Introducing: Maize Wimbush | Cyclingnews

Introducing: Maize Wimbush | Cyclingnews


Twenty24 Pro Cycling has been developing champions in women’s cycling for 16 years and supporting athletes toward their dreams to compete at the Olympic Games. Leading the team into the future is Maize Wimbush, the junior women’s 15-16 US National Road Race champion, and she has an eye on the Los Angeles Olympic Games in 2028.

The team started as Proman-Hitsquad Professional Cycling Team in 2006 but adjusted the name to match the four-year Olympic cycles since 2012. Twenty24 currently support an elite women’s team and a range of junior women’s development teams, and owner Nicola Cranmer has a vision to bring the team back to a UCI-registered team in 2023 and 2024, in the approach to the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.





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