L39ION of Los Angeles expand women's team with Alexis Ryan signing

CASCATE DEL TOCE ITALY JULY 05 Alexis Ryan of United States and Canyon SRAM Racing Team during the 32nd Giro dItalia Internazionale Femminile 2021 Stage 4 a 112km Individual Time Trial from Fondovalle to Cascate Del Toce 1714m ITT GiroDonne UCIWWT on July 05 2021 in Cascate Del Toce Italy Photo by Luc ClaessenGetty Images
Alexis Ryan (Canyon-Sram) at the 2021 Giro Rosa (Image credit: Luc Claessen/Getty Images)

Following Ian Garrison's move from Deceuninck-QuickStep, Alexis Ryan has become the latest ride to move from cycling's top tier to join L39ION of Los Angeles.

27-year-old Ryan has spent the past six years with Canyon-Sram, which has been part of the Women's WorldTour since its introduction in 2020. The team announced her signature for 2022 on Saturday night, a day after Garrison's move was confirmed.

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