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Speciality:
Sprinter, Rouleur
Road Category:
2
Born in Moscow, Russia. Lived in Israel. Started riding when I came to Austin 17 years ago at the age of 18 & got my first Trek 1000.... more

Joined UT Austin Cycling Club, while at school, but other sports, work & classes got in the way of racing. Though the years, visited all of the Hawaiian Islands on the bike - camping, riding and climbing the volcanoes.

Got the racing bug again in 2016 after visiting Mellow Johny's MOTR group ride. First race back was in 2016 Cat 5 Meegan Baab RR - never looked back since.

Code monkey behind Thea.com & StructuredDomains.com.
Road Category:
2
Throughout high school and college, I used bikes as a means of transportation, and learned how to wrench, almost exclusively on vintage bikes. I started riding as a hobby in 2013, ... moreafter starting my first job out of college. The hobby grew into a passion, as I continued to test my limits on the weekends and after work, joining any group rides that I could find in East Texas. I started racing later that year, won the state road race as a cat 5, and have since become a cat 2. Moving to Austin was a huge opportunity for me to improve as a cyclist, with so much talent, mentorship, beautiful terrain and racing experience within easy reach.

I've done two ~2000 mile bicycle tours across texas and the west coast, which were great adventures and life experiences that I'll remember for a long time. Over the years, I have also been a student of cycling, having self taught skills as a mechanic/gearhead, learning about nutrition, training, and strategies in racing, which I study and share through my youtube videos. Cycling has become a lifestyle for me, as well as a source of friendships, adventures, and personal growth - both mentally and physically. I am excited to continue to grow as a cyclist, and work with my Night Owls.

When I'm not on the bike, I am working towards a PhD at UT-Austin, looking for ways to make better batteries.
Speciality:
Climber, All Around
Road Category:
3
I ride bikes.. Growing up in San Antonio, I got my first bike 11 years ago from a pawn shop as an alternative to riding the bus everywhere. I fell in love with the freedom of cycling, ... moreand have been riding almost every single day since then both for fun, and because it's my only means of transportation. My life revolves around my bikes. I slowly became stronger and pushed myself more and more, regularly riding from SA to Austin, Corpus, and other parts of Texas for six years, eventually going on a 2600 mile bike tour across the Western US.

In 2013, I moved to Austin and started to do group rides. Before this, cycling was always a solitary experience for me. Riding with other cyclists showed me my true strength, with my fellow riders encouraging me to start racing. Three years later, 2016, I did. One year later, I'm a Cat 3, and I'm not stopping until I'm a pro.

By day I'm a classically trained French Chef with a culinary degree... By night I'm an owl flying not on wings, but on a bike.
Speciality:
Sprinter
Road Category:
2
I started riding in 2014 and from the moment I threw my leg over the bike, I fell in love. My competitive nature accelerated my move threw the ranks to my position as a Cat 2. I've ... morewon several series championships in one of the most competitive series in the country as a Cat 3 and 4. (2014/2015 Austin Texas Pure Driveway Series) Due to injury I sat out the 2016 season and as for 2017, I've found that it takes a team effort to move to the next level and thats how I've come to be a member of the Night Owls Racing Team.
Speciality:
All Around
Road Category:
3
I grew up in Davis, CA the home of the Cycling Hall of Fame and a hotbed for cyclists. As a Junior racer I was mentored by Steve Larson, a former Team Motorola team member. Training ... moreand racing from a young age against cyclists many years older I developed my tactical racing intuition. And while training in the flat central valley of CA I developed my sprinting kick. However, it was in the hills of the coastal range, and the infamous Cardiac Hill in Napa County where I was truly in my element as a Junior racer. I took 10 years off from racing to compete as a NCAA collegiate swimmer for Stanford, where I was on an American Record setting sprint relay, and became an 8 time All-American in the pool. I never gave up my passion for cycling though, and utilized my power to weight ratio to crosstrain up Old La Honda climb outside of Palo Alto. I am currently in grad school at the University of Texas at Austin, studying to get my PhD in Exercise Science. My research and interest involves power training on the bike and I love being able to apply my studies to racing. I returned to racing last year and am excited to see where I can go with it!
Speciality:
Climber, All Around
Road Category:
3
Born and raised in Montreal Quebec, this Canadian of Italian descent backs down from nothing. If it's a hard climb, a tough wheel to catch or a sprint finish, he's always up for the ... moretask. Partaking in competitive sports since the age of three, this third year cyclist undertstands that it is discipline, honest effort and teamwork which propels an athlete to stardom.

