Team

Our line up of staff and coaches

Jeremy Powers

Jeremy Powers is a four-time US National Cyclocross Champion. He has been racing cyclocross since 2004, racking up over 90 UCI victories in the past decade of racing. He helped create a non-profit development team, the JAM Fund, with longtime friends Alec Donahue and Mukunda Feldman. Most recently, he formed Aspire Racing, a team devoted to growing top-tier cyclocross talent in the USA. Jeremy has taught at countless camps, created an instructional video “Jeremy Powers Cross Camp,” and has spoken at many events about technique, racing tactics, and just about everything in between.

Alec Donahue

Al is a friend and mentor to Jeremy and countless other riders who rely on his experience as one of the top coaches in the world. He is a true friend and someone who can pull the reins on his athletes.

Jeremy says: “Back in the day, we both wanted to learn about the newest training techniques at that time. Around 2002, we were riding to learn, to push each other, and as one of the strongest riders in the area at that time, Al was someone I wanted to emulate and learn from.

Over the years, Al and I have trained side by side, developed ideas, scribbled on napkins, and he’s spent many hours on the scooter in bitter cold weather. All those hours in planes, trains and cars, living the life, we consider each other family.”

Als’ accolades and client list is truly impressive, but he wouldn’t say it, so we will. He is undoubtedly one of the best coaches in the sport, both discovering and honing some of our country’s top cyclocross talent through the JAM fund: Stephen Hyde, Ellen Noble, Jeremy Durrin, Anthony Clark, and many others. His expertise and guidance will leave a lasting impression on everyone attending.

events about technique, racing tactics, and just about everything in between.

Alec Donahue

Al is a friend and mentor to Jeremy and countless other riders who rely on his experience as one of the top coaches in the world. He is a true friend and someone who can pull the reins on his athletes.

Jeremy says: “Back in the day, we both wanted to learn about the newest training techniques at that time. Around 2002, we were riding to learn, to push each other, and as one of the strongest riders in the area at that time, Al was someone I wanted to emulate and learn from.

Over the years, Al and I have trained side by side, developed ideas, scribbled on napkins, and he’s spent many hours on the scooter in bitter cold weather. All those hours in planes, trains and cars, living the life, we consider each other family.”

Als’ accolades and client list is truly impressive, but he wouldn’t say it, so we will. He is undoubtedly one of the best coaches in the sport, both discovering and honing some of our country’s top cyclocross talent through the JAM fund: Stephen Hyde, Ellen Noble, Jeremy Durrin, Anthony Clark, and many others. His expertise and guidance will leave a lasting impression on everyone attending.

events about technique, racing tactics, and just about everything in between.