UCI Women's Team

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A UCI Women's Team is a women's road bicycle team sanctioned by the International Cycling Union (UCI). These teams compete in the major women's bicycle races including the UCI Women's Road World Cup and the team time trial for trade teams at the UCI Road World Championships.

The country designation of each team is determined by the country of registration of the largest number of its riders, and is not necessarily the country where the team is registered or based.[1]

Current teams[edit]

Code Official team name Country
ALE Alé–Cipollini (2017 season)  Italy
VAI Aromitalia Vaiano (2017 season)  Italy
ASA Astana (2017 season)  Kazakhstan
BPK Bepink–Cogeas (2017 season)  Italy
BDP Bizkaia–Durango (2017 season)  Spain
CZG Conceria Zabri–Fanini–Guerciotti (2017 season)  Albania
DLT Boels–Dolmans (2017 season)  Netherlands
BTC BTC City Ljubljana (2017 season)  Slovenia
LPR2 Canyon–SRAM (2017 season)  Germany
CBT Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling (2017 season)  Germany
GPC China Chongming–Liv (2017 season)  Hong Kong
CVB Colavita/Bianchi (2017 season)  United States
CPC Cylance Pro Cycling (2017 season)  United States
DRP Drops (2017 season)  United Kingdom
FUT FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope (2017 season)  France
HBS Hagens Berman–Supermint (2017 season)  United States
HPU Team Hitec Products (2017 season)  Norway
ISG Giusfredi–Bianchi (2017 season)  Italy
LWW Lares–Waowdeals (2017 season)  Belgium
LZE Lensworld–Kuota (2017 season)  Belgium
LTK Lointek (2017 season)  Spain
LBL Lotto–Soudal Ladies (2017 season)  Belgium
GEW2 Orica–Scott (2017 season)  Australia
PHV Parkhotel Valkenburg–Destil (2017 season)  Netherlands
RLW Rally Cycling (2017 season)  United States
MIC S.C. Michela Fanini Rox (2017 season)  Italy
SAS SAS–Macogep (2017 season)  Canada
SEF Servetto Giusta (2017 season)  Italy
BMS Team Virtu Cycling (2017 season)  Denmark
TLP Team Sunweb (2017 season)  Netherlands
TIB Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank (2017 season)  United States
TWC Thailand Women's Cycling Team (2017 season)  Thailand
TOG Top Girls Fassa Bortolo (2017 season)  Italy
VLL Sport Vlaanderen–Guill D'or (2017 season)  Belgium
T20 Sho-Air TWENTY20 (2017 season)  United States
UHC UnitedHealthcare (2017 season)  United States
VAL Valcar–PBM (2017 season)  Italy
DNA Visit Dallas DNA Pro Cycling (2017 season)  United States
SLP Weber Shimano Ladies Power (2017 season)  Argentina
WHT Wiggle High5 (2017 season)  United Kingdom
WM3 WM3 Pro Cycling (2017 season)  Netherlands

Former UCI Women's teams[edit]

Code Team Name Country First year Last year
HBH Team Halfords Bikehut  United Kingdom 2008 2008
DPD Team Ibis Cycles  United Kingdom 2012 2012
OND
VVP
Vrienden van het Platteland  Netherlands 2000 2008
SQS Squadra Scappatella  Austria 2013 2013

Teams by year[edit]

1998[edit]

1999[edit]

2000[edit]

2001[edit]

2002[edit]

2003[edit]

2004[edit]

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

2008[edit]

2009[edit]

2010[edit]

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

List updated 8 January 2015[2] ()

The 2015 UCI Women's Teams are:

