ONE Pro Cycling
ONE Pro Cycling (UCI team code: ONE) was a British UCI Continental men's cycling team. Their first season was 2015, and they became a Professional Continental team in 2016. Due to funding issues, they reverted to Continental level in 2017.
|Status||UCI Continental (2015)|
UCI Professional Continental (2016)
UCI Continental (2017–2018)
Factor Bikes (2016)
Boardman Bikes (2017)
|Website||Team home page|
|General manager||Matt Prior|
|Team manager(s)||James McCallum|
|Team name history|
ONE Pro Cycling
ONE Pro Cycling was owned by retired professional cricketer Matt Prior and businessman Simon Chappell. The team officially launched on 17 February 2015, although started racing the week prior, at the opening race of the UK domestic road race season Prior stated that the team's aim was to join the UCI World Tour within five years. In November 2015 it was confirmed that the team had been granted a UCI Professional Continental licence for the 2016 season. They returned to UCI Continental level for the 2017 season, in part because bike sponsor Factor withdrew their support from the team in favour of supplying bicycles to AG2R La Mondiale. In September 2018 the team announced that they would disband their men's squad at the end of the season in favour of entering the women's peloton the following year. One month later in October 2018 the team announced that they had scrapped plans to launch a women's team for the 2019 season, citing lack of sufficient sponsorship.
- Perf's Pedal Race, Yanto Barker
- Clayton Spring Classic, Pete Williams
- Primavera Road Race, Marcin Bialoblocki
- Severn Bridge Road Race, George Harper
- Eddie Soens Memorial Road Race, Pete Williams
- Betty Pharoah Memorial Road Race, Marcin Bialoblocki
- Stage 1 Bałtyk-Karkonosze Tour, Pete Williams
- Poland National Time Trial Championships, Marcin Białobłocki
- New Zealand National Time Trial Championships, Hayden McCormick
- Stage 3 New Zealand Cycle Classic, Kristian House
- The REV Classic, Dion Smith
- Tro-Bro Léon, Martin Mortensen
- Stage 1 Tour of Norway, Steele Von Hoff
- Stage 2 Tour de Korea, Chris Opie
- Stages 3 & 5 Tour de Korea, Karol Domagalski
- Stage 7 Tour de Korea, Kristian House
- Beaumont Trophy, Dion Smith
- stage 1 Sibiu Cycling Tour, Steele Von Hoff
- Stage 5 Szlakiem Walk Majora Hubala, Thomas Stewart
- Beaumont Trophy, Peter Williams
- Stage 2 Kreiz Breizh Elites, James Oram
- Grand Prix des Marbriers, Karol Domagalski
- Overall Ronde van Midden Nederland, Kamil Gradek
- Stage 1 (TTT)
- Renton, Colin (27 August 2015). "Capital cyclist McCallum new manager of ONE Pro Team". Edinburgh Evening News. Archived from the original on 19 September 2015. Retrieved 6 September 2015.
- "Registration of UCI WorldTeams and UCI Professional Continental Teams for the 2016 season". UCI. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
- "Reduced 12-rider roster in 2017 for ONE Pro Cycling - Cyclingnews.com".
- "BBC Sport – Matt Prior co-founds One Pro Cycling team". BBC Sport.
- "New cycling team founded by England cricketer launched in London".
- "One Pro Cycling reveal jersey and lead partner". Cycling Weekly. Retrieved 19 February 2015.
- "Matt Prior looking to build a strong future with One Pro Cycling". Cycling Weekly. 11 February 2015.
- Westby, Matt (14 December 2014). "Matt Prior aiming to elevate new ONE Pro Cycling team on to WorldTour within five years". skysports.com. Retrieved 17 February 2015.
- "Matt Prior's One Pro team granted their Pro Continental licence but were not ambitious enough". theguardian.com. 9 November 2015. Retrieved 16 November 2015.
- Arthurs-Brennan, Michelle (1 September 2018). "One Pro cycling disband men's squad to focus on new women's team in 2019". Cycling Weekly. Retrieved 1 September 2018.
- Gkam84 (2 October 2018). "One Pro Cycling scraps plans to launch women's team". Road.cc. Retrieved 2 October 2018.
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