Canadians top Rally Cycling’s GC expectations

Rally Cycling come back to the 5 stage Redlands Bicycle Classic in California on 6th April, to hold their overall award in men’s race.

In 2015, Phil Gaimon won Redlands and he now rides for Team Cannondale Pro Cycling. The squad, this year, enters Redlands with 3 team leaders: Americans Evan Huffman and Danny Pate, and twenty-two year old Victoria native Adam de Vos.
Jonas Carney, the Rally performance manager told that they are happy to come back to Redlands and attempt to repeat their win from last year. They are bringing a very strong team with an eye on the general classification. Their people guys are coming off a tough block of European racing in March and must be all set to fight the best teams in North America.
In 2015 edition Lay finished eleventh and later in the season went on to win the mountain queen classification at Amgen Tour of California. Canadian cyclists Catherine Ouellette, Sara Poidevin and Katherine Maine would support the teams GC ambitions while also looking for stage win scopes.
Zach Bell, the team director, told that Redlands would be the first test for many of the new riders on Rally Cycling. The team has put in a lot of hard work through the winter and Redlands is the perfect platform to show what the Rally women’s program can do this year.