As a kid I started out as a long distance runner chasing my father, always trying to best him at the marathon of the month. But it was not until college that I discovered riding a bicycle as a sport. Thanks to Greg Lemond I was exposed to the world of competitive... READ MORE
It all started in the suburbs of New Orleans. My friends and I would all ride around the city as a way to get to friends’ houses. Love for doing wheelies and other tricks just came naturally. I got a subscription to BMX Plus! Magazine and fell in love with street-style riding.READ MORE
Travis is one of the original members of Bicycle.Net when the team began to expand in 2013. His roots in cycling began as a kid who loved to build dirt jumps in his backyard and took an interest in anything with two wheels. In high school he discovered... READ MORE
I'm a runner turned into a cyclist. Ever since I can remember I've always wanted to get into cycling. That dream is now a reality. While growing up and doing other endurance sports such as long track speed skating, (Running) XC, track and field - I'd watch... READ MORE
aka Breakawaymanny. I got into cycling because of my father who bought me a BMX, and from there on I got hooked and haven’t let go since. What inspired me to start racing was watching other people race and I was so into it. I started losing weight, riding... READ MORE
Zachary not only races bikes, but also helps cycling grow across Southern California. As a staff member at the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, he works hard to make the region a safer and more bike friendly place to ride. When he... READ MORE
Howdy! My name is Daniel Koleshchuk. I am a 17 year old San Fernando Valley based guy who is obsessed with bikes, even though I don’t ride much. In my life, I prioritize my school work, and strive to be on top of my game and be the best I can be in whatever I... READ MORE
Very reserved, strong silent type. Local artist and juvenile diabetes research supporter. Team logo designer and hashtag executer. Racer recruiter and all around bad ass...
Growing up in the ghetto streets... READ MORE
At age 45, I made a commitment to ride a 100 mile bike ride when I turn 50.
I was given some advice that I should train with Jonathan Tessler (JT), leader of Bicycle.net.
On my 50th birthday, I rode America's Most Beautiful Bike Ride Century... READ MORE
If it's one thing that Bnet has taught me is that riding a bike is more than just riding a bike. To have a second family who signs up for this mutual love for suffering with you is amazing. The climb was never as big as you thought, point b was closer than it seemed, and... READ MORE
I started off riding Midnight Ridazz rides and Wolfpack Hustle rides in 2006. In 2011 I won 1st female fixed at the Wolfpack Hustle Marathon Crash Race. I've been racing track for 6 years and cx for a year. Finally got a road bike and plan on racing road in the near future.
My name is Kevin Man. I am 26 years old, born and raised in Los Angeles California. I got into racing bikes unintentionally at first because I originally started riding due to party riding, which is basically when a bunch of people meet on bikes and ride around town... READ MORE
I bought my first road bike when I was living in Denver, CO in 2009 (I was in 11th grade) and, as a clueless cyclist, just enjoyed seeing the scenery and how far I can ride - adding mileage every week. Fast forward to the summer of 2012, I joined a coast-to-coast (Los Angeles to New... READ MORE
Growing up in a small town in Northern Germany I started riding my bike to school when I was 11 years old, rain or shine. I was the first one to wear a bike helmet in my town, they weren't the law yet. Some kids laughed at me, I thought they were cool. Soon, more and more kids... READ MORE
Always a fan of cycling, Matthew Kest used to ride a lot as a kid. His favorite rider is Greg LeMond. After living overseas and on the east coast, Matthew moved back to Los Angeles and was re-introduced to cycling in 2011 as a way to lose weight. He then started... READ MORE
CoolassMike Bowers is an alleycat racer, velodrome racer, Criterium racer, and a cycling advocate. CaM has a foundation titled 1000Bikes.org which donates bikes, locks, lights, and Bern helmets to entire Foster Families. CoolassMike is also the voice of Wolfpack Hustle and So Cal Cross Cyclocross series.
I started riding bikes when I was 7 years old, when I found a bike on the side of the road. I picked it up, brought it home and got it running again; the rest is history. I progressed through BMX well into my teens doing most of my riding in the San Fernando valley. READ MORE
I joined this club and the sport of cycling so that I can help others enjoy a healthy hobby and sports. As a young adult, I did not participate much in sports and regret that. This is a great group, and happy to be able help others enjoy it as well. Enjoy what you do and pay it forward always.
Growing up in a house where bikes are like pets, you can imagine the sport has rubbed off on me. From Cycle-Cross Racing to mountain bike racing, I’ve fallen, complained, and had victory. But the one thing that keeps me racing a bike is my family. My father (JT) races too and always knows how to push me to be my best. READ MORE