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Achieve Athletes

Ed Moon

Currently live in:

Albany, CO

Achieve athlete since:

July 2015

Top accomplishments and/or results since being an Achieve athlete are:

N/A

The best part about being an Achieve athlete is:

Not sure yet.

The aspect I like most about cycling and/or racing is:

I love cycling and racing. I love the physical challenge and the friendships made.

My favourite bike is:

That’s difficult to answer. I love riding my road bike, but probably have the most fun on my cyclocross bike. It is perfect for exploring fire roads.

The cycling/sporting accomplishment I’m most proud of is:

Lapped the field at Greenville Twighlight with Frankie Andreu from the 7-Eleven team. When I was younger, I won many races including southeastern collegiate championships (RR, Crit, Kilo), state championships and also 5th at Masters Nationals RR. But Greenville stands out because it was one of the very first Pro12 races I did and the field was filled with stars. It is by far favorite cycling memory.

If I could be one animal I would be a:

A dog. They co-evolved with man and they are survivors.

Of the following three facts, two are true and one is false:

I came close to drowning in 2000. Decided I needed to learn to swim and the next year I completed a half ironman.
I used to drink 2+ liters of coca cola ever day.
I am terrified of insects but enjoyed eating them in Thailand.

My goals for the season include:

Be consistent with training (500 hrs) (on track)
Race frequently (10+ races) (9 so far)
Race placings (1x top 5, 2x top 10)
Finish season strong. If my fitness keeps improving, I would like to do a P12 race before end of year, possibly the Giro di SF.
Regain/improve cornering skills

2016 Goals:
Competitive at masters nationals
Consistently ride/play at front of races
Win at least one race.
Complete 2 double centuries (prep for 2019 goal)

2019 Goal:
Qualify for and complete Paris-Brest-Paris

Beyond:
Complete Great Divide MTB Route & Backpack PCT

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