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It’s not every day you see a cycling tour company step up to support a top-level professional cycling team. So why is Velo Veneto so excited to be working with the Cylance Pro Cycling Team? Three simple reasons.

1. Growth – We expect the additional exposure of supporting the team to introduce us to a whole new audience, many of whom we hope will travel with us. But this isn’t growth for the sake of growth. Having a bigger and broader audience will allow us to develop more of our unique brand of cycling camps in more of the sport’s iconic locations. We’ll also be able to offer camps more often throughout the year, meaning you can come ride with us at a time that fits YOUR schedule.

2. Quality – Giving you an amazing experience is always the primary factor in all of our decisions. Now we’ll be able to ride with Cylance Pro Cycling Team members at Velo Veneto camps throughout the year. They will contribute to our blog and newsletters, offering insight into what it takes to get to, and stay at, this level and the amazing places around the world pro cycling takes them. We’ll be working with the team’s other partners and sponsors to make each and every camp better—whether that be exclusive access, product demos, or unique meet-and-greet opportunities—for all of our guests.

3. Women’s Cycling – We see the growth of top-level women’s events like the Amgen Women’s Tour of California, La Course, and the Madrid Challenge as long-awaited recognition of the fantastic spectacle that is women’s professional cycling. We are excited to help make top level women’s teams at top level events the rule, rather than the exception. We love seeing the growth of women’s sport and look forward to welcoming more and more women at our camps.

Look forward to more information as the season goes along about specific training camps, opportunities to meet the team, and much, much more. Join us!

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