About the Team

Our mission is to excel at the highest level as athletes, while inspiring others to perform at their absolute best, lead healthy lifestyles, and be engaged participants in the sport of cycling and in their communities. The team operates under Tam Cycling 501c3.  For Full Tam Cycling Mission Statement: Click Here! 

Our History

When the team was formed in 2005, the goal was to create a pathway for athletes to the 2012 London Olympics.  In 2009 the team name became TWENTY12 changing every 4 year cycle, followed by TWENTY16, TWENTY20 and now TWENTY24 representing the Paris 2024 Olympics.


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. 


What We Do

Develop high-performance athletes and the next generation of competitive cyclists. Success in aligning student-athletes with college scholarships through cycling. Support of the multi-discipline athlete. Adaptive, dynamic, versatile, resilient and committed to growing diversity in the landscape of women’s cycling.

Athletes of TWENTY12, TWENTY16 and TWENTY24 accomplished 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 supports experienced and elite riders to perform at their highest potential while offering junior riders a groundbreaking mentor program, oh and we have fun too! 

Team Olympic Accomplishments

TWENTY12 - 2012 London Olympics

Gold - Kristin Armstrong (USA) — Individual Time Trial

Silver - Lauren Tamayo (USA) — Team Pursuit 

Bronze - Jasmin Duehring (CAN) — Team Pursuit

+ Kristin Armstrong wins second consecutive Olympic gold in the Individual Time Trial

+ Only USA-based road program to achieve cross-disciplinary medals.

+ Only professional team with an integrated junior program.

+ First American UCI team to recruit a para-cycling athlete, Greta Neimanas (USA) to a professional squad roster.

TWENTY16 - 2016 Rio Olympics + Paralympics

Gold - Kristin Armstrong (USA) — Individual Time Trial

Gold - Jamie Whitmore (USA) — Paralympic Road Race

Silver - Chloe Dygert (USA) — Team Pursuit

Silver - Jennifer Valente (USA) — Team Pursuit

Silver - Jamie Whitmore (USA) — Paralympic Individual Pursuit

Silver - Megan Fisher (USA) - Individual Time Trial

Bronze - Jasmin Duehring (CAN) — Team Pursuit

Bronze - Georgia Simmerling (CAN) — Team Pursuit

Bronze - Megan Fisher (USA) - Individual Pursuit

+ Kristin Armstrong becomes most decorated female cyclist in USA history with her third consecutive Olympic gold in the Individual Time Trial. 

+ Chloe Dygert and Jennifer Valente win their first Olympic medals. 

TWENTY20 - 2020 Tokyo Olympics + Paralympics

Gold - Jennifer Valente (USA) - Omnium

Bronze - Jennifer Valente (USA) - Team Pursuit

Jasmin Duehring (CAN) 4th Place - Team Pursuit

Georgia Simmerling (CAN) 4th Place - Team Pursuit

Jamie Whitmore (USA) Tokyo Paralympic Games 

Lea Davison (USA) — Long Team  for Tokyo Olympic Games 


+ Team pivots to include a robust Zwift eSports schedule and wrapped 2020 as the top-ranked Zwift eSports team globally.

TWENTY24 – A New Road to the 2024 Paris Olympics + Paralympics 

With the health and safety of our athletes of utmost importance, TWENTY24 is charting a new course to Paris.

2021-22 — Focus on gravel, eSports, and select road events in North America. Bolster Junior girls race program and club team.

2023-24 — Focus on Olympic Games qualification and drive towards Paris.

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