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Rally Cycling Targets Digital Swiss 5

Rally Cycling Targets Digital Swiss 5

Team joins Tour de Suisse peloton for five-day virtual race.

Rally Cycling is excited to announce it will be competing in The Digital Swiss 5 - five days of intense virtual racing with rotating three-rider rosters on the pristine roads of Switzerland. 

 Hosted by Rouvy, the Tour de Suisse, and Velon Group, the team is part of the original 18 squads selected for June's Tour de Suisse that have accepted the call to compete against the largest collection of WorldTour professionals ever on a digital platform. 

Running from April 22-26, organizers created the series, "in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to keep fans engaged in the sport and give riders an opportunity to compete against each other."

The team's primary rotating roster includes Stephen Bassett, Rob Britton, Nate Brown, Robin Carpenter, Adam de Vos, Colin Joyce, Kyle Murphy, and Emerson Oronte. Other riders are expected to be added once the official course details have been released. 

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