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Cynisca Cycling Announces Inaugural Roster of Talented, Young Riders

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…

Friday, Oct 14

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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 scene.

“We’re excited about the Cynisca project and to announce the first riders,” said Chris Gutowsky , the team’s general manager and co-founder. “Cynisca will provide the platform for these talented cyclists to train and compete at the highest level and help aspiring athletes realize their dreams. These women represent the future of cycling.”

USA Cycling CEO Brendan Quirk commented on the partnership with Cynisca, “USA Cycling is committed to developing more women into elite cyclists, and this partnership is a critical step forward towards our long-term goals at the Paris 2024 and Los Angeles 2028 Olympics. Thanks to Cynisca, we’ll welcome a new team of American women into the European peloton and strengthen the next generation of up-and-coming riders.”

The Cynisca Cycling Team announced the riders on social media with a nod to the team’s namesake, with each athlete declaring “I am Cynisca!” The Team members includes:

Pauline Allin
Saint Dizant-du-Gua, Charente-Maritime, FRANCE: A very experienced French pro, Pauline has most recently raced for UCI Continental Team Arkéa Pro Cycling. She has scored some impressive results including stage victories at Tour l’Ardeche. She has also competed in Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Paris-Roubaix Femmes and […]

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