Track + Gravel + Esports +
Mountain + Road
Women's Professional Cycling + Youth Development
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Latest News - Team returns to UCI status
“TWENTY24 is a cornerstone program of American cycling. The team does heroic work in identifying future international caliber riding talent, providing them with unique development opportunities, and supporting them as they contend for World titles and Olympic medals,” said Brendon Quirk, CEO & President of USA Cycling. “Our belief at USA Cycling that the US National Women’s Team will soon return to the #1 ranking in the world, and it’s due in no small part to the tireless effort of Nicola Cranmer and her team. We couldn’t be happier about the team’s return to the UCI ranks, and we look forward to many more years of productive partnership together.”
Latest News - Valente Leads UCI Champions League
“I’m feeling good heading into Round 2 in Berlin. The UCI Track Champions League is a long competition but I’ll try and keep my consistency rolling. To be in the leader’s jersey without winning any of the races in Mallorca was a little unexpected, but it’s certainly a good start and I hope to ride well again this weekend.”
Round 2 takes place Saturday 19 November, 19:00 CET, Berlin / Berlin Velodrom, Germany. The event can be watched on Global Cycling Network in USA and Eurosport.
Latest News - Jennifer Valente World Champion
“It definitely means a lot. The team gold medal is special in a completely different way. Every team world title that I’ve won has been with a really special group of people. But this is just a completely different experience.”
Latest News - Kulchinsky Wins Zwift GP Time Trial
It was an epic effort by team leader and most experienced Zwift time trials, Kristen Kulchinsky did the lions share of the work. Again another learning experience by the new squad, pacing and draft tactics are key. Also great communication is critical, it was an excellent effort from everyone!
Up next is a 30 mile points race on the Champs Elysees course.
Latest News - Gateway Cup 3 Wins + GC
The racing was fun and fast, the crowds were enthusiastic and the hosts were outstanding! Thank you Heater family for welcoming us in to your home!
With the assistance of Sofia, Marlies won 3 of the 4 races and a 2nd in the other taking the overall series win.
My favorite circuit was The Hill because of the fans and the history of the race! The rain made it extra challenging the whole weekend but we were able to come together even more as a team and achieve great things together. The race was even more special as my Dad Rolando was there!" - Sofia Arreola
Latest News - Intelligentsia Cup 5 Wins + GC
The campaign opened up with a win from Sofia, as the week went on Marlies came into form taking 4 wins and 3 second places and the overall and none of this would be possible without her extraordinary teammate Sofia Arreola.
Latest News - Junior National Champions
Once the race started, one of my competitors attacked and I quickly followed. Coming into the final corner, I remember Shelly telling me to go early. I did the longest sprint I have done in a long time and held off my competitor by half a wheel. I was super excited because it was the first national championship I have ever won! - Aine Chen 13-14 National Road Champion
Latest News - Nations Cup - Gold
Latest News - Tour of America's Dairyland
The KwikTrip Tour of America’s Dairyland launched in 2009 by several Milwaukee-area cycling enthusiasts, among them Billy Ochowicz and Tom Schuler and remains America's longest stage event on the calendar.
We fielded an international roster led by Olympic Champion Jennifer Valente (USA) and included Marlies Mejias (CUBA), Sofia Arreola (Mexico) and for five races Melisa Rollins (USA)
Latest News - UNBOUND 200 GRAVEL 5th
"Great seeing teammates at Unbound Gravel! It was my first time attending this race and it did not disappoint as it was a lot of fun." - Makala Jaramillo
"Unbound 2022 did not disappoint, the race itself was short and sweet but the real highlight of this weekend was to see some of our amazing sponsors who support us every day. Another highlight was watching Melisa finish her first 200-mile unbound and watching Charlotte finish her first 100-mile unbound!" - Weigel Twins
I positioned myself well toward the front of the pack in the opening miles, but as the pace started to accelerate around the 40-minute mark, another rider clipped my bars and sent me onto the ground. I gathered myself and my bike, narrowly avoiding getting hit again as the rest of the racers hurled toward me. As I started pedaling, I noticed both the straps on my shoe had broken off where I had slid across the dirt, leaving my shoe loosely attached like a slipper to my foot. This was going to be a long day.
Latest News - SPEED WEEK
Latest News - SPEED WEEK
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)