Meet Graham Foster

September 6, 2021

This episode, we talk to Graham Foster, sales manager of Trek. Despite being from Greenville, South Carolina, he was not racing bikes as a youngster. Graham was a runner who found bike racing in college. Despite this, we learn about his rise from a category racer to being a domestic pro. Graham shares his experience going through the ranks and has some advice for those looking to start racing. We learn about Graham’s memorable experience in the ATHENS TWILIGHT CRITERIUM.

Graham also gives us an insider’s prospective on the current state of the cycling industry. We talk about the supply chain issues, increased demand, and the future of cycling.

We also find out if his dream bike is a Trek or something else.

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