Velocio–SRAM Pro Cycling, formerly known as Specialized–lululemon, was a very successful all women's professional cycling team based in the United States that competed in elite road bicycle racing and tracking racing events. They raced to victory on Specialized Amira and Shiv bicycles until 2014, switching to Cervelo S5, R5 and P5.
Before 2012 the team was know as HTC-Highroad Women, but switched sponsors as HTC pulled the sponsorship out. In 2012, the team won sponsorships by Specialized Bicycles and Lululemon Clothing, it set the team to success. The team won multiple sprints and a fourth place in the Olympic games road race, and the team shined in Team Time Trials, which the team won every Team Time Trial championship in their existence. By the end of 2013, the team ranked 3rd in UCI World Ranking, remained undefeated in Team Time Trials and continued to rack up World Cup and Olympic games victories.
In 2014, the team lost its Specialized and LuluLemon sponsorships but was quickly replaced by Velocio Sports Clothing, Cervelo Bicycles and Sram Components. The team continued it's victories and success until 2015, when the team manager announced that the team will be disbanded at the end of the season.