Rally Cycling: New look, new sponsor for former Optum outfit

Rally takes over as title sponsor of Optum team for 2016 season.

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The UCI’s top-ranked Continental team in the Americas will have a new look and a new title sponsor for 2016. Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies will be known as Rally Cycling in the new season.

“Cycling is a fantastic way to improve one’s health, both for lifestyle enthusiasts and professionals,” said David Ko, Rally Health’s president and chief operating officer. “We are inspired by these athletes, and know their stories will help motivate Rally users to stay active. The team’s dedication and commitment to excellence and healthy living are admirable. The team embodies the Rally Health mission and, together, we want to inspire people to be active and make better, more informed decisions about their health.”

Rally is a Washington, D.C.-based digital health company.

Rally Cycling men’s team

Jesse Anthony, Newbury Park, California
Rob Britton, Victoria, British Columbia
Adam de Vos, Victoria, British Columbia
Brad Huff, Springfield, Missouri
Evan Huffman, El Dorado Hills, California
Shane Kline, Bally, Pennsylvania
Pierrick Naud, Amos, Quebec
Emerson Oronte, Boulder, Colorado
Danny Pate, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Will Routley, Abbotsford, British Columbia
Bjørn Selander, Hudson, Wisconsin
Thomas Soladay, Glendale, California
Curtis White, Delanson, New York
Eric Young, Boulder, Colorado
Tom Zirbel, Boulder, Colorado

Rally Cycling women’s team

Erica Allar, Tucson, Arizona
Elle Anderson, San Francisco, California
Heather Fischer, Boulder, Colorado
Jasmin Glaesser, Coquitlam, British Columbia
Kirsti Vivian Lay, Montreal, Quebec
Katherine Maine, Ottawa, Ontario
Sara Poidevin, Canmore, Alberta
Jessica Prinner, Saint Charles, Missouri
Hannah Ross, Wichita Falls, Texas
Emma White, Delanson, New York
Catherine Ouellette, Saint-Lambert, Quebec

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