Code Official team name Country Continent
ALE Astana–Acca Due O (2015 season)  Italy Europe
ASA Alé Cipollini (2015 season)  Kazakhstan Asia
BPK BePink-La Classica (2015 season)  Italy Europe
BCT Bigla Pro Cycling Team (2015 season)   Switzerland Europe
BPD Bizkaia–Durango (2015 season)  Spain Europe
DLT Boels Dolmans Cycling Team (2015 season)  Netherlands Europe
BTC BTC City Ljubljana (2015 season)  Slovenia Europe
BZK BZK Emakumeen Bira (2015 season)  Spain Europe
GPC China Chongming–Liv–Champion System Pro Cycling (2015 season)  Hong Kong Asia
FCT Feminine Cycling Team (2015 season)  Germany Europe
HPU Hitec Products (2015 season)  Norway Europe
ISG Inpa Sottoli Giusfredi (2015 season)  Italy Europe
SLP Itau Shimano Ladies Power Team (2015 season)  Argentina America
LWZ Lensworld.eu–Zannata (2015 season)  Belgium Europe
LTK Lointek Team (2015 season)  Spain Europe
LBL Lotto–Soudal Ladies (2015 season)  Belgium Europe
MAT Matrix Fitness (2015 season)  United Kingdom Europe
NOE NÖ RadUnion Vitalogic (2015 season)  Austria Europe
OPW Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies (2015 season)  United States America
GEW Orica–AIS (2015 season)  Australia Oceania
PHV Parkhotel Valkenburg Continental Team (2015 season)  Netherlands Europe
PPC Pepper Palace p/b The Happy Tooth (2015 season)  United States America
FUT Poitou–Charentes.Futuroscope.86 (2015 season)  France Europe
RBW Rabo–Liv Women Cycling Team (2015 season)  Netherlands Europe
MIC S.C. Michela Fanini Rox (2015 season)  Italy Europe
SEF Servetto Footon (2015 season)  Italy Europe
TLP Team Liv–Plantur (2015 season)  Netherlands Europe
TRY Team Rytger (2015 season)  Denmark Europe
TIB Team TIBCO-SVB (2015 season)  United States America
TOG Top Girls Fassa Bortolo (2015 season)  Italy Europe
VLL Topsport Vlaanderen–Pro-Duo (2015 season)  Belgium Europe
TI6 Twenty16 p/b Sho-Air (2015 season)  United States America
UHC UnitedHealthcare Professional Cycling Team (2015 season)  United States America
VAI Vaiano Fondriest (2015 season)  Italy Europe
VEL Velocio–SRAM (2015 season)  Germany Europe
WHT Wiggle–Honda (2015 season)  United Kingdom Europe

2016[edit]

List updated 12 March 2016[3] ()

The 2016 UCI Women's Teams are:

Code Official team name Country Continent Website
ALE Alé Cipollini (2016 season)  Italy EUR site
VAI Aromitalia Vaiano (2016 season)  Italy EUR site
ASA Astana Women's Team (2016 season)  Kazakhstan ASI site
BPK BePink (2016 season)  Italy EUR site
BDP Bizkaia-Durango (2016 season)  Spain EUR site
DLT Boels Dolmans Cycling Team (2016 season)  Netherlands EUR site
BTC BTC City Ljubljana (2016 season)  Slovenia EUR site
LPR2 Canyon–SRAM (2016 season)  Germany EUR
CBT Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling (2016 season)  Germany EUR site
GPC China Chongming-Liv-Champion System Pro Cycling (2016 season)  Hong Kong ASI site
CVB Colavita/Bianchi (2016 season)  United States AME site
CPC Cylance Pro Cycling (2016 season)  United States AME site
DRP Drops Cycling Team (2016 season)  United Kingdom EUR site
HBS Hagens Berman–Supermint (2016 season)  United States AME site
HPU Hitec Products (2016 season)  Norway EUR site
ISG Inpa-Bianchi (2016 season)  Italy EUR site
LWW Lares–Waowdeals (2016 season)  Belgium EUR site
LZE Lensworld-Zannata (2016 season)  Belgium EUR site
LTK Lointek (2016 season)  Spain EUR site
LBL Lotto Soudal Ladies (2016 season)  Belgium EUR site
OGE Orica-AIS (2016 season)  Australia OCE site
PHV Parkhotel Valkenburg Continental Team (2016 season)  Netherlands EUR site
PAC Podium Ambition Pro Cycling p/b Club La Santa (2016 season)  United Kingdom EUR site
FUT Poitou-Charentes.Futuroscope.86 (2016 season)  France EUR site
RBW Rabo–Liv Women Cycling Team (2016 season)  Netherlands EUR site
RLW Rally Cycling (2016 season)  United States AME site
MIC S.C. Michela Fanini Rox (2016 season)  Italy EUR site
SEF Servetto Footon (2016 season)  Italy EUR site
BMS Team BMS BIRN (2016 season)  Denmark EUR site
TLP Team Liv-Plantur (2016 season)  Netherlands EUR site
TIB Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank (2016 season)  United States AME site
TOG Top Girls Fassa Bortolo (2016 season)  Italy EUR site
VLL Topsport Vlaanderen-Etixx (2016 season)  Belgium EUR site
T16 Twenty16-Ridebiker (2016 season)  United States AME site
UHC UnitedHealthcare Women's Team (2016 season)  United States AME site
DNA Visit Dallas DNA Pro Cycling (2016 season)  United States AME site
NOE Vitalogic Astrokalb Radunion Nö (2016 season)  Austria EUR site
SLP Weber Shimano Ladies Power (2016 season)  Argentina AME
WHT Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling (2016 season)  United Kingdom EUR site
XSL Xirayas de San Luis (2016 season)  Argentina AME

