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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 TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank announces contract extensions for winning virtual Tour de France squa

SILICON VALLEY, California. (Aug. 27, 2020) -Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank announced Thursday it has signed contract extensions for its core squad that competed in and won the virtual Tour de France. Held over three weekends in July, Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank dominated the six-stage race, claiming the overall win, queen of the mountain and sprint jerseys, multiple stage wins and podium placings. The virtual race was broadcast in over 130 countries, had 12 hours of live TV production, and reached almost eight million viewers on Eurosport International alone. "We're pleased to announce contract extensions for our core virtual Tour de France squad," said Linda Jackson, founder of Team TIB

La Course by Le Tour de France on the horizon, Kessler top 15 at Dutch nationals

La Course by Le Tour de France is just a few days away, and our squad of Lauren Stephens, Leah Dixon, Shannon Malseed, and Diana Penuela have been busy preparing in Nice, France, with a two-week training camp. Nina Kessler, fresh from competing at the Dutch National Championships, will join the roster going to La Course by Le Tour de France. Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank is fielding a smaller team than usual, because of Covid-19 related travel difficulties in getting riders to Europe. The race is 96km, and features a loop the peloton will complete twice. Because of the 5.8km côte de Rimiez and tricky, technical descents, the outcome is predicted to favor a strong breakaway to stay away to

Get to know Diana Peñuela: Colombian superstar

This week we meet Colombian climbing superstar, Diana Peñuela. A pro since 2016, this is Peñuela's first season with Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank. We sat down with Peñuela and chatted about how she fell in love with cycling, some of her favorite racing memories, and advice for getting started in the sport. Tell us how you got your start in cycling. Diana Peñuela: I started cycling in 2010 after not having the desired results in speed skating. I had an ankle injury, so I acquired a mountain bike to cross-train while I healed. After two years of training, I took part in some mountain bike races and enjoyed it. It motivated me to buy a road bike to continue improving, since only until I was 2

Ryan and Stephens talk e-racing vs. road, a return to the Olympic Training Center and what's nex

Since COVID hit in March, Olympic hopefuls Kendall Ryan and Lauren Stephens have had to make some significant adjustments in their training and lifestyle. Stephens made the best of it and moved all her training indoors. She used Zwift almost exclusively to train and race and quickly became a force in the e-racing scene. Her domination culminated with victory in the Virtual Tour de France at the end of July, before traveling to Europe to compete on the road for the next three months. Back in March, Ryan was packed and ready to return home from the Olympic Training Center after a track camp, but COVID restrictions left her in limbo. Now, five months later, Ryan has returned to the OTC to resum

Strade Bianche brings blistering temperatures, gravel, and fantastic racing

It's been almost five months since Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank has stepped foot on to European soil, but, today, the Strade Bianche played host the return of the Women's WorldTour, and marked the official restart to the racing. Temperatures soared over 100 degrees during the 136km race, which featured eight dry and dusty gravel sectors before finishing in Siena. And despite the visibly salty jerseys and the heat took taking its toll on most of the peloton, Diana Penuela steadily picked off tired riders to ride to a solid top 30 finish. Annemiek van Vleuten took the win. Team director Rachel Hedderman said the plan going into the race was to work for Lauren Stephens. "With only four r

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