Teams

The 2017 Revolution Champions League teams will be added here once teams are confirmed. Some men's teams are confirmed (see below) with the remaining teams to be announced very soon...The Elite Women's line up has now been finalised with the following 12 teams taking part in the competition this season:

 Storey Racing
Team WNT
Boels Dolmans
Matrix Fitness
Team Breeze
Inspired
 Team Rowe and King
Boompods EDCO Velo8
NCC Group-Kuota-Torelli
Cycle Team OnForm
Team Pedalsure
Jadan-Weldtite p/b Vive le Velo

JLT Condor is a British based UCI Continental cycling team. The team have been supported by JLT, one of the world's largest specialist insurance brokers since 2013. JLT Condor are the Revolution defending champions having won the Champions League last season.
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    Ed Clancy
    Great Britain
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    Jon Mould
    Great Britain
Team Wiggins was established by Sir Bradley Wiggins in 2015 to look after the British track riders as they prepared for the 2016 Olympics. The team now helps to develop young British talent providing a stepping stone to a pro contract. Team Wiggins won the Revolution Elite Championship in 2015.
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    Andy Tennant
    Great Britain
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    Chris Latham
    Great Britain
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    Ollie Wood
    Great Britain
Maloja Pushbikers
GERMAN Giant Alpecin
Maloja Pushbikers are a specialist track and criterium team based in Germany. They have won the Revolution Elite Championship three times and were on the podium last season for the inaugural Champions League.
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    Christian Grasmann
    Germany
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    Maximilian Beyer
    Germany
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    Matt Rotherham
    Great Britain
Team PedalSure made a huge impact in their debut season last year finishing second overall and were on the podium again last season. Pedalsure, the insurance specialist, have created a completely new kind of insurance, tailor-made for today’s cyclist.
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    Wim Stroetinga
    The Netherlands
  • Yoeri Havik
    Yoeri Havik
    The Netherlands