Cylance Pro Cycling just completed North America’s hardest stage race, the Tour of Utah and are now headed to the Tour of Britain, a 2.HC eight-day stage race on the European Tour calendar.
During Utah, the team road with clear goals in mind to be represented in each breakaway and to ride for general classification as the opportunity was available. Kyle Murphy showed is climbing form as he moved into 4th in General Classification after the hill climb time trial. When Murphy lost a bit of time on subsequent stages, it freed him up to ride aggressively in the final stage. With constant attacks, Murphy animated the race and just fell short of the victory as he was caught in the final meters.
“Had a fantastic time at Tour of Utah,” added Kyle Murphy, “especially during the last stage. I got a little crazy out there, and it felt great! Really looking forward to bringing that attacking style over the pond to the OVO Energy Tour of Britain.”
Watch the recap of our final stage here: