Voler Factory Pro Cycling Team

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Voler Factory Pro Cycling Team

Voler Factory Pro Cycling team is a team of dedicated cyclists brought together to pursue racing, epic rides, cycling advocacy, friendship, and teamwork. Many come from diverse athletic backgrounds, but one thing they have in common is aspring for greatness in all endeavors. Whether it be in community, in sport, the workplace, or a bad joke; they strive to take everything to the next level. Their focus is the growth and success of their USA Cycling registered Domestic Elite road racing team consisting of 16 fully supported Pro/1 racers. The team competes at some of the biggest races in the US against national and international competition, in addition to maintaining a strong presence at the regional NorCal level.

LEA DAVISON

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LEA DAVISON

Lea Davison is a 2x Olympian from Jericho, Vermont.  She is a graduate of Middlebury College where she competed as a downhill ski racer.She began mountain bike racing in 2001.  Her career highlights include: Silver medal at the 2016 World Championships, Bronze medal at the 2014 World Championships, and 3rd overall in the 2015 World Cup series. Her passion is getting the next generation of females riding mountain bikes which is why she co-founded Little Bellas, a mentoring on mountain bikes program for girls. She continues her work with the Little Bellas through the Pro Ambassador Program.
Lea will be heading into the Tokyo Olympics riding the Praxis Carbon C32 wheels and LYFT cranks.

INSTAFUND LA PRIMA

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INSTAFUND LA PRIMA

CANADA | InstaFund La Prima Racing is a Canadian based Women’s UCI Continental Team with a goal of developing the next generation of elite female cyclists. The team provides a learning environment so that all riders can reach their potential as individuals and team

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YURI HAUSWALD

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YURI HAUSWALD

GU brand ambassador, cancer-fighter and pro gravel-racing warrior Yuri Hauswald learned to love the outdoors growing up on a farm in Petaluma, California. He discovered the joys of mountain biking after a successful athletic career at UC Berkeley where he played lacrosse and earned a degree in English Literature. Entering the workforce, he spent 11 years as an elementary school teacher and then taught English at a prep school in Pennsylvania before deciding to turn pro cyclist at age 36. Now with wins in the 24-Hour 4-Man Team Nationals, the Solo 24-Hours of Adrenaline and the Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race, Yuri is having the time of his life on two wheels. When he's not pedaling, he's helping GU achieve world energy fuel domination, raising awareness about and fighting cancer and writing and blogging to share the love.

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EAMON LUCAS

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EAMON LUCAS

From California kid to kermesse king Eamon Lucas will never win the Tour de France. But the boisterous Californian has succeeded where other Americans have failed in Belgium's kermesse scene.  As a local to the Monterey Bay (Praxis Home) Eamon will be battling elbows out in Europe again this year to rack up more big finishes.

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