The Hincapie ambassador program is made up of Hincapie fans that eat, sleep and breathe cycling. As active members of their local cycling communities, they help champion the Hincapie brand within their circles, connect local teams and clubs to Hincapie custom apparel reps, post original social media images and videos, assist with product testing and feedback, and lead rides either locally or as a part of our weekly Hincapie Power Hour on Zwift. Applications open in October each year.

Lauren Crisp

Knoxville, TN

Mark Schiefer

Venice, FL

Matt Keiper

Virginia Beach, VA

Doug Kugley

Wesley Chapel, FL

Katie Moring

Ithaca, NY

Sarah Farber

Virginia Beach, VA

Steve Duncan

Indianapolis, IN

Russell Thompson

Taylors, SC

Fleet Belknap

Simpsonville, SC

Drew Blair

Fishers, IN

Neil Ashton

Advance, NC

Brandon Andrews

Breckenridge, CO

Stacey Brickson

Middleton, WI

Erin Edminister

Bentonville, AR

Chamal Mediwaka

Columbia, SC

Joel Peacock

Marietta, GA

Zach Robbins

Fort Worth, TX

Michael Ventuolo-Mantovani

Chapel Hill, NC

Dustin Bessette

Portland, OR

Stephen Caldwell

Knoxville, TN

Sammy Clary

Easley, SC

Rich Cohen

Madison, CT

Clifford Corley

Chapin, SC

Thrudur Gunnarsdottir

Highlands Ranch, CO

Joey Heard

Lawrenceville, GA

Jeff Lofgren

Apison, TN

Fede Lopez

Boca del Rio, Veracruz, Mexico

Jill Martinek

Alto, MI

Nick Mossing

Holland, OH

Bobby Parker

Fairfax Station, VA

Tim Thome

Simpsonville, SC

Ric Wolf

New York, NY

Stories from the Saddle

Yep, it’s cold. But you can still ride.

Whether you are a roadie out for a winter solstice ride, shredding a snow-covered single track, or gravel-grinding through the back-40 on a brisk day, you need to have the right winter cycling clothing so your core stays warm and your backside dry.

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Looking Back

Looking Back

Have you ever found yourself in a race, a solo ride, or grinding up a mountain with a group of friends and wondering, “How did I get here?” The sport of cycling can be intimidating to get into to say the least.

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