Robby Webster

My Gerard Experience

From cobbles to steep climbs to 60 mph descents, I fully trust that this bike will perform. And it always does.

My first race on a Gerard was the 2017 Duathlon World championships and I’ve trained and raced on one ever since. All the training, racing, and traveling I do can take a big toll on a bike, but in the two years I rode my Gerard Force 90, I never had an issue with the bike. I simply can’t say that about other bikes I’ve had and I’ve had quite a few. Now I ride the latest Gerard Force 100 and have nothing but great things to say about it. It’s fast on all surfaces and gets a lot of compliments. Every Gerard Cycles bike is built the right way, with quality parts and no cut corners. I think that’s what I like best about them.

Somewhere in the mountains, training with my new Force 100.

About Robby


Puyallup, WA USA


Puyallup, WA USA



Claims to Fame

2019Champion—Herbalife24 Triathlon Los Angeles, USA
20125th all-time—5,000 meters (13:55), University of Washington, USA
2018Silver—Montreal ITU Cup, Canada

Pro Team(s)

  • 2014-present: U.S. National Team—Triathlon

Current Gerard Cycles Bike

Force 100

Off the Bike Obsession

Anything with the word “adventure” in it

My Links

2018 Salinas ITU Triathlon World Cup

Fighting for every inch and every second. (Photo: Gabriel Cardenas)

2019 Herbalife24 L.A.

On the podium with a 1st-place finish.

2018 Salinas ITU Triathlon World Cup

The “run” has to be easier! (Photo: Gabriel Cardenas)

Off the Bike

I love a challenge and of course, being outdoors.