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Jeremy Scores Two Second Places at Derby City Cup

by Wil Matthews

It was a strong weekend of racing in Louisville, Kentucky, with one night race on Saturday and another UCI C2 race the next day. But the weather couldn’t have been nicer—mid-50s and sunny all weekend, with a bit of mud leftover ...

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Jeremy Takes Day 1 Win at Trek CXC Cup


This weekend, Jeremy was in Wisconsin for the Trek CXC Cup in Waterloo, at the Trek headquarters. Dry, dusty conditions on a cornering-heavy course led to interesting battles in the men’s and women’s races, and Jeremy’s Category 1 victory was hard-fought. ...

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Jeremy in Maxim Magazine

A day in the life of Jeremy Powers—in Maxim magazine!

Jeremy is in the most recent issue of Maxim magazine! Earlier in the summer, a reporter spent a day with him in Easthampton, out on a ride, at the gym, and just hanging out. The result is a pretty cool story about what ...

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Jeremy’s Focus Cayo Bike Profile on CXMagazine.com

Jeremy's Focus Cayo. © Andrew Reimann/Cyclocross Magazine

After spending Saturday at the JAM Fund Grand Fundo this past Saturday, Cyclocross Magazine’s Andrew Reimann wrote up a great profile of Jeremy’s Focus Cayo road disc-brake bike that he used for the long (and hilly) ride. Some of the noteworthy ...

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Join Jeremy and Motofish Coffee for Grit and Grind


On August 2nd, Jeremy will be partnering with Motofish Coffee, Rapha, Olympia Coffee and Nuun in Elma, Washington, to bring you a gravel ride with all proceeds to benefit a friend and incredible member of the cycling community, Jim Brown, ...

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Cyclocross Magazine Editor’s Pick


Jeremy and the JAM Fund received numerous titles in Cyclocross Magazine’s 2015 Editors and Readers Choice Awards: Jeremy earned the honor of Editor’s Pick for the Male Domestic Racer of the Year. In addition, he was selected as the #1  ...

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Jeremy Defends National Title in Austin

photo courtesy of Motofish

Yesterday, after a day of delays and postponements, Jeremy took his third National Championship title down in Austin, Texas, at Zilker Memorial Park. But before you assume that it was an easy win, think again. “There were some elements that ...

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