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Achieve Athletes

Ryan Rinn

Currently live in:

San Francisco, CA

Achieve athlete since:

July 2015

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

10 victories this season in single speed A including District Champion, and a top 5 in my first geared series.  Nationals here we come.

The best part about being an Achieve athlete is:

Having structure and someone keeping me focused through a season that goes through the holidays.  The mental aspect is just as important as the physical and a full season of racing can present a lot of set-backs and unexpected challenges.  I share those with Ryan and he reminds me of my longer term goals and helps me come up with a plan to stay on target.

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

I’m competitive. I love leaving everything out there.

My favourite bike is:

To date it’s my single speed belt drive Rock Lobster cx. It was my first custom bike and what I’ve had the most race success on. I have more miles (6,500 and counting) than any other bike.

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

Winning the state single speed championship twice is my biggest accomplishment for cycling. Last year I won every series I raced in my category and moving up 60 spots at Nationals was definitely a highlight.

If I could be one animal I would be a:

My Boston Terrier. She’s got the life.

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

I grew up in a pizzeria.
I was in tap dance, batton, and gymastics as a child.
I road the entire 2014 Tour de France route.

My goals for the season include:

This season I hope to win at least one big travel race, targeting Cross Vegas.
I want to finish in the top 10 at Nationals.
I want to repeat as state champion.
I want to consistently improve my results and performance over the season.
I want to win districts.

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