|UCI code||2000–2003: ADO|
2013- : PZC
|Registered|| Lithuania |
|Status||UCI Women's Team|
|Team name history|
Acca Due O
Acca Due O-Lorena Camicie
Acca Due O-Pasta Zara-Lorena Camicie
Safi-Pasta Zara Manhattan
Safi – Pasta Zara Titanedi
Diadora – Pasta Zara
Pasta Zara – Cogeas
Pasta Zara – Cogeas ( UCI team code:PZC) is a former professional cycling team based in Lithuania, which competes in elite road bicycle racing events such as the UCI Women's Road World Cup.
Ages as of 1 January 2012.
Ages as of 1 January 2011.
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