Jun 15

Cylance Pro Cycling Updates | RPM2 Sponsored Team

In previous blogs, we have mentioned our partnership with various athletes and coaches. Our team at RPM²understands the importance of Rosella Ratto Cylance RPM2supporting the endurance athlete community. As a sponsor of the Cylance Pro Cycling team, we take great joy in seeing these top-notch athletes compete in some of the most challenging races across the world. Following are some highlights of what the Cylance Pro Team has been up to and how well these athletes are doing.

Next week, the Cylance Pro Cycling team will be traveling to the United Kingdom for the Aviva Women’s Tour (June 15-19).

Krista Doebel-Hickok Finishes 9th in the Philadelphia International Classic

As part of the UCI Women’s World Tour Races, the Philadelphia International Classic is a six-lap course that totals 118km of racing. The Philadelphia International Classic is known for its aggressive racing and steep, brutal climb to the finish over the Manayunk Wall.

As her second time to compete in Philly, Krista Doebel-Hickok placed ninth. Krista, known for her power at steep climbs, applauded her teammate Rosella Ratto for helping her position for the difficult climb and for inspiring her to push herself.

Rossella Ratto Wins UCI Winston-Salem Cycling Classic

After battling through some crashes, sicknesses, and injuries, the Cylance Pro Cycling team made an excellent comeback at the UCI Winston-Salem Classic with Rosella Ratto earning first place and Valentina Scandolara winning second. Both cyclists credit their tenacity and smart tactics for their great performances. Both Ratto and Scandolara felt invigorated by their win and are excited to bring this energy and confidence into upcoming races.

Cylance Pro Cycling Finishes in the Top 10 at Amgen Tour of California

The Amgen Tour of California was the first UCI Women’s World Tour even of 2016. Of the Cylance Pro Cycling team, Krista Doebel-Hickok (USA), Alison Tetrick (USA), Rossella Ratto (ITA), Valentina Scandolara (ITA), Sheyla Guitierrez (ESP), and Doris Schweizer (SUI) competed. The Amgen Tour of California is a challenging four-day race that is broken up into stages.

On stage one, Rosella Ratto finished sixth overall and earned the Best Young Rider jersey. For stages two and three, Cylance finished in 11th place. During stage four, Alison Tetrick suffered from a crash but fortunately walked away without major injuries while Valentina Scandolara sprinted to 6th place closely behind the other five top racers.

Our team at RPM² applauds the Cylance team’s victories and dedication. We are looking forward to a great UCI season. To keep up with the latest news, follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.


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