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Who will Canada’s top road cyclists be racing for in 2019?

Keep track of which Canadians are on the move, who is stepping into the pro ranks and who has resigned with UCI teams for 2019

The peloton at the 2018 GP Quebec.

Canada has a healthy list of cyclists racing professionally on UCI WorldTour (UCI WorldTeams in 2019 and beyond), UCI Professional Continental (UCI ProTeams) and UCI Continental (UCI Continental Teams) teams. It can be hard to keep track of who has resigned with their current teams, who has moved program and which Canadians have signed their first pro contracts for 2019. To make things easier for cycling fans trying to keep track of which colours their favourite riders will be racing in for the coming year, here is a list of where Canada’s professional cyclists will be riding in 2019.

This list will be updated throughout the coming months as news is announced.

Lex Albrecht

2018: Tibco Silicon Valley Bank
2019: Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank

Ryan Anderson

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Rally Cycling

Sara Bergen

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

Allison Beveridge

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

27-09-2018 World Championships Junior Women; 2018, Canada; Boilard, Simone; Innsbruck;
Worlds bronze junior women’s medalist Simone Boilard.

Simone Boilard

2018: No pro contract
2019: Twenty20 Pro Cycling

Guillaume Boivin

2018: Israel Cycling Academy
2019: Israel Cycling Academy

Rob Britton

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Rally Cycling

Jack Burke

2018: Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis
2019: Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis has folded

25-09-2018 World Championships Elite Women Cronometro; 2018, Canada; Canuel, Karol Ann;
Karol-Ann Canuel rode strong to eighth in the ITT at worlds. Photo: Sirotti

Karol-Ann Canuel

2018: Boels-Dolmans
2019: Boels-Dolmans

Alex Cataford

2018: UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team
2019: Israel Cycling Academy

Jordan Cheyne

2018: Elevate – KHS Pro Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

Pier Andre Cote

Pier-André Coté

2018: Silber Pro Cycling
2019: Rally Cycling

Matteo Dal-Cin

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Rally Cycling

Adam de Vos

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Rally Cycling

Jasmin Duehring

2018: Twenty20 Pro Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

Canadian champion Antoine Duchesne.

Antoine Duchesne

2018: Groupama-FDJ
2019: Groupama-FDJ

Gillian Ellsay

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced roster

Nigel Ellsay

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Rally Cycling

Laurent Gervais

2018: Aevolo
2019: Aevolo

Tour de White Rock Road Race
Alison Jackson celebrates her win at the Tour of White Rock. Photo: Scott Robarts

Alison Jackson

2018: Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank
2019: Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank

Leah Kirchmann

2018: Team Sunweb
2019: Extended with Team Sunweb for two years

Hugo Houle

2018: Astana
2019: Astana

Kirsti Lay

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

Canadian champion Katherine Maine is affectionately nicknamed ‘Little Peanut’ by her teammates.

Katharine Maine

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

Reid Mcclure

2018: Team Novo Nordisk
2019: No news

Ben Perry

2018: Israel Cycling Academy
2019: Israel Cycling Academy

James Piccoli on the attack at the 2018 GP Quebec.

James Piccoli

2018: Elevate – KHS Pro Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

Gabrielle Pilote-Fortin

2018: WNT-Rotor Pro Cycling
2019: WNT-Rotor Pro Cycling

Sara Poidevin
Sara Poidevin won the young riders jersey at the Tour de l’Ardèche. Photo: Rally Cycling

Sara Poidevin

2018: Rally Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

Stephanie Roorda

2018: Twenty20 Pro Cycling
2019: Current team has not announced 2019 roster

Marie Soleil-Blais

2018: No pro contract
2019: Astana

Svein Tuft leads the peloton at the 2018 Giro d’Italia.

Svein Tuft

2018: Orica-Scott
2019: Rally Cycling

Edward Walsh

2018: T.Palm – Pole Continental Wallon
2019: No news

Michael Woods
World Champion bronze medalist Michael Woods on the attack in Innsbruck.

Michael Woods

2018: EF Education First-Drapac
2019: EF Education First-Drapac

Canadian UCI teams

Silber Pro Cycling

2018 roster:

Stephen Bassett – U.S.
Charles-Étienne Chrétien
Pier-André Coté
Alexander Cowan
Nicolas Masbourian
Adam Roberge
Marc-Antoine Soucy
Nicolas Zukowsky
Graydon Staples
Adam Jamieson
Travis Samuel
Ryan Roth
Emile Jean
Danick Vandale

2019: Silber has folded but Floyd’s of Leadville will be sponsoring a new Canadian UCI team with some of the infrastructures from Silber including director sportif Gord Fraser and manager Scott McFarlane coming over to the new program. The team is supposed to be licensed in Canada.

Travis Samuel
Photo: Stirl and Rae Photo

H&R Block Pro Cycling Team

2018 roster:

Alexis Cartier
Oliver Evans
Luke Mudgway
Marc-Antoine Nadon
Conor O-Brien
Vivien Rindisbacher
Jure Rupnik
Matthew Staples
Jean-Denis Thibault
Jayson Valade

2019: No team announcement yet

Probaclac-Devinci

2018 roster:

Connor Toppings
Julien Gagné
Olivier Brisebois
Édouard Beaudoin
Hendrik Pineda
Stephen Keeping
Max Rubarth
Olivier Peloquin
Felix Dolbec
Francis Izquierdo-Bernier

2019: No news on whether the team has UCI status in 2019