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Rally Cycling Heads to Europe with Winning Ambitions

Rally Cycling Heads to Europe with Winning Ambitions

Rally Cycling will further commit itself to European racing in 2020, with key riders and managers moving full-time to Europe. The team's loss of GC start Brandon McNulty will see it refocus on stage wins and one-day races.

Rally Cycling pedals into the unknown in 2020, and only time will provide answers to the American racing outfit and its fans. The squad enters its third year in the UCI Pro Continental ranks, and management again has its sights set on scoring top results in European races.

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