TEAM TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank

2020

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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 finishes season at Tour of Flanders, Stephens claims ninth

FLANDERS, Belgium (Oct. 18, 2020) - It's a wrap! Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank concluded its strong 2020 season on a high note with a top-ten finish by Lauren Stephens at the much-anticipated Tour of Flanders, Oct. 18. "It was a really tough course today," Stephens said. "But, just like every race we've taken part in this year, I'm proud of how the team came together. We've become so in sync this season, and it feels amazing." Lauren Stephens on her way to ninth place at the Tour of Flanders. Photo/Velofocus Team director Rachel Hedderman said the 136km race over the famous cols and cobbles of "De Ronde" was a fitting way to close out a successful European campaign, despite the odd season.

Stephens flies to sixth at Gent-Wevelgem

It was another wet, windy, and frenetic day on the cobbled roads of West Flanders. However, Lauren Stephens still delivered Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank to an excellent sixth place at Gent Wevelgem and unlocked one of the team's key goals: a top ten finish at a WorldTour race. "Each race, I've had the support and encouragement from my teammates and staff," Stephens said. "But what has inspired and driven me during the races is the excitement and satisfaction my team has shown to support me." Lauren Stephens stays near the front of the race on the cobbled climbs. Photo/Velofocus The 141km race went well for the entire team, who started out aggressively with Emily Newsom, Shannon Malseed, an

Stephens sprints to 10th at Brabantse Pijl Dames, Gent-Wevelgem starts Sunday

Lauren Stephens and Kristen Faulkner took Flanders Classic Brabantse Pijl by storm Wednesday, finishing 10th and 11th, respectively, on a 122 km parcours packed with small, leg sapping climbs and testing cobbles. It was a fast start to Brabantse Pijl, but the bunch stayed together until Stephens launched a long-range attack 30km to the finish in Overijse and quickly gained a 30-second advantage. With 17 km to the finish she was reabsorbed. However, despite her immense effort off the front, Stephens still had enough reserves to sprint into 10th place. Lauren Stephens in the solo lead with a 30 second advantage. Photo/Velofocus "Today, I took a gamble with a solo break," Stephens said. "I enjo

Brabantse Pijl next on the Classics menu, Faulkner top 20 at Liège-Bastogne-Liège

Kristen Faulkner summoned her Alaskan roots to see her through a cold, soggy, and windy Liège-Bastogne-Liège this past Sunday, and they didn't disappoint. Faulkner thrived in the biting conditions, and she completed her first Belgian Classic with a stellar top 20 placing. The 124km race began at an aggressive pace, and early on, Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank took to the front of the peloton to assess dangerous moves. Wet roads and windy conditions were the order of the day at Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Photo/Velofocus "I was poorly positioned going into the Côte de la Vecquée and missed the first breakaway of nine riders that split on that climb. Before Côte de La Redoute, my teammate Lauren (St

Liège-Bastogne-Liège next on the cards, Stephens 15th at recent Flèche Wallonne

Lauren Stephens led Team TIBCO- Silicon Valley Bank to its best-placed finish at Fleche Wallonne this Wednesday, claiming a solid 15th place out of a select group of world-class riders. Stephens made it into the front group of 15-20 riders heading into the final ascent of Mur de Huy. Kristen Faulkner was present in the chase, and took 33rd in her first World Tour race. "The race went as expected, there was a small early break, but it didn't get more than a small gap," team director Rachel Hedderman said. "Our focus was on making sure to protect Lauren and keep her in position before the critical climbs of the day. The race, as always, was one of attrition with the front group shrinking on ea

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