Team Elevate-KHS pro rider Jordan Cheyne reflects on his growth as a professional bicycle racer with the stage by stage hilights of racing the 2019 Tour of the Gila bicycle race, and helping his team capture the overall win.
Rider Interview: There are going to be a few missing names from the US pro scene in 2019 and Brad Huff is one of the biggest signatures not to be on the start lists next season. Ed Hood caught up with the fast-man from Missouri to hear about his career - The highs, the lows, how he got started and the future.
Our NeoPro Jordan Cheyne has a lot to talk about today as his Jelly Belly team took the overall win at the Tour of Gila with a top performance from Lachlan Morton. Jordan clearly enjoys being part of the winning team - he takes us through the experience.
Part two of Jordan Cheyne's 'Life in the Pro Peloton' sees him look back to his first time away from home to attend a training camp and the Tucson Bicycle Classic. Jordan made his return to Tucson six years later, again to ride the Tucson Bicycle Classic, this time with a lot more success.
What is it like to be a new, young, first year pro cyclist? Jordan Cheyne runs through his first professional race and his experiences with the Jelly Belly pro cycling team. "I had been looking forward to this moment for a long time, whether I admitted it or not." Take it away Jordan.