto (ITA). This strong team has options for bunch finishes and hard selective races.
"We are getting to some of the most exciting races on the calendar," said Director Sportif, Manel Lacambra. "The riders are prepared for these Belgian races and are a great team that works together. We are ready to give these next races our best"
Gent Wevelgem Roster:
Rossella Ratto (ITA)
Willeke Knol (NED)
Sheyla Guiterriez (ESP)
Marta Tagliaferro (ITA)
Joelle Numainville (CAN)
Małgorzata Jasińska (POL)
After a successful team camp and Tour de Murrieta, the men of Cylance Pro Cycling will compete at San Dimas Stage Race in San Dimas, California. The 3 day race consists of a decisive hill climb time trial, a undulating road race, and a technical criterium.
Showing great form at camp, Kyle Murphy (USA) will look to set the tone for the men on the first stage, where he’s had success in previous editions. In the following stages Scott Law (AUS), who placed second on Stage 2 of Tour de Murrieta, will be a great option for the team, along with notable sprinter, Justin Williams (USA). They will be joined by strong teammates Orlando Garibay (MEX), Andres Dias (COL), and Hunter Grover (USA).
“We have a great roster leading into San Dimas Stage Race” says Hilton Clarke, Director Sportif. “Kyle Murphy is coming in as one of the favorites for the time trial and sprinters Scott Law and Justin Williams are prepped and ready for the fast finishes of Stage 2 and 3.”
Roster for San Dimas Stage Race:
Justin Williams (USA)
Orlando Garibay (MEX)
Andres Diaz (COL)
Hunter Grove (USA)
Kyle Murphy (USA)
Scott Law (AUS)