List of 2011 UCI Professional Continental and Continental teams

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Listed below are the UCI Professional Continental and Continental Teams that compete in road bicycle racing events of the UCI Continental Circuits organised by the International Cycling Union (UCI). The UCI Continental Circuits are divided in 5 continental zones, America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania.[1]

UCI Professional Continental Teams[edit]

According to the UCI Rulebook, "a professional continental team is an organisation created to take part in road events open to professional continental teams. It is known by a unique name and registered with the UCI in accordance with the provisions below.

  • The professional continental team comprises all the riders registered with the UCI as members of the team, the paying agent, the sponsors and all other persons contracted by the paying agent and/or the sponsors to provide for the continuing operation of the team (manager, team manager, coach, paramedical assistant, mechanic, etc.).
  • Each professional continental team must employ at least 14 riders, 2 team managers and 3 other staff (paramedical assistants, mechanics, etc.) on a full time basis for the whole registration year."

List of 2011 UCI Africa Tour professional teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country Website
No team registered

List of 2011 UCI America Tour professional teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
CSM SpiderTech–C10  Canada
COL Colombia es Pasión–Café de Colombia  Colombia
TT1 Team Type 1–Sanofi  United States
UHC UnitedHealthcare  United States

List of 2011 UCI Asia Tour professional teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
No Team registered

List of 2011 UCI Europe Tour professional teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
LAN Landbouwkrediet–Colnago  Belgium
TSV Sport Vlaanderen–Baloise  Belgium
VWA Wanty–Groupe Gobert  Belgium
ACG Andalucía  Spain
CJR Caja Rural  Spain
GEO Geox–TMC  Spain
BSC Bretagne–Schuller  France
COF Cofidis  France
FDJ FDJ  France
SAU Saur–Sojasun  France
EUC Team Europcar  France
FAR Farnese Vini–Neri Sottoli  United Kingdom
APP Team NetApp  Germany
COG Colnago–CSF Inox  Ireland
DER De Rosa–Ceramica Flaminia  Ireland
ASA Acqua & Sapone  Italy
AND Androni Giocattoli  Italy
SKS Skil–Shimano  Netherlands
CCC CCC–Polsat–Polkowice  Poland

List of 2011 UCI Oceania Tour professional teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
No team registered

UCI Continental Teams[edit]

According to the UCI Rulebook, "a UCI continental team is a team of road riders recognised and licensed to take part in events on the continental calendars by the national federation of the nationality of the majority of its riders and registered with the UCI. The precise structure (legal and financial status, registration, guarantees, standard contract, etc.) of these teams shall be determined by the regulations of the national federation."

Riders may be professional or amateur. The nation under which the team is registered is the nation under which the majority of its riders are registered, a rule which men's continental teams share with women's teams.[2]

List of 2011 UCI Africa Tour teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
GSP Groupement Sportif Petrolier Algérie  Algeria
VAA Ville d'Alger-Ain Benian  Algeria
MTN MTN–Qhubeka  South Africa
BNT Team Bonitas  South Africa

List of 2011 UCI America Tour teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
DAT Clube DataRo de Ciclismo-Foz do Iguaçu  Brazil
FUN Funvic–Pindamonhangaba  Brazil
EPM EPM–UNE  Colombia
GOB Gobernación de Antioquia-Indeportes Antioquia  Colombia
MOT Movistar Continental Team  Colombia
BPC Bissell  United States
CDT Chipotle–Garmin Development Team  United States
JSH Jamis–Sutter Home  United States
JBC Jelly Belly–Kenda  United States
KBS Kelly Benefit Strategies–OptumHealth  United States
KPC Kenda–5-hour Energy  United States
RCC Realcyclist.com Cycling Team  United States
XRG Team Exergy  United States
TLS Trek–Livestrong  United States
WPC Wonderful Pistachios  United States

List of 2011 UCI Asia Tour teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
JLC China Jilun Cycling Team  China
GAM Gammax  China
HEN Hengxiang Cycling Team  China
HBR Holy Brother Cycling Team  China
MPC Marco Polo  China
MSS Max Success Sports  China
TYD Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team  China
CHA Champion System  Hong Kong
IUA Azad University  Iran
SUR Suren Cycling Team  Iran
TPT Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team  Iran
VAK Vali ASR Kerman Team  Iran
AIS Aisan Racing Team  Japan
BGT Bridgestone–Anchor  Japan
MTR Matrix Powertag  Japan
SMN Shimano Racing Team  Japan
BLZ Utsunomiya Blitzen  Japan
GGA Geumsan Ginseng Asia  South Korea
KSP KSPO  South Korea
SCT Seoul Cycling Team  South Korea
L2A LeTua Cycling Team  Malaysia
TSG Terengganu Cycling Team  Malaysia
ACT Action Cycling Team  Taiwan
FCT Fuji-Cyclingtime.com  Taiwan
GKT Giant Kenda Cycling Team  Taiwan

