We are excited to announce that Tinker Juarez will be joining us at the "Bicycling 24-Hour by Omni-Motion" this year.
Some "old school" folk may remember Tinker (David) Juarez from the BMX days when he was the first "King of the Skateparks" in 1980, leading the Freestyle world against riders like Bob Haro and Eddie Fiola.
In 1986, Tinker made the switch from BMX to mountain biking. Since that time, Tinker has become a 3-time National Off-Road Bicycle Association (NORBA) cross-country (XC) champion and 4-time national champion in the 24-hour solo category. In 1996, he became one of the first to see the introduction of mountain biking as an Olympic sport and represent the United States. Tinker again represented the United States at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Tinker will be doing a number of special appearances and talks
Watch this space