Four of the five leading teams in the UCI World Rankings have been confirmed for this year's race
Seven of the top 10 ranked women’s cycling teams in the current UCI World Rankings headline the entrants for the 2023 Ford RideLondon Classique, which takes place between Friday 26 May and Sunday 28 May.
The current number one-ranked team in the world, Trek-Segafredo, plus FDJ-Suez, UAE Team ADQ, Canyon//SRAM Racing, Team DSM, Movistar Team Women and Uno-X Pro Cycling Team are all confirmed to race in this year’s Ford RideLondon Classique, part of the UCI Women’s WorldTour.
In total, 20 teams of six riders will take part in this year’s race including 10 UCI Women’s WorldTour teams and 10 UCI Women’s Continental teams.
Among the UCI Women’s Continental teams are three British teams: AWOL O’Shea, DAS-Handsling Bikes and Lifeplus Wahoo.
Scott Sunderland, Ford RideLondon Classique Race Director, said: “We have got a very exciting mix of teams confirmed for the 2023 Ford RideLondon Classique, all of which will be looking to make a mark on the race this year. We are excited to have a collection of the very best teams in the world as well as three British teams that will be hoping to shine on home roads.”
The full list of teams competing in the 2023 Ford RideLondon Classique is:
- AWOL O’Shea (GBR)
- Bepink (ITA)
- Canyon//SRAM Racing (GER)
- CERATIZIT – WNT Pro Cycling Team (GER)
- Cofidis Women’s Team (FRA)
- DAS-Handsling Bikes (GBR)
- FDJ-Suez (FRA)
- Israel Premier Tech Roland (SUI)
- Lifeplus Wahoo (GBR)
- Liv Racing TeqFind (NED)
- Movistar Team Women (ESP)
- Parkhotel Valkenburg (NED)
- St Michel – Mavic – Auber93 (FRA)
- Team Coop-Hitec Products (NOR)
- Team DSM (NED)
- Team Jumbo-Visma (NED)
- Trek-Segafredo (USA)
- Torelli (IRL)
- UAE Team ADQ (UAE)
- Uno Pro-X Pro Cycling Team (NOR)
* The teams marked in bold are UCI Women’s World Tour teams
The Ford RideLondon Classique starts with two stages in Essex on Friday 26 May and Saturday 27 May. Stage One (150km) is from Saffron Walden to Colchester while Stage Two (140km) starts and finishes in Maldon. The final stage (91km) is the iconic finale in central London, starting and finishing on The Mall.
For more information about the Ford RideLondon Classique, click here.