Rally Cycling

By Rudi Lopez, M.A. | rudi.benhtv@gmail.com

Torrance, CA. – The 2017 professional cycling season is about to start, and teams have finalized their rosters, finished training camp and are ready to get back in the saddle.

Team Rally Cycling men’s team recently finished it’s winter camp at Snow Mountain Ranch in Estes, Colorado. The team’s winter camp December 18-22, 2016 was an opportunity for the team to regroup, welcome new riders, spend time with teammates and work on equipment before  heading west to Oxnard, California for its annual Southern California training camp January 19-29. Men’s cycling team will start their 2017 campaign in Europe at the Vuelta Ciclista a la Region de Murcia in Spain on February 11, followed by the Volta ao Algarve in Portugal, February 15-19, the Volta ao Alentego February 22-26 and concluding with the Classica da Arrabida – Cylin’Portugal on March 5.

The Women’s Cycling team will hold training camp from January 31 through February 12.  The team welcomes several new riders as it continues to focus on rider development and success. The women of Rally Cycling will spend the majority of it’s 2017 campaign in North America competing in extensive road and criterium events and some select races in Europe.

Later this evening, both squads will officially debut at a special launch event at the American Honda Museum in Torrance, CA from 5-8 p.m. It’s a great opportunity for supporters, sponsors and cycling enthusiasts to meet the riders, see the team kits and road bikes, and enjoy some fun entertainment.

For more information on Rally Cycling Team visit their website:

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