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Cyniscas Share Their Love of the Sport at Serious Cycling and Kimberly Elementary School

What a great way to start out our USA racing block! In addition to racing and riding bikes, the Cyniscas have the honor of sharing our love of the sport with others. Sunday, April 7, several of the Cyniscas and staff rode with a wonderful group of supporters from Serious Cycling shop in Agoura Hills, Calif. at an “Empowering Women …...

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Race Report: Stephens Solos to Stage Victory in Normandy

Cynisca Lauren Stephens led the team at the Tour de Normandie with a stage win, two top ten stage finishes and sixth in the overall general classification (GC). The packed field included six UCI World Tour and 16 Continental teams. Sport director Gillian Ellsay sums up the four-day UCI 2.1 stage race in her race report below. Stage 1 – …...

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A Front Row Seat for the Growth of Women’s Bike Racing

by Peter Abraham , president and brand strategist of Abraham Studio Over the last year, I’ve been paying attention to the theme of women’s empowerment in both sports and popular culture: the success of the Barbie movie, Taylor Swift’s wildly popular Eras tour, the growing FIFA Women’s World Cup, and the most popular college athlete in America is Iowa’s basketball star...

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Race Reports: Cyniscas Take the Win for Second Year at Clásica de Almeria (1.1)

Excellent teamwork helped secure Lauren Stephens the win and Fiona Mangan an 8th place finish at the Clásica de Almeria in southern Spain. This was the second year a Cynisca stood atop the podium at the end of this race. Emilie Fortin had the honor in 2023 at Cynisca’s second race ever. Sport director Gillian Ellsay explained the one-two-three-punch strategy …...

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A Week with Cynisca Cycling: Training Camp 2024

Photos & Words by Grace Williams The air is brisk, the darkness lasting until the clock hits 8 a.m. on the dot – when the mountains finally permit the sun to crest the horizon. The birds are chirping, the remnant smoke from nearby controlled burns adding a diffused, beautiful glow to the early light. Cherry blossoms and orange trees line …...

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