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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 …

Cynisca Cycling Adds Two Riders to Roster

BLOOMINGTON, IN – 17 APRIL 2023 – US-based, UCI Continental Team Cynisca Cycling announces the addition of two new development riders to its team roster.  Jess Cygan, 29, and Anna Hicks, 23, will make their debut with the team at the Tour of Gila, April 26-30. “Cynisca Cycling is happy to have two more developing riders from the USA Cycling …

Claire Windsor: My First Belgium Race Block

by Cynisca Claire Windsor – – 20 March 2023: My first spring block in Belgium has been an incredible journey and included pivotal moments of racing and personal growth. While I had a rough first race at @omloophageland navigating such an elite peloton, I quickly changed my perspective and goals for @lesamyn and found myself positioning the best I ever have. Just as I …

Grace Williams: My First Race as a UCI Pro

Grace Williams shares her experience from the Clasica de Almeria The Criterium Nation Chronicle 2023 Feb 21 by Grace Williams with intro by Rob Kelly: We have a soft spot in our hearts for Midwestern bike racers. It’s the Chicagoan in us…well in at least two of us (Allan is on his own being from the Pacific Northwest). Grace Williams came …

In Second Race and First Week of Competition, Cynisca Cycling Wins Clásica de Almería!

Cynisca Cycling’s Émilie Fortin wins the Clásica de Almería with help from teammates Pauline Allin, Kyleigh Spearing, Zoe Ta-Perez, Claire Windsor, Maddy Ward and Grace Williams. The 141 km race covered rolling terrain from Puebla de Vícar to Vera, Spain and was the team’s second ever race and also second in the week.  On a blustery day with gusty headwinds, …

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 …

Cynisca Cycling unveils kit design for 2023 inaugural season

BLOOMINGTON, IN – 12 December 2022 — Cynisca Cycling unveiled their kit design for the team’s 2023 inaugural season as a UCI Women’s Continental Team. Mumu Apparel, a Florida-based, family-owned cycling apparel company, is the official Cynisca team kit supplier. “This was my first time to work through a kit design and large team order,” said Julie Barnett, Cynisca’s art …

Cynisca Cycling Welcomes Robin Farina as Operations Director

Cynisca Cycling announces the appointment of Robin Farina as the team’s operations director and as a sports director. She will also help behind-the-scenes, handling travel logistics, acting as team liaison with coaches for individual training, coordinating race schedules and helping the team secure sponsorship. “As a former professional rider and team director, Robin knows firsthand what riders will face during …

World Première of Cynisca Cycling Women’s Team, Ribbon Cutting European Headquarters at Château de Saint-Martory

WHAT: World Première of Cynisca Cycling Women’s Team and ribbon cutting of the team’s European operational headquarters at Château de Saint-Martory, France. Cynisca is registering in the U.S. as a UCI continental team with the goal of being at the World Tour level within two years. The team is committed to helping a diverse, young group of U.S. and select …