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Logan grew up in and currently resides in Bremerton, WA. He grew up racing BMX, and then moved on to cyclocross. His Twitter profile says he has “an awesome girlfriend”. She races bikes as well. He was 8th at the Espoirs Paris-Roubaix and he loves fish tacos from Anthony’s in Seattle.

Fun Facts with Logan

Age:

20.

Favorite Food:

Pizza.

Favorite Color:

Red.

Favorite Band/Song:

I Like Tuh Remix” by Carnage feat. Lil’ Wayne and G-Eazy.

Favorite Movie/Video Game:

FIFA 2015.

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

Pharmacist. (Klaus Note: The average American pharmacist earns $116,500 per year.)

What do you do when you're bored?

Look up new music and mixtapes.

Family:

An eighteen year old brother.

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

 I’d buy a sick Audi. (Klaus Note: The four rings used by Audi as its emblem came about when four previously independent companies came together: Audi, DKW, Horch, and Wanderer.)

Guilty Pleasure:

Oreos dipped in milk.

Sign:

Aries.

Prized Possession:

My espresso machine.

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

Flight.

Celebrity Crush:

Chloé Dygert.

Worst Fear:

Spiders and snakes.

Bad Habit:

I forget to do the dishes sometimes.

Favorite Quote:

“Negative Ghost Rider, the pattern is full.”

Ticklish:

Yes.

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

Peanut butter and banana with chocolate milk.

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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