|Discipline||Road (some riders active on the track)|
|Status||UCI Women's Team|
|Bicycles||2011: Specialized |
|General manager||Toon van der Putten|
|Team name history|
Specialized-DPD Pakketservice (non UCI)
Team Ibis Cycles
Team Ibis Cycles (UCI code: DPD) was an UCI elite women's cycling team based in the United Kingdom in 2012. The team was founded as a non UCI team in 2011 called Specialized-DPD Pakketservice.It competed in road bicycle racing events, including UCI Women's Road World Cup events. The title sponsor is an American bicycle brand. The team announced at the end of 2012 that they would stop due to financial problems.
Ages as of 1 January 2012.
Laura Trott became (as part of the British national team) two times Olympic Champion at the 2012 Summer Olympics (omnium, team pursuit), 2012 Omnium's World Champion and won the 2011-2012 UCI Track Cycling World Cup (team pursuit) and became 3rd in the omnium
|10 March||1||Ronde van Drenthe||55th|
|25 March||2||Trofeo Alfredo Binda-Comune di Cittiglio||-||-|
|1 April||3||Tour of Flanders||-||-|
|18 April||4||La Flèche Wallonne Féminine||-||-|
|13 May||5||Tour of Chongming Island||-||-|
|17 August||6||Open de Suède Vårgårda TTT||Team Ibis Cycles||8th|
|19 August||7||Open de Suède Vårgårda||25th|
|25 August||8||GP de Plouay||-||-|
|Final individual classification||64th|
|Final team classification||Team Ibis Cycles||13th|
The team finished 32nd in the 2012 UCI ranking for teams.
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