The Chico Masters Cycling Team exists to promote rider development, the cycling lifestyle and community outreach. We believe the best way to achieve our goals is through a shared vision and purpose to define our team culture and by setting clear expectations of every team member. All members are expected to promote safety at all times, support rider development at all levels of cycling.
Despite differences in skill and fitness levels, and preferred types of riding that inevitably exist among our team members, we respect the talent, developmental stage and goals of each cyclist, and help all cyclists reach their full potential. We respect the rights, dignity and worth of every human being, and within the context of the activity, treat everyone equally regardless of ethnic origin, religion, and/or gender.
CMCT members are committed to enhancing team races, events and activities to the best of our collective ability, and offer our diversified skill sets to help make all CMCT events successful and enjoyable. All CMCT members are expected to practice good sportsmanship and conduct themselves in a professional manner at all cycling and non-cycling events.CMCT athletes are conscious of our roles as ambassadors to both the recreational cycling and non-cycling communities.
Janine Rood takes 3rd in the Tahoe Trail 100 and qualifies for Leadville!
Jonathan Baker takes Tour of the Gila Master A overall GC win!
Eli Hoover lands on the Sea Otter podium for a 3rd place finish in MTB Dual Slalom!
Jeff Galland takes 45+ 1/2/3 win at Turlock Criterium!