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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The Lockdown Lowdown: TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank Pro Cycling's new weekly quarantine digest

We are living through unprecedented times. Our worlds are turned upside down as we struggle with the impact of Covid-19. Like many people around the world, most of our athletes are on lockdown. They are all healthy, thank goodness, but being an athlete and teammate on lockdown brings its own set of challenges. Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank has created this weekly report, “The Lockdown Lowdown,” to share our athletes’ stories with you. We’ll share how the team stays positive and focused on their goals, what the riders’ self-quarantine environments are like, improvised training ideas and healthy recipe. We hope that these reports will give you some inspiration in this challenging time.

Olympic dream still burns for Ryan

With the Tokyo Olympics postponed to no later than the summer of 2021, Kendall Ryan is hitting the reset button. The Amgen Tour of California stage winner and multi-time national champion spent the last two years working toward Olympic selection and was just a month away from finding out if she made the track team. However, because of the coronavirus outbreak, Ryan’s goals for the Madison and team pursuit have been put on hold. For now. With her heavy training load – double days, coupled with strength training – the news affords Ryan something she hasn’t done in a while, take a break. “I haven’t had a good chunk of time off the bike for a couple of years now, having to juggle a World Tour ra

Faulkner finishes third at The Mid South gravel race

This past weekend, and before a complete coronavirus shutdown of all bike races for the near future, Kristin Faulkner and Lauren Stephens took the start line for The Mid South gravel race in Stillwater, Oklahoma. They claimed third and fourth, respectively, in what Faulkner called "the hardest race I've ever done." This past weekend, and before a complete coronavirus shutdown of all bike races for the near future, Kristin Faulkner and Lauren Stephens took the start line for The Mid South gravel race in Stillwater, Oklahoma. They claimed third and fourth, respectively, in what Faulkner called "the hardest race I've ever done." "I finished the race a much better rider than when I started, an

Team Tibco-SVB returns home after European races canceled

Coronavirus causes organizers to cancel Italian, Dutch, and Belgian classics. Team Tibco Silicon Valley Bank will return home after the coronavirus outbreak wreaked havoc on the European racing calendar, resulting in a series of cancelations from Strade Bianche to Gent Wevelgem. The cobbled semi-classic Ronde van Drenthe was next for the team, however, the UCI Women's World Tour race was also struck off the calendar today. After the Strade Bianche news last weekend, and, before the Belgian government ordered a complete shut down of all sporting events in that country, the team had returned to its Belgian base to continue preparations for Drenthe. Emily Joy Newsom said the team took advant

Cannondale: Futurestate

Letters to the Future of Women’s Cycling A bicycle is a gateway to a boundless world. A ticket to freedom, independence, and confidence; a bicycle can take a rider to towering heights, and guide them through the lows of life. A bicycle is a vehicle for change and a mode for empowerment. In this spirit of progress, Cannondale asked that their riders, ambassadors and employees pen letters to their future selves, or future daughters. Together, they shared their hopes and aspirations for women in the sport of cycling. One of these was Rachel Hedderman, Team Tibco-SVB Head Sports Director. This is Rachel's letter: Rachel Hedderman England Dear Rachel, As I write this I realize that I am now into

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