Woody Cox

My Gerard Experience

It has perfect ride characteristics. It’s agile, yet steady and goes exactly where you point it. the bottom line is that my Gerard is a real solid race bike.

Being a track racer, I really appreciate how powerful this bike feels, yet it’s very compliant for longer rides. And it’s is built to last, no matter how hard you ride it. Many of my riding buddies have super light racing bikes that are so fragile they’re afraid to lean the bike against a tree for fear that if it falls the frame will break. Not so with the Gerard. Every part of it is purposely designed and built for excellent ride quality and toughness. It’s a bike that will give you perfect ride quality for many years.

Taking a break while riding the island loop—Maui, Hawaii.

About Woody


Grosse Point, MI USA


Redmond, WA USA



Claims to Fame

19 times UCI World Masters TrackChampion
3 recordsHeld UCI World Masters records
4 timesBest All-Around Rider at UCI World Masters Championships
34 timesUSCF Masters Track Champion
5 recordsHeld USCF National records
5 timesBest All-Around Rider at USCF National Championships

Current Gerard Cycles Bike

Force 90

Off the Bike Obsession

Master woodturning

2006 World Masters Track Championships

Winning the gold medal in the Pursuit Race (55-59 year-old category).

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2006 World Masters Track Championships

Ready to make a move in the Points Race.

Quads of Steel

These quads won countless championships on the track and now on the mountain bike.

Off the Bike

It’s a real joy to turn a piece of downed tree into a beautiful and useful bowl.