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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 rider spotlight: Leah Dixon

In this week’s Lockdown Lowdown, we turn the spotlight on Welsh rider, Leah Dixon, who recently claimed top honors at ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour. Dixon is in her first year with Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank and transitioned to cycling from a running background. During quarantine, Dixon has quickly become adept at virtual racing, however, like all of us, she can't wait to get back on the road with her teammates! We chatted with Dixon about her move to a pro cycling career, favorite sporting moments, and what she likes best about being a part of Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank. How did you get your start in cyciing? What drew you to the sport? Leah Dixon: I started cycling pretty late, having firs

Dixon wins Women's Tour, Stephens first at Joe Martin

Life is slowly returning to normal in the United States after Covid-19. Restaurants and businesses are re-opening, and Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank is excited to start planning its August road calendar. However, in the meantime, virtual racing remains in the hot seat. Last week was jam-packed with races that brought home more accolades for Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank. Leah Dixon claimed top honors at ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour, and Lauren Stephens followed suit a few days later, winning the Joe Martin Stage Race GC. These wins come on the heels of our previous victories at the Zwift Tour for All and Tour of the Gila! ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour (June 17-19) - Known as one of the most prestigious wom

Passing the torch - Inspiration from former Olympic team members

The recent news of Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank riders, Kendall Ryan and Lauren Stephens, being named to the Olympic long team has us full of the Olympic spirit! In that light, this week's Lockdown Lowdown features a behind the scenes look at the management team's Olympic memories, experiences, and insights for Ryan and Stephens as they navigate Olympic waters. Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank owner, Linda Jackson, is a six-time Canadian national champion and competed in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic road race. To my riders, I started this team back in 2005 for women like you. For talented women that dreamed big. Women who wanted that pinnacle of women's cycling - to become an Olympian. I am v

USAC announces Stephens, Ryan part of Olympic long team

Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank is proud to announce Kendall Ryan, and Lauren Stephens have been selected for the Olympic Games long team. The 2021 Olympics will be in Tokyo after a year postponement due to Covid-19. Stephens' consistency, time trial strength, and race experience have made her no stranger to the podium. The 33-year-old has represented the US at the UCI World Championships three times, won the 2017 Winston Salem Classic, and finished in the top 10 at La Course the same year. "I work hard every day to be my best, and being named to the Olympic long team is a product of that hard work," said Stephens, who has been named to the road long team. "I'm looking forward to the time

Rider spotlight: Meet Sarah Gigante

This week on the Lockdown Lowdown, we're featuring Sarah Gigante, a 2020 signing for Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank and multi-time Australian national champion. Gigante has already made her mark on the professional scene, and we can't wait see what the future holds for this talented and bright 19-year-old! At just 19 years old, Sarah Gigante has already accomplished more than most would in a lifetime. The multi-time elite Australian national champion attributes her success to hard work and a simple mantra: "keep it fun." "It's essential to do what you love," said Gigante, who is planning a double major in linguistics and geography this year. "My number one piece of advice – and this goes

How does virtual racing work?

COVID-19 may have caused the cancellation or postponement a lot of our races, but Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank is still challenging ourselves, staying connected, and racking up plenty of wins to boot! And it's all thanks to new virtual cycling technology. With social distancing and stay at home restrictions still a factor, E-training and E-racing have taken center stage on the team. We've racked up several wins and have some exciting races to come in the future! Thanks to platforms such as Zwift, RGT, and BKool, race organizers can still host events virtually - and we're motivated for what's to come. How eRaces work - an overview The riders set up a bike on a stationary trainer, and either

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