|UCI code||BFL (2005–2008)|
|Status||UCI Women's Team|
|General manager||Jean-Paul van Poppel|
|Team name history|
Buitenpoort - Flexpoint Team
Team Flexpoint (UCI Code: FLX) was a women's professional cycling team based in Netherlands, sponsored by Flexpoint. The team consisted of two sections: UCI Women's Tour and Cyclo-Cross.
Jean-Paul van Poppel, Klas Johansson, Geert Broekhuizen
Amber Leone Neben is an American racing cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Women's Continental Team Cogeas–Mettler–Look. Neben won the UCI world time trial championship in 2008 and 2016 as well as the U.S. national road race championship in 2003 and 2017.
Maria Wilhelmina Johanna "Mirjam" Melchers-Van Poppel is a female former racing cyclist from the Netherlands, married to former sprinter Jean-Paul van Poppel. She was one of the leading cyclists in the world, having held the UCI number one ranking as well as winning highly rated races. She was a one-day specialist but has managed smaller stage races.
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The Tour of Flanders for Women is the women's edition of the Tour of Flanders, an annual road bicycle racing event in Flanders, Belgium, held in early April. It is held on the same day as the men's race, on much of the same roads but at a shorter distance. Dutch rider Mirjam Melchers and German Judith Arndt hold the record with two wins. Dutch rider Anna van der Breggen won the most recent race in 2018.
Velocio–SRAM Pro Cycling, formerly known as Specialized–lululemon, was a professional cycling team based in the United States that competes in elite road bicycle racing and track cycling events. The final-season title sponsors were SRAM Corporation and Cervelo bicycles. Velocio Sports was the holding company for the team and the place-holder during a larger search for a title sponsor.
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