My biggest accomplishment while being an Achieve athlete was taking my first ever win at Winters Road Race in a solo breakaway. I had been on the podium before, but I'd never won a race before becoming an Achieve athlete.
San Rafael, CA
My biggest accomplishment while being an Achieve athlete was taking my first ever win at Winters Road Race in a solo breakaway. I had been on the podium before, but I’d never won a race before becoming an Achieve athlete.
The best part of being an Achieve athlete is being around a group of cyclists who have the same goals as you. Meeting new athletes and coaches and being part of this community. Learning new things every day.
The thing that I like most about cycling is the feeling of accomplishment after every rider or race and to see how much I was able to improve and become better.
My favorite bike so far is the Specialized Stumpjumper Expert World Cup, because its the bike I’m currently racing in and the bike that got me to my first podium last year.
The cycling accomplishment that I’m most proud of, was last State Championship, where I finished in 13th. But I’m not most proud of the position I got, I’m proud because I put everything I had and I was able to beat most of my NorCal competitions and able to keep up with Ben Cook for an epic sprint in the end.
I would like to be a Penguin, because that’s how I look when I’m walking in my cycling shoes.
I currently go to San Rafael High School. I have meet Jens Voigt and Ted King. I hate chocolate.
1. Get top 3 in the upcoming NorCal season in Varsity.
2. Do my first road race as soon as possible/ move up in the Categories.
3. Improve my threshold power by at least 15% before the MTB season.
4. Improve my downhill skills on the MTB.
5. Race in Nationals next year.