DNA Pro Cycling Welcomes Rylee McMullen to the Team for the 2024 Season

April 18, 2024

Salt Lake City, USA (April 18, 2024) – DNA Pro Cycling is thrilled to announce the signing of New Zealand road and track cyclist Rylee McMullen for the remainder of the 2024 season. McMullen, a former rider for the NCL league’s Denver Disruptors, joins DNA Pro Cycling following the NCL’s recent announcement that it was pausing operations and releasing all riders.

Rylee McMullen has established herself as a formidable competitor on both the road and track. Prior to this year, McMullen rode for UCI continental teams Instafund and Team Andy Schleck. Her impressive record includes a gold medal at the 2023 Oceania Championships Elimination Race, multiple podium finishes at the Tour of the Gila in 2022 and 2023, and several victories in criteriums and omnium win at the 2023 Tour of America’s Dairyland.

“After the way this season started, I’m grateful for the chance to keep racing. But I am especially excited to do it with DNA as they’ve been my first-choice team for some time,” said McMullen.

Catherine Fegan-Kim, owner of DNA Pro Cycling, expressed her enthusiasm about the new addition: “We are extremely excited to welcome Rylee McMullen to our team. As a versatile sprinter, she brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record of success. Rylee’s dynamic abilities make her a perfect fit for our program which includes a variety of disciplines from road and criterium racing to gravel, and we are eager to see how her presence will enhance our team’s performance.”

McMullen’s arrival is expected to add a significant boost to DNA Pro Cycling’s already-strong lineup as they come off the overall win (Nadia Gontova) and Team GC win at the Redlands Cycling Classic. Next up on the team’s calendar is Tour of the Gila (UCI 2.1) and Speedweek, which includes the USA CRITS events.

About DNA Pro Cycling: DNA Pro Cycling is a UCI Continental Women’s Team dedicated to the development and success of female cyclists. DNA Pro Cycling strives for excellence in the sport through competition and enhancing the presence and achievements of women cyclists on a global scale. The team, now in its 12 year, has riders from the US, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Great Britain, and New Zealand.

Contact: Catherine Fegan-Kim, k4racingteam@gmail.com