Date of Birth : 11/02/2003
Height : 184cm
Weight : 67kg
Hometown: Arlington, VA
Education: Bishop O'Connell Highschool
3rd Troffee Van Vlaanderen UCI 2.1 2020
16th South Agean Tour UCI 2.2 Stage 2 2022
6th Tour of the Gila UCI 2.2 Stage 4 2022
13th Tour of the Gila UCI 2.2 Stage 5 2022
1st Valley of the Sun Criterium 2020
National Capital Velo Club
Kelly Benefits Cycling
2023 is my ________ season on Aevolo:
Earliest memory of riding a bicycle:
I first started riding bikes at the age of three, when I was gifted a strider for my birthday. From there I would go to enter my first bike race at the age of 8, in cyclocross.
My first proper bike race was a Cyclocross race by the name of Tachinno Cross
Favorite race in the USA:
Tour of the Gila
Favorite race in the world:
Favorite training route:
Costa Brava loop from Girona, Spain
Best piece of Aevolo team equipment or apparel ? Tell us why.
The Cannondale Super Six Evo has been my favorite bike I've ridden in my career. Its dynamic and robust construction not only makes it feel fast on the flats and rolling terrain but also light and rigid on any sustained climbs. Its' versatility means that I don't have to worry about bike choice when lining up for a race, because it will always match the challenge.
What is the biggest lesson you have had in cycling that you would share with an up and coming rider?
There's a time and place in cycling when you need to be serious, focused, and perform. Outside of this; however, it's always good to check on yourself. Go for a ride without your bike computer and just enjoy the feeling of freedom and take in the blessings and opportunities the sport has given to us. Keep it real but keep it FUN!
I want to be on Aevolo because:
Aevolo provides U-23 Riders with the opportunity to not only be thrown into the deep end of UCI and U-23 level racing but also a place to grow comfortably within the sport of cycling. I think Aevolo shines in the space of pro-development because it doesn't market itself as a cut-throat World Tour development team. There are no stars that have already committed to the WT at the age of 18 and the expectation from our directors is that we do our best, learn from every experience, and come back 1% better. Eventually that 1% compounding every race can lead to a professional career.
One of my goals I hope to achieve in cycling during my time on Aevolo is:
One of my goals while on Aevolo is to win or podium in a UCI Race.
Something I find important outside of cycling is:
Something I really enjoy outside of cycling is creating various media and content through storytelling and teaching various subjects. Understanding how to grab someone's attention and represent yourself in an authentic light is a skill that I strive to improve.