A proud member of NightOwls Racing for brotherhood binds the hearts of men, saddle up.
Speciality:
All Around
Road Category:
3
Andrew picked up cycling after a devastating knee injury suffered playing ice hockey as a way to rehab and eventually migrated to triathlon, realizing that the cycling was the most ... morefun and rewarding aspect of training. Andrew just completed his second full season of racing and is looking for continued improvement, especially in criteriums as a category 3 racer.
Like to ride bikes. I work for Bike Austin. And I'm an ambassador for Lanespotter.
My Organizations:
Live to Ride! Ride to Bars!
From El Paso. Live in Pflugerville.
Speciality:
All Around
Hello! I live in far NW Austin with my wife, her mom and two big fur babies. We all like the outdoors and spend autumn evenings enjoying the fire pit on our back porch, or camping ... moreif we can get away. My wife and I are casual bike riders. She has a Colnago World Cup CX bike and a Trek hybrid. I ride my touring bike and my trail bike on commutes, tours, and trails. Occasionally I will commute to work. I'll share some routes below and list my web stuff. Call me if you bonk, get overheated, break down or need a bike ride rescue for any reason. (512) 796-5339

Routes: Tours and overnighters;
McKinney Falls State Park in SW Austin: https://ridewithgps.com/trips/11524898

Avery Ranch to Lake Georgetown, Walnut Spring CG (remote) via Tejas Campground (You can refill water at Tejas CG) https://ridewithgps.com/trips/4534152

My own Texas Hill Country 400 - a 7 day ride with camping each night. https://texashillcountrybiketours.wordpress.com/2015/01/02/2016-texas-hill-country-bike-tours-wildflower-ride/
This is a great way to reach Inks Lake via NW Austin - Leander - Oatmeal - Bertram on secondary roads: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/10751089

Commute from northwest Austin to ABIA: https://ridewithgps.com/trips/17060920

My web info: Personal fb http://www.facebook.com/Adbirds1 Bike Touring fb http://www.facebook.com/THCBikeTours

Blog: http://www.TexasHillCountryBikeTours.com See blog for more details on tours like the Wildflower 400.

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/THCBikeTours and http://www.twitter.com/AustinBicycles

Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/austinbikepacker
A very, very average cyclist.
I am casual bike Rider and extreme coffee drinker. I like mid morning, Sunday rides and evening pub crawls.
Speciality:
Climber, All Around
My Organizations:
From SoCal, occasional visitor of my family in Pflugerville. Shipped a bike so I can ride when I'm here. Retired, 60+, ride 100 or so miles per week. Like climbing, but the rollers ... morearound Austin are fun!
Speciality:
All Around
A cyclist most of my life but recent retirement has allowed me to become more focused. I've generally been a solitary rider but found Bike Austin and the group rides are even more ... moreenjoyable and peer pressure defintely helps me get up the hills faster, which is what I have been needing to work on.
Speciality:
All Around
Road Category:
3
I enjoy all types of riding, but primarily road biking. This includes commuting, fast group rides, slow group rides and touring.
Speciality:
All Around, Rouleur
Road Category:
3
Group Rides:
Ramsey started racing BMX at Armadillo Downs in Conroe, Texas at seven years of age. As a teenager he began riding and racing road bikes with local clubs and bike shops in Houston. ... moreAfter moving to San Antonio for college he built his first mountain bike and began racing in the early days of the Texas mountain bike scene. After graduating from Trinity University and moving to Austin, he continued racing mountain and road bikes. Over the years his passion for the sport has driven him to try his legs at cyclocross and gravel racing as well.

Ramsey has been on the podiums for road races and criteriums like Pace Bend, Copperas Cove, Tour of New Braunfels, San Marvelous Race, Driveway Series, Matrix Challenge, University Oaks, and Tree of Life. He has also achieved Texas State Championships in cyclocross and Super D and a podium finish in the inaugural Texas Gravel Championship.

When not racing or training Ramsey is a mechanical designer for a local aerospace and defense contractor.
I've bee nriding for 30ish years. I ride road, mountain, cross and gravel. in the past I have done some cat 5 road racing and a bunck of sport/expert mountain bike and gravel races. ... moreI havent been riding much since I moved to Austin a year ago and hope to change that.
Speciality:
Climber
i cycle
Just trying to ride as much as possible. And beer. And coffee.