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It’s All Downhill: Cynisca Descending Skills Training

The Cyniscas put their equipment to the test during recent skills training. The athletes practiced descending at Superbagnéres Ski Resort near the team’s service course at Château de Saint-Martory in France. For the casual rider, descending can be a welcome break from a hard ride. For bike racers, it can be stressful and high risk. Great skills, confidence and courage …

Mara Roldan and Nicole Steinmetz Join Cynisca as Stagiaires for Remainder of Season

BLOOMINGTON, IN – 28 August 2023 – In an ongoing mission to help develop young, talented women cyclists, Cynisca Cycling welcomes Mara Roldan and Nicole Steinmetz to the team as stagiaires for the remainder of the season. Cynisca also continues its sponsorship of the USA Cycling women’s development team.  “Mara and Nicole have great potential, and we’re thrilled to bring …

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  • September 1, 2023

Cynisca Update: Mid-Season Camp Photo Recap; and Sarkisov Takes 3rd in Charente-Maritime Stage

11-20 July 23 — The Cyniscas used a mid-July training camp as an opportunity to regroup, refresh and renew the team’s commitment to helping young cyclists develop and improve their skills. Most of the team and some staff spent a week at our Château de Saint-Martory base and service course near the Pyrénées. We couldn’t ask for a more perfect …

Race Reports: Tulsa Tough, National Championships, Tour of Berlin, Mt. Evans Hill Climb

Cyniscas and the rest of the world of professional cycling wrapped up June with National Championship races. The month was one of firsts with many of the Cyniscas competing in their first national championships or even first time trials. After Nationals, the US-based staff and most of the riders made the transfer back to the EU for the team’s next …

Cynisca Young Talent on Upward Trajectory Following April US Races

Director’s Race Report from Redlands, Sea Otter and Gila The young and brand new Cynisca squad had a busy three weeks in California and New Mexico. The team competed in its first stage race at the Annual Redlands Bicycle Classic, followed by the Sea Otter Classic and the Tour of the Gila in New Mexico. These challenging races allowed our …

Race Reports: Three Tough Races for Cynisca in Europe

While some Cyniscas compteted in US races, four of our riders continued improving their form in Europe. The team also brought on a new sports director, Deena Blacking, delivering on our mission to advance more women in the sport both on and off the bike. Here’s Deena’s report on our most recent races in Europe. Grand Prix Féminin de Chambéry …