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Lack of communication and bad timing create nightmare for former NCL riders

National Cycling League prepares for takeoff - Deciphering the rules, prizes, teams

“Pause” was not the word NCL riders would have chosen to describe the surprise announcement Monday that their National Cycling League-owned teams were shutting down and their jobs had been wiped away for the year.

That is the word Andrea Pagnanelli, CEO of the National Cycling League, used in a public statement Monday morning to disclose the league and its elite-level teams would cease operations for the remainder of 2024. The league owned and operated two teams last year, Miami Nights and Denver Disruptors, and had announced rosters for a second season along with a third team, Atlanta Rise.

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