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One of mountain biking's heroes Ned Overend. Ned is a six-time US National cross country Champion and he won the first MTB World Championships. Then, in ‘98 and ‘99 (when he was 42&43) he won consecutive Xterra World Championships.
Consultant. Teacher. Advocate. Cyclist. Bentonville-based adventure cyclist and influencer working to make the bike industry more welcoming and inclusive to people of all sizes. www.allbodiesonbikes.com
Dr, Tim Woo
Dr. Tim Woo, PT, DPT is a specialty physical therapist in Southern California focused on cycling performance. An accomplished Cat 1 road racer, Dr. Woo has developed cycling-specific exercise protocols such as his “glute-doping” program at www.socalbikept.com.
Local Colorado Springs shredder who balances his passion for cycling with dedication to personal and professional growth. In addition, he shares his passion for the sport with the next generation of rippers by coaching at Kids on Bikes. --
Cyclocross Superstar turned off road racer. Better known as Sherman's Dad. kerry Werner has won over 30 professional cross races and was the Pan American champion in 2019.
Chris Canfield has been racing and designing his own bikes since 1999 when he co-founded Canfield Brothers Downhill Bikes. With a passion to win races at any cost, he researched suspension designs with unbridled zest to find the secret formula to speed and efficiency. With 20 years of focus behind him and a Masters World Championship under his belt, he has now split from his company and ventured out on his own to take over the world with his Patented Suspension Designs. Now, Chris is racing full-time and researching products and suspension leaving the world wondering what magic spell he cast when he developed his secret recipe of suspension sorcery.
The 2022 Unbound Gravel 100 Winner & up and coming Gravel Superstar. Has joined forces with Scuderia Pinarello, for the 2023 season. When this young talent aproched us for a partnership, we jumped at the chance. Good luck Ethan!