Listed below are the 1999 UCI Women's Teams that competed in 1999 women's road cycling events organized by the International Cycling Union (UCI).
The Union Cycliste Internationale is the world governing body for sports cycling and oversees international competitive cycling events. The UCI is based in Aigle, Switzerland.
|CAM||C.A. Mantes La Ville–Jean Floc'H|
|MAZ||Mazza Tege Fresh Fries|
|Team Clif Bar|
|Team Lucca BBM|
|GRE||The Greenery Cycling Team|
|GHT||The Greenery Hawk Team|
|WWV||Westland wil Vooruit|
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