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Felt Bicycles Supports Through  Paris 2024 
NEWS!  Felt Bicycles is thrilled to announce its continued partnership with the TWENTY24 Pro Cycling race team for the next three seasons. The Southern California-based bicycle brand first joined forces with the storied women’s team in 2011.


For over  a decade, riders from the TWENTY24 Pro Cycling squad have gone on to score countless victories aboard Felt bikes. 


Photo: Wil Matthews

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Jennifer Valente Wins GOLD in Tokyo Omnium
Valente wins her first Olympic GOLD medal in the women's omnium in Tokyo. 


Jennifer joined the TWENTY24 program late 2011 in her final junior year. A decade later she wins her first Olympic gold medal. 


After scoring a bronze with her teammates in the team pursuit, Jennifer rode a spectacular race to take gold.


Photo: Getty Images 

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What to do post Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics?  
Jasmin Duehring has been on the road and track scene for many years, She has attended three Olympics scoring bronze in London and Rio with her Team Canada teammates. Canada team pursuit was edged out by Team USA in Tokyo resulting in a 4th place finish for the Canadian squad who also had an incredible comeback from the qualifier round. She has been the backbone of the TWENTY24 road team for five years. 


The idea of Leadville and SBT GRVL post Tokyo was appealing to Jasmin, the combined effort known as LeadBoat! 


What is LeadBoat?

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Paige Peters wins Inaugural Moran 166 Gravel
NEWS!  Back in 2020 after some diligent Zwift Power data analysis from Josh Lipka who assists with the Zwift eSports team, Paige Peters (formerly Boldt) was recruited for the Zwift Premier League. Peters hails from a running background but we quickly realized although new to cycling she was talented. 


Peters grew up in a small town in Michigan on a sawmill, she lived in a log cabin. She got her first need for speed in dog sled racing and went on to run collegiately at Ferris State University. 


Photo: Garrett Hein


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TWENTY24 Junior Pipeline to Performance 

Junior race team in the plans for 2022


As I watched the Tokyo Games, I reflect on the pathway to where TWENTY24 is now and think about what the road ahead will look like. I am watching athletes like Coryn Rivera, Ruth Winder, Jennifer Valente, and Chloé Dygert—all once juniors in our development program—young girls with Olympic dreams. 


Athletes of TWENTY12, and TWENTY16 and TWENTY24 scored 14 Olympic/Paralympic medalists, 17 world champions, and countless national champions hailing from the USA, Canada, Cuba and Mexico. A further 5 team alumni have represented Team USA in the past three Olympic Games. The team model enables experienced and elite riders to perform at their highest potential while offering junior riders a groundbreaking mentor program, oh and we have fun too! 

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Seventeen years of gold medals, adjusting helmet straps and braiding hair. 


When the team was formed in 2005, the goal was to create a pathway for athletes to the 2012 London Olympics, and accordingly the team would be named TWENTY12 (London Olympics), TWENTY16 (Rio Olympics), TWENTY20 (Tokyo Olympics) and now TWENTY24 (Paris Olympics. The name concept was conceived on the Oakley bus at Interbike. 


The TWENTY24 program is responsible for developing many of the most successful American female cyclists to date.  Creating opportunities for elite, junior development and para-cycling athletes. TWENTY24 has established a consistent athlete talent pipeline for road and track cyclists and additionally providing opportunities for athletes who excel in the virtual world of Zwift eSports and the new dynamic discipline of gravel racing that fosters both high performance, mass participation and community connection.  

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