The JAM Fund was created in 2003 by Jeremy Powers, Alec Donahue and Mukunda Feldman, good friends brought together with a passion for cycling. The JAM Fund helps young, motivated cyclists achieve success both on and off the bike.
JAM Fund is a comprehensive year-round program with a mission to lower the financial barriers within the sport of cycling and to develop athletes who are cycling's true ambassadors. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, our activities are made possible through corporate sponsorships and individual donor support. Each year we issue grants including financial and technical resources and professional training to aspiring cyclists who show enthusiasm and determination to do their best.
What We've Achieved
JAM alumna Ellen Noble wins her third consecutive U23 Cyclocross National Championship.
Stephen Hyde graduates from JAM to race with Cannondale/CyclocrossWorld and wins the Cyclocross National Championships in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
JAM riders Jack Kisseberth, Scott Smith and Ellen Noble race for Team U.S.A. at World Championships.
JAM/NCC named "Favorite Domestic Team" in Cyclocross Magazine Reader's Choice awards.
JAM Fund holds ninth annual Grand Fundo to support young, promising athletes.
JAM Fund awards grants to a record 35 young riders in 2018.
JAM Alum Jeremy Durrin starts pro team Neon Velo.
Anthony Clark (Squid) races pro overseas.
JAM Fund Team mentors riders at Montague Crit Series.
JAM Fund celebrates fifteen years of helping young cyclists.