Cylance-Incycle p/b Cannondale has signed Eric Marcotte, Karl Menzies and Scott Law to the 2017 roster. Through their guidance and as mentors to younger riders, Cylance-Incycle p/b Cannondale, will continue to focus on the North American professional cycling calendars.
There is not a criterium podium in the country that Karl Menzies, 39, has not been a part of in the last 11 years. The Australian rider was teammates with Cylance-Incycle p/b Cannondale team Director Sportif, Hilton Clarke for 6 years. “It is easy to see why I would want to bring Karl’s valuable experience and positive attitude to the team” says Clarke. “Menzies is a loyal teammate and will be able to guard and guide our sprinters to great success, as well as keep them smiling. I am proud to have him on the team.”
Eric Marcotte, 36, is a former USA Professional National Road and Professional Criterium Champion, as well as a practicing chiropractor based in Scottsdale, Arizona. “I’m grateful to get the chance to race and work with these guys,” Eric said. “I always hope to be able to contribute to the team’s success both on and off the bike. Looking forward to the year ahead.” Marcotte is known for his incredible power and ability to deliver some of the most strenuous results including podiums at Tour of Gila, Winston-Salem Cycling Classic, and Reading 120. “Eric has an amazing ability to target major events and deliver” says Clarke. “He is one of the most professional riders with an amazing attention to detail. I look forward to him sharing his knowledge in nutrition and training with the younger riders on the team. And even putting my back straight after the long day behind the wheel!”
Scott Law, 25, is a third generation cyclist and began his career in endurance track racing. Law has been Australian National Champion, Oceanic Champion, and World Cup Medalist in track events such as the omnium and team pursuit. Transitioning onto the road, Law won two stages of BC Superweek in 2016. “I truly believe Scott is going to be the new sprinter on the block in the US next year” Clarke states