List of 2011 UCI Europe Tour teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
KTM Arbö–Gebrüder Weiss–Oberndorfer  Austria
RAD RC Arbö–Gourmetfein–Wels  Austria
VBG Team Vorarlberg  Austria
TYR Tyrol Team  Austria
URT Union Raiffeisen Radteam Tirol  Austria
WSA WSA-Viperbike Kärnten  Austria
SKT An Post–Sean Kelly  Belgium
BKP BKCP–Powerplus  Belgium
CMD Colba–Mercury–Dourphonie  Belgium
QCT Donckers Koffie-Jelly Belly  Belgium
JVB Jong Vlaanderen–Bauknecht  Belgium
PCW Lotto–Bodysol–Pôle Continental Wallon  Belgium
SUN Sunweb–Revor  Belgium
FID Telenet–Fidea  Belgium
WBC Wallonie Bruxelles–Crédit Agricole  Belgium
LOB Loborika Favorit Team  Croatia
MKT Meridiana–Kamen  Croatia
ASP AC Sparta Praha  Czech Republic
ADP ASC Dukla Praha  Czech Republic
PSK PSK Whirlpool–Author  Czech Republic
GLU Glud & Marstrand–LRØ  Denmark
TST Christina Watches–Onfone  Denmark
VPC Concordia Forsikring–Himmerland  Denmark
TEF Team Energi FYN  Denmark
VMC Burgos 2016–Castilla y León  Spain
ORB Orbea  Spain
AUB BigMat–Auber 93  France
RLM Roubaix–Lille Métropole  France
EDR Endura Racing  United Kingdom
MPT Motorpoint Pro–Cycling Team  United Kingdom
RCS Rapha Condor–Sharp  United Kingdom
SGS Sigma Sport–Specialized  United Kingdom
RAL Team Raleigh  United Kingdom
LKT LKT Team Brandenburg  Germany
TSP Team Nutrixxion Sparkasse  Germany
TSS Seven Stones  Germany
TRS Eddy Merckx–Indeland  Germany
THF Team Heizomat Mapei  Germany
NSP Team NSP  Germany
TET Thüringer Energie Team  Germany
TTR Test Team Raiko–Argon 18  Germany
TKT KTM-Murcia  Greece
SPT SP Tableware  Greece
WOB Team Worldofbike.gr  Greece
OHT Ora Hotels-Carrera  Hungary
DAN D'Angelo & Antenucci–Nippo  Italy
DSL DSL  Italy
MIE Miche–Guerciotti  Italy
ALB Alpha Baltic–Unitymarathons.com  Latvia
LPM La Pomme Marseille  Latvia
CCD Differdange–Magic–SportFood.de  Luxembourg
RIJ Cycling Team De Rijke  Netherlands
CJP Cycling Team Jo Piels  Netherlands
RB3 Rabobank Continental Team  Netherlands
TJB Joker–Merida  Norway
PBC Plussbank Cervélo  Norway
KRA Team Ringeriks–Kraft  Norway
SPV Sparebanken Vest-Ridley  Norway
DHL Bank BGŻ  Poland
LEG Legia-Felt  Poland
BSP Barbot–Efapel  Portugal
LAR LA–Antarte  Portugal
BOA Onda  Portugal
PRT Tavira–Prio  Portugal
TCT Tuşnad  Romania
TIK Itera–Katusha  Russia
ADR Adria Mobil  Slovenia
PER Perutnina Ptuj  Slovenia
RAR Radenska  Slovenia
SAK Sava  Slovenia
ZAN Partizan Powermove  Serbia
ARH Atlas Personal   Switzerland
PYB Price Your Bike   Switzerland
DUK Dukla Trenčín–Merida  Slovakia
CYK Team Cykelcity  Sweden
KTS Konya–Şekerspor–Torku–Vivelo  Turkey
MNS Manisaspor Cycling Team  Turkey
AMO Amore & Vita  Ukraine
ISD ISD–Lampre Continental  Ukraine
KLS Kolss Cycling Team  Ukraine

List of 2011 UCI Oceania Tour teams[edit]

Code Official Team Name Country
DPC Drapac Professional Cycling  Australia
GEN Genesys Wealth Advisers  Australia
BFL Team Budget Forklifts  Australia
JAI Team Jayco-AIS  Australia
VAU V Australia  Australia
PBR PureBlack Racing  New Zealand
SUB Subway Cycling Team  New Zealand

References[edit]

Preceded by
2010
List of UCI Professional Continental and Continental teams
2011
Succeeded by
2012