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NCL team rosters cut in half for 2024 leaving many riders to find new homes

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

The National Cycling League took their first steps toward 2024 with a ‘complete restructure’ of its league-owned teams, terminating contracts for all 32 riders across two squads – Denver Disruptors and Miami Nights – and then renewing contracts for a small selection of 10 riders with a revised salary cap to provide gender parity.

From the 2023 roster, the Miami Nights re-signed US duo Andrea Cyr and Brittany Parffrey along with Chilean Paola Muñoz, Daniely Garcia of Venezuela, Jeydy Praderas of Cuba, Australian Jonathan Clarke and Colombian Clever Martinez. Muñoz and Cyr finished 1-2, respectively, in the American Criterium Cup individual standings this season, while Martinez was fifth overall among men.

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