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Cynisca Cycling announces bike, equipment sponsors for 2023 season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for building bikes for Cynisca Cycling’s (CYN-USA) inaugural season. Cynisca’s jolly Technical Director John Gatch and his elves were busy assembling the team’s initial fleet of bikes for the 2023 season. Cynisca Cycling, a UCI-registered Women’s Continental team, announced partnerships with Ventum for frames, Shimano for groupsets and wheels, Vittoria for tires, …

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  • December 20, 2022

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 Directors Complete UCI Sport Directors Course

Clignet and Farina add to expanding number of women leading in cycling November7, 2022 — As part of its mission to advance more women in cycling, Cynisca Cycling enrolled two women into the Union Cycliste Internationale’s (UCI) annual Sport Directors Training Program held at the UCI World Cycling Center in Aigle, Switzerland, this past week. Robin Farina and Marion Clignet …

Inga Thompson, a Pioneer in Women’s Bike Racing, Joins Cynisca Cycling Board of Directors

One of the most decorated cyclists in American history, Inga Thompson has joined the Cynisca Cycling board of directors to help advance more women in the sport, both on and off the bike.   “Inga will be a great mentor for team members and advisor for the board,” said Cynisca Cycling founder Jeff Jones. “Like our namesake, she raced when …

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 and USA Cycling Team Up to Get More Women to Europe Ahead of the World Championships

FROM OUR USA CYCLING PARTNER: By: Jim Rutberg  September 22, 2022 Skylar Schneider and Heidi Franz made their way on to the World Championships team with a little help from Cynisca Cycling. After announcing a partnership with new American-licensed Continental professional women’s team, Cynisca Cycling, in July 2022, USA Cycling supported a team of elite women for a block of European races …

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  • September 22, 2022

Cynisca Cycling Welcomes Robin Farina as Operations Director

Cynisca Cycling announces the appointment of Robin Farina as the team’s operations director. Farina joins current Director Sportif Marion Clignet to provide riders a high-level, women-driven director structure. She will also help behind-the-scenes, handling travel logistics, acting as team liaison with coaches for individual training, coordinating race schedules and more. “As a former professional rider and team director, Robin knows …

IN THE NEWS: Six Riders Added to USA Cycling’s 2022 Road World Championships Team

Since the initial team announcement, there have been several changes to the team heading to Wollongong this week. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – On August 26, USA Cycling announced the athletes representing the United States at the 2022 UCI Road World Championships in Wollongong, Australia, on September 18-25, 2022. Since that announcement, there have been several changes to the team. Between the UCI …

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 …