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.
Cylance Pro Cycling is heading to the next UCI Women’s World Tour race, the Tour of Chongming Island. Located outside of Shanghai, Chongming Island is an oasis of greenery and a great backdrop for fast world class bike racing. The Tour of Chongming consists of three days relatively flat and furious days that are typically dictated to finish in a sprint.
The men of Cylance Pro Cycling will race the Redlands Bicycle Classic. After a podium sweep at the Dana Point Grand Prix, the team will compete at this next Pro Road Tour event looking for continued victories.
Cylance Pro Cycling Sweeps Podium at Dana Point Grand Prix of Cycling and Animate at the Tour de Yorkshire Cylance Pro Cycling sets a standard of teamwork and victory at the Dana Point Grand Prix with an impressive 1,2,3 podium sweep. In its 11th year, the Dana Point Grand Prix is the next stop on the Pro Road Tour, and the men of Cylance Pro Cycling were ready to put on a show.
Cylance Pro Cycling won three medals at the UCI Track World Championships with Rachele Barbieri (ITA) being crowned a World Champion and Kirsten Wild (NED) winning a silver and a bronze medal. The UCI Track World Championships took place in Hong Kong as the riders represented their individual countries on their national teams in multiple events.
After finding success on the road with Cylance Pro Cycling, Barbieri and Wild began their focused training in preparation for the World Championships by attending World Cup track races around the world. Riding multiple disciplines can be challenging, but Cylance Pro Cycling believes in supporting the riders’ individual goals throughout the year.
Cylance Pro Cycling is headed to one of North America’s most difficult stage races, the Tour of the Gila. Located in Silver City, New Mexico racing from April 19 to April 23. Taking place in high desert altitude, the race is notorious for its five days of windy and mountainous conditions. The 2017 Tour of the Gila is a part of the Pro Road Tour and Cylance Pro Cycling is sending both women’s and men’s teams to compete in the event.
Cylance Pro Cycling has reached the turning point from the cobbled classics to enter the hills of Ardennes Week. The first race that marks this transition in the season is the Amstel Gold Race. Even though Amstel Gold takes place in the Netherlands, and it is not geographically within the Ardennes, it is still regarded as the beginning of Ardennes Week. The races that follow are Liege-Bastogne-Liege and Flèche-Wallone. All three of these races are a part of the UCI Women’s World Tour calendar. Although Flèche-Wallone has had a women’s race for many years, Amstel Gold Race has not had a women’s edition since 2003 and this is the first edition of the women’s event for Liege-Bastogne-Liege.
Krista Doebel-Hickok 2nd, Eric Marcotte 3rd in McClellan Road Race
Cylance Pro Cycling raced throughout the United Stated States this weekend with three wins and four podium finishes. The Alabama Cycling Classic in Anniston, Alabama, hosts two days of racing, the Sunny King Criterium and the Anniston McClellan Road Race. Both of these events are a part of the Pro Road Tour calendar.