2017[edit]

Code Official team name Country
ALE Alé–Cipollini (2017 season)  Italy
VAI Aromitalia Vaiano (2017 season)  Italy
ASA Astana (2017 season)  Kazakhstan
BPK Bepink–Cogeas (2017 season)  Italy
BDP Bizkaia–Durango (2017 season)  Spain
CZG Conceria Zabri–Fanini–Guerciotti (2017 season)  Albania
DLT Boels–Dolmans (2017 season)  Netherlands
BTC BTC City Ljubljana (2017 season)  Slovenia
LPR2 Canyon–SRAM (2017 season)  Germany
CBT Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling (2017 season)  Germany
GPC China Chongming–Liv (2017 season)  Hong Kong
CVB Colavita/Bianchi (2017 season)  United States
CPC Cylance Pro Cycling (2017 season)  United States
DRP Drops (2017 season)  United Kingdom
FUT FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope (2017 season)  France
HBS Hagens Berman–Supermint (2017 season)  United States
HPU Team Hitec Products (2017 season)  Norway
ISG Giusfredi–Bianchi (2017 season)  Italy
LWW Lares–Waowdeals (2017 season)  Belgium
LZE Lensworld–Kuota (2017 season)  Belgium
LTK Lointek (2017 season)  Spain
LBL Lotto–Soudal Ladies (2017 season)  Belgium
GEW2 Orica–Scott (2017 season)  Australia
PHV Parkhotel Valkenburg–Destil (2017 season)  Netherlands
RLW Rally Cycling (2017 season)  United States
MIC S.C. Michela Fanini Rox (2017 season)  Italy
SAS SAS–Macogep (2017 season)  Canada
SEF Servetto Giusta (2017 season)  Italy
BMS Team Virtu Cycling (2017 season)  Denmark
TLP Team Sunweb (2017 season)  Netherlands
TIB Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank (2017 season)  United States
TWC Thailand Women's Cycling Team (2017 season)  Thailand
TOG Top Girls Fassa Bortolo (2017 season)  Italy
VLL Sport Vlaanderen–Guill D'or (2017 season)  Belgium
T20 Sho-Air TWENTY20 (2017 season)  United States
UHC UnitedHealthcare (2017 season)  United States
VAL Valcar–PBM (2017 season)  Italy
DNA Visit Dallas DNA Pro Cycling (2017 season)  United States
SLP Weber Shimano Ladies Power (2017 season)  Argentina
WHT Wiggle High5 (2017 season)  United Kingdom
WM3 WM3 Pro Cycling (2017 season)  Netherlands

References[edit]

  1. ^ UCI Cycling Regulations, Part 2: Road Races. UCI. 1 July 2012. Clause 2.17.006, page 160.
  2. ^ "2015 UCI Women's Teams". UCI. Retrieved 8 January 2015.
  3. ^ "2016 UCI Women's Teams". UCI. Retrieved 12 March 2016.