The J.A.M. Fund has one goal in 2012: to build a cycling program that will usher in America’s next generation of cyclocross racers.
The J.A.M. Fund has set its sights on building on two successful seasons by creating a cyclocross program based in the heart of the Pioneer Valley that nurtures and develops young riders and brings cyclocross to the general public. In so doing, the J.A.M. Fund also aims to make the Pioneer Valley the center of a new age of American cyclocross.
The Pioneer Valley is responsible for producing America’s number one ranked cyclocross racer. Jeremy Powers, the J in J.A.M., is a product of the area’s unrivaled cycling community and owes much of his success to the support he received growing up in the area. Together with two of his lifelong friends and mentors – Alec Donahue, the A, and Mukunda Feldman, the M, – they created an organization that will connect young cyclists with the community support that has made them the riders, and people, that they are today – the J.A.M. Fund.