As a four times World Championships team member, and constant top step threat, Adam Snyder is no stranger to going fast on his bike. Born and raised in Massachusetts. Adam grew up alpine ski racing in the winter and Motocross racing in the summer with all the other team sports mixed in for good measure. In High school Adam attended Stratton Mountain School in Vermont with a focus on ski racing, competing all over the U.S and even in the X Games for Skier X. It was at SMS where he discovered mountain biking. From SMS Adam moved to Durango, CO to attend Fort Lewis college and to pursue a cycling career, racing for Team Devo during the summer and the college’s team in the fall. Since graduation Adam has focused all energy towards Mountain Bike racing, racing for teams such as 3D bicycles and most recently the Jamis Factory team.
Tom Sampson is a regular to the New England podium, as well as a competitor at World Cup competition. Hailing from Plymouth, New Hampshire, Tom grew up racing bikes in the summer, and alpine ski racing in the winter. Tom attended the University of Massachusetts at Amherst freshman year where he joined the bike team and won the Eastern Collegiate Cycling conference overall title. Sophomore year he transferred to Plymouth State University where he founded the Plymouth State Cycling Club. Through College he raced on the Division 1 alpine race team, but the focus began to shift towards his bike racing. In 2011 Tom just missed out on the World Championship team following a successful World Cup and National Championship races. Now graduated, Tom is ready and motivated to make waves at the highest levels of Enduro and XC racing.
Mikey is an up and coming force on the east coast. As a licensed pro, and first year U23 he is excited to be racing with the big guns this year. Last year he dabbled in the open catagory when he wasn’t crushing the U18ers. He also got his first taste of World Cup racing! He attends Fort Lewis College were he can ride with world champions, national champions, and lots of other fast people. He is also one of the most diverse riders out there, how many XC racers can do this!
This year Mikey is racing U23 world cups, U23 canada cups, U23 National Championships, and hoping to make podium appearances at Root66 and EFTA races in the pro category.