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Jill Kintner


Jill Kintner is one of the most accomplished female athletes on two wheels. Paired with her work ethic and creativity, she has prevailed in 6 cycling disciplines. A BMX Bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic games, three consecutive UCI 4X Mountain Bike World Championships and many, many more.

Favorite Sock: Snail Love

Caroline Mani


Caroline Mani is a multiple French cyclo-cross National Champion. She also won the silver medal at the 2016 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Zolder, Belgium.

Favorite Sock: Wolf SGX

Payson McElveen


A native Texan, Payson McElveen relocated to Durango, CO in 2012. In 2017 he won his first US MTB Marathon Championship, and a second title in 2018. His popular “The Adventure Stache” podcast, films, and innovative challenges such as FKT’s and his “Trail Town” YouTube series, he hopes to inspire riders to think about the sport in new ways. While racing remains his first and greatest love on the bike, he hopes to have an impact that extends far beyond the racecourse.

Favorite Sock: Speedway SGX



Kyle Trudeau is a professional mountain bike racer for CZ Racing. He was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona where he enjoys sipping a nice IPA on his roof while watching the sunset.

Favorite Sock: AZ Flag SGX

Cody McEntire


Cody won the famed Tampa Am Contest in 2006, at the age of 18. Went Pro in 2010 and in 2013 he joined Blind Skateboards. In 2015 he became an SLS Pro by being one of the two highest placing Qualifying Pros at the Pro Open in Barcelona.
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Favorite Sock: Liberty

Amanda Nauman


Amanda Nauman is a SoCal based professional Cyclocross-Gravel-Mountain-Bike racer with stats as impressive as her style. A 2 time Dirty Kanza winner, 4 time RockCobbler winner, 2016 Belgian Waffle Ride Winner, and 8th ranked female CX rider in the United States.

Favorite Sock: Panda Power 2

Christine Eikmeier


Christine "Johny Ringo" is a UCI professional cross country, downhill, and enduro mountain bike racer. When not outside searching for a mountain adventure, she can be found in the kitchen creating pre and post ride meals.

Favorite Sock: Chain Luv

Sponsored Teams



2024 is a UCI Women's pro tour team. They will be racing in all of the UCI Women's Tour races in 2023 and beyond with an emphasis on the Summer Olympics in 2024.

Human Powered Health


Human Powered Health continues the pedigree of one of the most successful professional road cycling programs in North American history. Our men’s and women’s racing teams have more than 300 total wins since 2012. In 2022 the women’s program joined the world’s most elite league, the WorldTour.



Maxxis Factory Racing is a multi-disciplinary off road team competing in XC, gravel, and enduro races. Haley, Andrew, Cole, and Sofie will be competing across the US, Canada, and Europe against some of the top competition in the world.

Aevolo Cycling


Aevolo Cycling is a U23 professional team dedicated to helping develop the future of cycling. Aevolo Cycling doesn't just count victories as success, they take pride in personal, professional and athletic growth. Setting up it’s alumni for success beyond cycling is fundamental to it’s owner and staff. Watch them as they create more and more opportunities for success each and every year.

Floyd’s of Leadville

Floyd’s of Leadville

Floyd’s of Leadville Racing (FLR) comprises some of the greatest bicycle racing talent in the world, in a dispersed, non-traditional racing team. FLR competes at the highest level in an array of highly visible MTB and gravel bicycle races. As an expression of one’s ability on the bicycle, racing is the crucible where we learn about ourselves. It’s that expression that has led to the inception of the Floyd’s of Leadville Racing team in 2022.



Team Topeak-Ergon Racing US hits the road each season seeking out the most adventurous endurance mountain bike events. The riders from the US show off their strengths in a variety or racing formats—stages in the Himalayas, 100-mile races in the desert, marathons, and multi-day events. The team is lead by mountain bike legend and 6× Leadville 100 winner, Dave Wiens.

Yamaha WorldSBK


Following some of the most thrilling battles in motorcycle racing history, the Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK Team won the 2021 FIM Superbike World Championship’s “triple crown” of the Rider, Manufacturer and Team’s trophies at the season finale in Indonesia. In 2023, the team will once again challenge for podiums and race victories with Yamaha’s youngest and most exciting official rider line-up of defending champion Toprak Razgatlioglu and teammate Andrea Locatelli.