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TWENTY16 presented by Sho-Air Team Camp Photo Gallery

February 11, 2015
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Photos: Brian Hodes/VeloImages

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Before their racing season begins at the Valley of the Sun Stage Race in Arizona later this week, Twenty16 presented by Sho-Air women’s team held their training camp in Northern California.

In its 10th year Twenty16 has targeted the Richmond 2015 UCI Road World Championships with riders focusing on selection to the National Team for both the elite and junior categories. The team will also support riders preparing for both the 2015 Track and Para World Championships.

In its 10th year, Twenty16 has targeted the Richmond 2015 UCI Road World Championships with riders focusing on selection to the National Team for both the elite and junior categories. The team will also support riders preparing for both the 2015 Track and Para World Championships.

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The complete roster includes: Carmen Small (USA); Lauren Hall (USA); Andrea Dvorak (USA); Lauren Komanski (USA); Jess Cerra (USA), Kaitie Antonneau (USA); Allie Dragoo (USA); Allison Jackson (CAN) U23; Alison Arensman (USA) U23.

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Why hold team camp in Northern California? Silly question…

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Thanks to his friendship with team director Mari Holden, Barry Bonds was allowed to jump in and log some miles with the team.

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The hardest working people on any successful team are always the mechanics and soigneurs who spend endless hours making sure the riders can simply focus on one thing, riding.

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As a longtime sponsor, Felt will once again return as the bike partner. SRAM provides the rest of the build with RED components that include a Quarq power meter crank. Zipp provides wheels, seatpost, handlebar, and stem.

Follow the team at: teamtwenty16.com

 

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