Now appearing on the world stage of cycling: Team Skyline.
Based in Reading, PA, the professional road cycling team is joining the high profile UCI Continental division this year.
The ranking puts Team Skyline in the company of big names like Germany’s Team Lotto – Kern Haus, Italy’s Dimension Data for Qhubeka, and Holowesko – Citadel p/b Arapahoe Resources of the U.S.
Click here for a full list of the Union Cycliste Internationale Pro Continental teams.
The Team Skyline squad reaching the UCI Continental level consists of Sait Arana, Adam Carr, Corey Davis, David Dawson, Ryan Dewald, Michael Jones, Johnny Kuhfahl, Parker Kyzer, Justin McQuerry, Rickey Randall, and Jonathan Sundt.
While increasing its global profile, Team Skyline continues to grow at the Elite and Masters levels. Led by accomplished rider John Delong, the Elite team advances in 2019 with top ranking amateurs James Samuel, Bart Torre and Clayton Travis. And veteran athletes including 2017 U.S. Masters National Track Champion Mike Miller are poised for another impressive season.
The team jumped out early to open its account for 2019. On January 1, Delong took the win and Travis second at the Tour of Belize. First place on the first day of the new year — a promising start.
Yet the top step of the podium is not the team’s only goal. What makes Team Skyline unique is its commitment to educating the world about diabetes prevention and clean sport. Through its nonprofit company, Winning the Race with Diabetes, the team set a higher mission of showing what’s possible and doing it with style.
Contact the team today and learn how they improve understanding of the disease at organizations nationwide and inspire people to build healthier lifestyles.
Speaking of style, the club behind the team, Delaware Valley Racing, offers a head turning cycling jersey and bib shorts as part of the $150.00 new rider memberships.
Join the club now by clicking here and get set for a big year in the world of cycling.
The Skyline’s the limit.