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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Strade Bianche bound, racing starts Saturday

In March, the team travelled to Siena, Italy, ready for Strade Bianche, but COVID 19 began to take hold and the race was postponed at the last minute. The team returned to its base in Belgium hoping to race the Spring Classics, but when the U.S President announced an impending Europe/U.S travel ban, team Founder Linda Jackson had the team return home immediately, just before quarantine set in "A few months ago, I made a joke that it's like time froze," said Lauren Stephens, who is quarantining in the UK for two weeks with team director Rachel Hedderman. "I flew to Italy in February to prepare for Strade Bianche, only to have the race canceled a few days before it was supposed to take plac

TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank dominates the Virtual Tour de France

Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank surpassed all expectations during the final weekend of Zwift's Virtual Tour de France with Lauren Stephens winning the ultimate stage on the Champs Elysees, retaining her yellow jersey and clinching the overall team title. "I had so much fun these past three weekends racing with my teammates on Zwift," Stephens said. "When we started the Virtual Tour de France, I thought we could win a stage and finish in the top three in the yellow jersey competition. But we definitely exceeded those expectations. Every rider gave 100 percent each time they logged in to race. I'm excited to continue the eSport discipline while getting back to racing on the road." "I finished w

TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank first place in Virtual Tour de France standings

We've been working hard behind the scenes to plan our European racing campaign amid these uncertain times. But in the meantime, we're enjoying more virtual racing. We're in the middle of the Virtual Tour De France, and our performances have been profiled in a recent New York Times article, featuring Lauren Stephens! TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank continues to top the Virtual Tour de France's points standings after stages 3 and 4, held this past weekend. The team had strong performances on both days, and lead with 277 points. Don't forget! Fans can watch us on Zwift's live streaming service or Global Cycling Network. The final two stages on July 18 and 19 start at 5:45 a.m. PDT. Moving from

Stephens leads virtual Tour de France

With the U.S. still under various degrees of lockdown, we are trying to navigate the waters to get back over to Europe. In the meantime, however, Zwift's virtual Tour de France presents us with terrific racing challenges. This past weekend, Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank was put to the test and came out on top after stellar performances in the opening stages. Kristen Faulkner stormed to second after a reduced field sprint on the first day, and Lauren Stephens won stage 2, which put her into the race lead and the yellow jersey! The Tour de France resumes this weekend, so don't forget to watch us on Zwift's live streaming service or Global Cycling Network. Racing starts at 5:45 a.m. PDT. Laure

Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank gears up for first virtual Tour de France

With virtual events in full swing, Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank is gearing up for our biggest race to date: Zwift's virtual Tour de France! This six-day stage race, hosted in conjunction with Tour de France organizer, ASO, will take place over three weekends, starting on July 4. The races will be broadcast on ten different TV platforms across 130 countries, with each stage estimated to be about an hour long. Zwift and Global Cycling Network will be offering live coverage worldwide. Tour de France stages July 4 - Stage 1 is four laps of a hilly 9.1km Watopia circuit totaling 36.4km (22.6mi). Start time: 6 a.m. PDT. July 5 - Stage 2 will be a tougher challenge. It's 29.5km (18.3mi), on a Wat

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