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Greg was born in Sylva, NC, a town of 2,500. The town was named after a Danish handyman. The Fugitive and parts of Deliverance were filmed there. Before he focused strictly on road racing he divided his time between cycling, running, and swimming–he was once a triathlete.

Fun Facts with Greg

Age:

20.

Favorite Food:

Pizza.

Favorite Color:

Blue.

Favorite Band/Song:

Keys N Krates.

Pre-Race Rituals/Superstition:

I read a chapter of the Bible before every race.

If you weren't a cyclist, what would you be?

I'd go into mechanical engineering.

What do you do when you're bored?

Photography, hiking, playing with my dogs.

Let's say you sign a Pro Tour contract. What's your first financial splurge?

I'd buy a house. And fill it with food.

Guilty Pleasure:

Dark chocolate.

Prized Possession:

My cross necklace.

If you were a superhero, what would your power be?

Flight.

What's most surprising about you?

I'm almost blind in my right eye.

Celebrity Crush:

Megan Fox. (Klaus Note: Megan Fox has clubbed thumbs.)

Worst Fear:

Failure.

Bad Habit:

Not pumping up my tires before a ride.

Favorite Quote:

Philippians 4:13: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Ticklish:

Very.

What's your favorite smoothie!!!???

Peanut butter and chocolate.

Weirdest Dream:

Being chased by a giant lobster on the beach.

Hidden Talent:

I can juggle.

Throughout the 2015 USA Pro Challenge, Manual for Speed will be following the Axeon Cycling junior development team because we think cycling development is critically important and woefully under appreciated, especially in the United States. In order to help you familiarize yourself with these young bucks, we spent some time with the guys before the race asking questions and taking photos in their finely appointed Steamboat Springs condos.

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