Ryan Miller

My Gerard Experience

The Gerard Force 100 is absolutely superior to any bike I ever raced on as a pro. It’s a precision tool that you can really depend on.

I’ve been riding on carbon fiber frames since the 1990s and have raced on some really great bikes. So, I have a real feel for meaningful improvements in frame quality. The EPS molding technology Gerard Cycles uses is really the finest carbon manufacturing available. It ensures that the frame is both light and strong, which is especially critical in racing. When I stand on the pedals, the bike responds immediately. And it tracks well and corners fast, so I don’t have to compensate for anything. It’s absolutely the best bike I’ve ever pedaled.

Back in the Pacific Northwest with my Gerard Force 100.

About Ryan


Kirkland, WA USA


San Francisco, CA USA



Claims to Fame

3 timesU.S. National Elite Track Champion—Team Pursuit
1999Champion—U.S. National U-23 Individual Time Trial Championships
4 timesU.S. National Junior Road Champion—ITT; Criterium; Road Race
9 timesU.S. National Junior Track Champion—Sprint; 500m TT; 2,000m TT; 5k Mass Start; Points Race

Pro Team(s)

  • 2007: Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team
  • 2001-2003: Prime Alliance Cycling Team
  • 2000: Nutra-Fig Cycling Team

Current Gerard Cycles Bike

Force 100

Off the Bike Obsession

Composing, playing, and recording music

My Links

Ryan Music

1998 U.S. National Junior Criterium Championships

Finishing far ahead of the pack for the win.

1998 U.S. National Junior Criterium Championships

On the podium celebrating the win.

1998 World Junior Road Championships

Coming in sixth (just to the right of the orange helmet) in the sprint finish. Future Tour de France multi-stage winner, Fabian Cancellara came in 20th.

Off the Bike

My latest album: San Francisco Postcard Blues. Give it a listen.

Listen on Spotify