Gravel + Esports + Track + Road
Women's Professional Cycling
+ Youth Development
1. Marlies Mejias (TWENTY24)
2. Veronica Ewers (Tibco SVB)
3. Paige Boldt (TWENTY24)
"The Tour of Tucson, a great opportunity and experience for me, a long race and a lot of persistence with a magnificent route, I want to thank the organizers for organizing an event like this. I am very happy for this victory that I obtained and to meet again with beautiful friends that I had not seen for a long time. I hope to attend again next year. Thanks to the twenty 24 team for inviting me and giving me the opportunity." Winner, Marlies Mejias Garcia.
TWENTY24 Cycling team is pleased to welcome Rukhsar as a development team member for the 2022 and 2023 seasons. We are raising funds under the Tam Cycling 501c3 umbrella. Every donation will go to helping Rukhsar restart her life in America. Funds raised through this effort will specifically support housing costs, food, utilities, clothing, books, and tuition.
For over a decade, riders from the TWENTY24 Pro Cycling squad have gone on to score countless victories aboard Felt bikes.
Photo: Wil Matthews
Jennifer joined the TWENTY24 program late 2011 in her final junior year. A decade later she wins her first Olympic gold medal.
After scoring a bronze with her teammates in the team pursuit, Jennifer rode a spectacular race to take gold.
Photo: Getty Images
Junior race team in the plans for 2022
As I watched the Tokyo Games, I reflect on the pathway to where TWENTY24 is now and think about what the road ahead will look like. I am watching athletes like Coryn Rivera, Ruth Winder, Jennifer Valente, and Chloé Dygert—all once juniors in our development program—young girls with Olympic dreams.
Athletes of TWENTY12, and TWENTY16 and TWENTY24 scored 14 Olympic/Paralympic medalists, 17 world champions, and countless national champions hailing from the USA, Canada, Cuba and Mexico. A further 5 team alumni have represented Team USA in the past three Olympic Games. The team model enables experienced and elite riders to perform at their highest potential while offering junior riders a groundbreaking mentor program, oh and we have fun too!
When the team was formed in 2005, the goal was to create a pathway for athletes to the 2012 London Olympics, and accordingly the team would be named TWENTY12 (London Olympics), TWENTY16 (Rio Olympics), TWENTY20 (Tokyo Olympics) and now TWENTY24 (Paris Olympics. The name concept was conceived on the Oakley bus at Interbike.
The TWENTY24 program is responsible for developing many of the most successful American female cyclists to date. Creating opportunities for elite, junior development and para-cycling athletes. TWENTY24 has established a consistent athlete talent pipeline for road and track cyclists and additionally providing opportunities for athletes who excel in the virtual world of Zwift eSports and the new dynamic discipline of gravel racing that fosters both high performance, mass participation and community connection.
“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” - Phil Jackson (Head Coach, Los Angeles Lakers 2005-2011 + 1999 - 2004 and Chicago Bulls 1989-1998)