2017 Class Position
8/12 Windham ProXCT HC 10th
8/6 UCI World Cup MSA CDM 26th
7/30 Boston Rebellion STXC ST 7th
7/29 Boston Rebellion HC 8th
7/21 National Champs U23 CN 12th
6/24 Whistler Canada Cup C2 5th
6/18 Trek Store Canada Cup C2 9th
6/11 Missoula ProXCT STXC ST 6th
6/10 Missoula ProXCT XC C2 8th
5/27 UCI World Cup Albstadt CDM 61st
5/20 UCI World Cup Nove Mesto CDM 98th
5/14 Austria MTB Battle HC 18th
4/22 Sea Otter Classic HC 27th
4/9 US Cup Bonelli STXC ST 9th
4/8 US Cup Bonelli XC HC 24th
4/2 US Cup Fontana STXC ST 2nd
Jerry, the current U23 Top US Rider, is showing us what it takes to dig deep and get to the top level.......digging through pain is a top priority at this level.......check this pain threshold out!
Jerry has been using Strava since 2011 and has just about every training ride, race and even the occasional coffee shop spin uploaded and available to view. Want to see how his training has developed over the years, what racing in Europe looks like on "paper", or if he has a KOM near you, check out Jerry's Strava.
(KOM Hunting at Oak Mountain State Park)
During the races I noticed that racers are very aggressive compared to the US. They are not afraid to take their hands off the bars to give you a shove, push you with their bikes, or take some crazy line to get in front of you. This aggressive style of racing with little care of the other rider is different to me, but I soon learned that it is simply their way of racing.
A few years ago three friends set out across Haiti by bicycle and found a country that was welcoming and full of life. Today two of those friends run Domestique Coffee. Ayati, as it was called by the local people, means Land of Mountains. The rich soil and high altitude create a beautiful environment for growing coffee. And just like the Haitian people, the coffee has something magical about it that can’t be described by words. Passion is grown into this coffee. Revolution. Freedom. Domestique is dedicated to a fair wage supply line from production to distribution. We urge you, the consumer, to take an active role in knowing where your coffee comes from. Haiti was once known as the Jewel of the Caribbean and we believe it will hold that place in the World’s heart again.