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Adam Myerson

President & Head Coach

Adam Myerson is an ex-professional cyclist and coach who specializes in criteriums and cyclocross. Current master and former collegiate national cyclocross champion, he began racing as a junior in 1987, and was a professional for 13 years. He raced his final season for the Astellas Professional Cycling Team in 2015...

Alec Donahue

Senior Coach

Alec first entered the endurance training world through high school cross-country. As an undergrad at Bates College he majored in Biology, interned in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine, and continued his athletic career with cross-country and middle-distance track. Halfway through college cycling took over as his primary sport....

Jacob Fetty

Senior Coach

Jacob grew up in West Virginia, mountain biking in the rural foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, and began racing at age 13. He quickly advanced through the junior and amateur ranks signing his first professional road contract with Zaxby’s Cycling Team at the age of 22. Jacob spent his Neo-Pro year traveling the country, and competing in the NRC....

 

Jordan Dubé

Nutrition Coach

Jordan first became introduced to cycling after graduating from UConn with a BS in Biology in 2009. She's been hooked since then, beginning with road racing in 2011, then the addition of cyclocross and most recently mountain bike racing to her calendar. Her interest in both science and sport lead her to pursue her MS in Sports Nutrition through Northeastern University, a program which she completed in the Fall of 2013.

Shawn Adams

Associate Coach

Shawn Adams came to Cycle-Smart as a former Head Coach and part owner of FS Concepts. His began his athletic career playing basketball, and eventually discovered he enjoyed coaching as much as playing. At the University of Akron he was a student assistant for the men’s basketball team, and then continued his coaching at Slippery Rock University as a graduate assistant coach for the men’s basketball team. During his time there he also directed their strength and condition program.

Dylan Postier

Associate Coach

Dylan Postier is a category 1 cyclocross and road racer from Stillwater, Oklahoma. He graduated from Northern Oklahoma College with a degree in Business Administration and Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor's in Business Marketing/Management.

 

Nick Lemke

Associate Coach

Nick recently moved from New Mexico to Minnesota after growing up in Wisconsin. Mountain bike racing at the Wisconsin Off Road Series (WORS) was Nick's first love as a teenager, later racing road in the Midwest Collegiate Series and on the roads of the Gila in NM. Finally, at age 27, Nick found cyclocross and has been a student of the sport ever since, racing at the UCI level and Elite Nationals for the past 5 seasons. Nick also holds a pro license on the Mountain Bike. Nick has worked in soils analysis, homelessness, high school counseling, and psychiatric research, holding an MS from the University of Wisconsin in Counseling Psychology.

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Michael
van den Ham

Associate Coach

Michael has ridden bikes for as long as he can remember. Growing up he saved up and bought his first real bike (well, half of it) when he was 11. A couple years and a lot of lawn mowing later he bought another. And then another. He printed out sheets from the Park Tools website and learned how to fix them. At 16 he started working in a bike shop. At 17 he entered and won his first race. He's loved racing bicycles ever since.

Jordan Villella

Associate Coach

Jordan Villella comes from the steep streets of Pittsburgh PA. His love of athletics and sport started as a four-year-old hockey player from Aliquippa PA. A love of training and pushing his limits landed him on the Amateur Penguins and elite amateur teams in New York state. Jordan spent most of his teenage years traveling North America playing hockey and learning how to train and play like a professional. In college, Jordan traded his skates for two wheeIs. His love of racing started as a bike messenger racing alley-cat after alley-cat.