TEAM TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank

2020

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The team who built the dream

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ABOUT US

Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank is the longest running professional women’s cycling team in North America.  Since 2004, the team’s mission has been to help aspiring female cyclists achieve their dreams of becoming top International competitors.  The team has had numerous riders named to Olympic and World Championship squads and has produced several national champions.

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Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank: Preview of the Canadian, Dutch and USA Road Cycling National Champ

Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank riders from Canada, the Netherlands and the USA are getting ready for their National Championships, starting tomorrow through Monday. Alison Jackson (CAN), Lex Albrecht (CAN), Emily Marcolini (CAN), Nina Kessler (NED), Emily Newsom (USA) and Kendall Ryan (USA) will be racing this week. 🇺🇸 UNITED STATES The USA National Championships are hosted once again by Knoxville, Tennessee. First up will be the individual time trial, where Emily Newsom will be racing against the clock on Thursday, June 27. The 2-lap course covers 22.9 kilometers at Melton Lake Park in Oak Ridge, TN. The smooth course has just a few rolling climbs and will be a fast and challenging ti

Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank: Ready for the OVO Energy Women’s Tour, Results at Chrono Gatineau

Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank has landed in the UK for the OVO Energy Women’s Tour, the next stop on the UCI World Tour calendar. The race features six days of racing, from June 10-15. Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank brings a multi-dimensional squad to the Women’s Tour that includes Brodie Chapman (AUS), Alice Cobb (GBR), Alison Jackson (CAN), Nina Kessler (NED), Shannon Malseed (AUS) and Rozanne Slik (NED). Since 2018, the race has offered equal prize money to the men’s event, increasing from £31,000 to £80,000. The race has also risen in prestige since gaining World Tour status in 2016, and this year boasts an extra day of racing, a deep international field and live stream video covera

Race Preview: Grand Prix Cycliste Gatineau

Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank is now in Quebec, Canada for two UCI 1.1 events, the Grand Prix (GP) Cycliste Gatineau and the Chrono Gatineau. Rolling off a successful weekend of racing at the Armed Forces Cycling Classic, the team will be taking on the UCI road race tomorrow, June 6, and the individual time trial on Friday, June 7. The Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank roster for the road race will be: Lex Albrecht (CAN), Nicolle Bruderer (GTM), Sharlotte Lucas (NZL), Emily Newsom (USA) and Kendall Ryan (USA). Racing the time trial will be Emily Newsom and Lauren Stephens. The 104.4-km road race features winding roads with early climbs that can favor breakaways, but typically the race come

Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank partners with Lumin Sports to take female cycling to a new technica

Photo: Brodie Chapman at the Amgen Tour of California Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank of USA this week has announced a 2 year deal with Australian based sports tech firm Lumin Sports to lead the way in modernizing the female peloton. In an effort to elevate women’s cycling globally, Lumin Sports will roll out its Phila and ARC solutions to specifically improve rider/team communication, improve rider health & wellbeing and to improve the decision-making process for team management. Lumin Sports is no stranger to professional cycling currently working with a number of teams and programs globally including Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka and Cycling Australia. Lumin Sports prides itself on its

Victory at the Armed Forces Cycling Classic’s Clarendon Cup

Photo: Will Nelson Kendall Ryan (USA) made history at the Armed Forces Cycling Classic this weekend with her victories in both the Crystal Cup on Saturday and the Clarendon Cup on Sunday. Ryan and the champion in the men’s field, Eric Young, became the first racers in the event’s history to win both stages. On yesterday’s victory at the Clarendon Cup, Kendall Ryan said, “With only 4 riders, we were outnumbered and expected a hard race. The team completely emptied themselves, and only [Sharlotte Lucas] and I finished. I also had to cover a lot of moves to keep the field together while trying to save for the final sprint. In the last lap, I was able to move up into position. I hit the last cor

From Gravel to Road: A Winning Start to the Weekend

Photo: Photo: Doug Graham - Wild Light Photos In three separate races today, Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank had a successful start to the weekend: Kendall Ryan (USA) won the Armed Forces Cycling Classic’s Crystal Cup, Lauren Stephens (USA) scored a gravel victory at the Dirty Kanza 100 and Emily Newsom claimed a top 10 finish at the LOTTO Thüringen Ladies Tour. “It felt great to deliver a win today and feel that speed back in my legs,” said Ryan. “The team did a solid job covering moves, and we’re excited to race again tomorrow and go for more results at the Clarendon Cup. It’s one of my favorite courses - fast and technical.” The Armed Forces Cycling Classic’s Clarendon Cup will be stream

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