My Gerard Experience
If my Gerard Force 90 was a car, it would be a cross between a Mercedes Benz and a Ferrari because it’s both an easy-riding bike and a serious race machine.
Of course, as pro racers we ride the bikes we’re given. And they’re all great bikes. But for me, the Force 90 is the perfect road bike because it combines marvelous performance characteristics with real comfort, like no other bike I’ve ridden. Like a classic Italian racing bike, it glides along the road, but when it’s time to put the hammer down, it has the stiffness and speed to win at the line. It’s great for a 3k-cruise to the shops and is the perfect race-day bike for a hard 200k in the mountains. Of course, it looks stunning too, which doesn’t hurt at all.
Fall City, WA USA
Durango, CO USA
Claims to Fame
|2018||1st place—Tour de Los Alamos, USA|
|2018||2nd place—Best Young Rider, Tour of Taihu Lake, China|
|2017||2nd place—U.S. National Collegiate Road Race Championships|
|2018||3rd place—Stage 2, Tour of the Gila, USA|
- 2020-present: Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling Team
- 2019: EvoPro Racing Team
- 2018: Jelly Belly Cycling Team p/b Maxxis
Current Gerard Cycles Bike
Off the Bike Obsession
2021 Tour of Rwanda
Leading the peloton up steep cobbles. (Photo: Veloimages)
2021 Tour of Turkey
Dueling with the great sprinter, Andre Greipel for the mountaintop finish. (Photo: Veloimages)
Off the Bike
Telemark skiing in Colorado, USA.