Bingoal-Wallonie-Bruxelles launch women's team in 2021

Amy Pieters, Gracie Elvin and Ann Sophie Duyck in the Gent-Wevelgem breakaway
Ann Sophie Duyck in the Gent-Wevelgem breakaway in 2018 (R) (Image credit: Getty Images)

Bingoal-Wallonie-Bruxelles announced Monday that they have launched a women’s team that will be led by Ann-Sophie Duyck in 2021. The Bingoal-WB Ladies revealed a 23-rider roster and aims to compete on the professional racing circuit.

Bingoal-Wallonie-Bruxelles has launched a men’s Continental team in 2011, which upgraded to the ProTeam level in 2017. They also manage a development programme in 2012, and a team that competes in the Ligue Handisport Francophone, a French-speaking para-cycling league, this year. The new women’s team will add a fourth programme to their three existing teams.

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