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Cyniscas Showcase the Future of US Women’s Cycling at USA National Road Championships

Charleston, W. Va. – 20 MAY 2024 – Cynisca Cycling’s U23 riders captured the spotlight in downtown Charleston, W. Va. by winning or putting a rider on the podium at every USA Cycling pro/elite U23 championship race this past week. Chloe Patrick (19) claimed the gold in the U23 criterium championship race plus a silver in the individual time trial …

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 …

Cynisca Cycling Proudly Announces Addition of Lauren Stephens and Chloe Patrick to 2024 Roster

BLOOMINGTON, IN – 05 October 2023 – Cynisca Cycling is proud to announce Lauren Stephens and Chloe Patrick have signed to join the team’s 2024 roster. Stephens, the current USA gravel national champion and former USA national road champion, is a veteran racer, bringing leadership and world tour experience to the USA-based UCI pro Continental team. Patrick, current U23 elite …

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 …

Racing on Belgian Blocks

Craywinkelhof – Omloop Van Het Hageland, Cynisca’s first race in Belgium, was a valuable learning experience for our team. It was the first time several riders started a Belgium spring race. In true fashion, the race was cold, windy and harder than the cobbles the riders raced across. It was exciting for Cynisca to line up with some of the …

Cynisca Cycling Announces Five American Riders Among Team for Clásica de Almeria

BLOOMINGTON, IN – 10 FEBRUARY 2023 – Five American riders will start for US-based, UCI Continental Team Cynisca Cycling Saturday at the Clásica de Almeria. They’ll be joined by one French and one Canadian teammates as they race 141km from Puebla de Vícar to Vera, Spain. “We expect the race to be animated and fast,” says Cynisca Sports Director Robin Farina. “The …

Cynisca Will Make Debut in Vuelta CV Féminas

UPDATE February 6, 2023: RACE HIGHLIGHTS The start of the race went exactly to plan. Riders worked together over the first 10km with Emilie, Zoe and Ashley staying in the front to help Ashley, who is inexperienced but a super strong climber. Ashley took 3rd in the first GPM in her first international race. Emilie was set up near the …

NEWS RELEASE: Cynisca Cycling Announces Inaugural Roster of Talented, Young Cyclists

BLOOMINGTON, IN – 11 October 2022 – Cynisca Cycling, a new pro women’s cycling team committed to advancing women in the sport both on and off the bike, announces its inaugural roster of cyclists for the 2023 season. Comprised of 75% North American women, Cynisca Cycling‘s roster boasts some of the most promising young talent emerging on the international race …

Cynisca Cycling Sponsors USA Cycling Team, Helping More American Women Compete Internationally

August 14, 2022 — USA Cycling’s new women’s development program, sponsored by Cynisca Cycling, raced their second race of the season in France at La Picto-Charentaise. The team of Skylar Schneider, Shayna Powless, Heidi Franz, Erica Clevenger, Cara O’Neil, and Kyleigh Spearing raced the one-day event covering 120 kilometers from Poitiers to Chatellerault, France. Schneider took 2nd and teammate Powless placed 7th along with Franz winning the Queen of the …