Limar is proud to announce our partnership with the UCI Team Twenty 24 in their support of women athletes. Teamwork, passion and experienced role models mentoring riders from junior to elite level, make Team Twenty 24 one of the leading cycling programs in the country. Since 2012, the team has sent athletes to London 2012, and Rio 2016 taking home 9 Olympic medals, and 17 World Championships. Sights are set on the Tokyo Olympics this summer, as well as several North American road and gravel events.
“We are thrilled to be partnered with Limar helmets, they make a quality product and we are honored that Limar chose to launch in North America with a women’s program.” Commented team founder and General Manager, Nicola Cranmer. “Limar has us covered with high performance athlete support and the company is equally focused on developing the youth of our sport.”
The team’s high-performance director is 3 x Olympic gold medalist, Kristin Armstrong, who leads elite level riders and mentors young athletes through her newly launched KX3 Lifestyle + Coaching platform. Twenty 24’s mission is to inspire others to perform at their absolute best, lead healthy lifestyles, and be engaged in the sport of cycling and in their communities. This season, you will see the athletes of Twenty 24 in Limar’s World Tour proven, ultra-ventilated Air Pro MIPS and our fastest road helmet ever, the Air Speed.
The teams season kicked off with a mini gravel camp in Idaho. Shayna Powless and Charlotte Backus will race in the upcoming March 12th True Grit Gravel Epic, in Utah which covers 84 miles and over 9,000 ft of climbing. The True Grit race will be followed by another gravel camp in Tucson, AZ at Pace Ranch. From there they will head over to Patagonia AZ, to explore the Borderlands while staying at the infamous Gravel House.
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