|UCI code||BMS (2015–2016)|
UCI Women (2016–2019)
|Website||Team home page|
|Team manager(s)||Bo Handberg Madsen|
|Team name history|
Team BMS BIRN
Team VéloCONCEPT Women
Team Virtu Cycling Women
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In November 2016 it was announced that Bjarne Riis and Lars Seier (Riis-Seier Project) took over the women's team BMS BIRN and the men's team Team Virtu Pro–Véloconcept, with the latter being renamed Team VéloCONCEPT and the former becoming Team VéloCONCEPT Women for the 2017 season.After the addition of a new investor into the team in September 2017, Brøndby IF football team chairman Jan Beck Andersen, the cycling team's name changed to Team Virtu Cycling.
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