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Cylance co-titles UCI women’s cycling team

US tech company Cylance has signed as the co-title sponsor of the UCI women’s cycling team, formerly known as Valcar-PBM, for the 2019 season.

The Valcar-Cylance Cycling team will have an all-Italian roster for the upcoming season.

California-based Cylance is a leading provider of artificial intelligence-driven security systems.

“Cylance is as passionate about promoting women’s cycling as it is about protecting every computer, user and thing under the sun,” said Stuart McClure, founder and chief executive officer of Cylance.

“We also have avid amateur cyclists at all levels of the organisation – including me – who look forward to another winning year with team Valcar.”

The Cylance women’s team was set up in 2016. The brand also co-titled the men’s Continental Cylance-Incycle team, which ceased operating after the 2017 season.


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