2018: A Year in Review

Year In Review Once again, the LUX Cycling Program has demonstrated that our team is a force to be reckoned with on the global stage. Throughout the year, we introduced many gifted riders (both young men and women) and an exceptional support staff to the LUX family. We have made considerable growth as a team … Continued


Olympic cyclist Knickman battles blaze in his hometown

Article originally from VeloNews. When Roy Knickman arrived in his hometown of Ventura, California last week, he saw his old high school and neighborhood surrounded by flames. It was 1 a.m. when Knickman arrived with his fire crew, and everywhere Knickman looked, the landmarks of his youth were threatened by the Thomas Fire, now considered … Continued


2018 Team Announcement

We are proud to announce the 2018 LUX / Sideshow Cycling Team. Our rider roster has all of our 17 year old riders returning with the addition of a 15-16 year old group of riders, as well as more 17 and 18 year olds. The team is very strong and is built to work towards … Continued


Why Brandon McNulty chose to race in the U.S., not Europe

Article originally from VeloNews. After Brandon McNulty won the junior world time trial championships this past September in Qatar, Europe came calling. Major WorldTour teams reached out to him, offering cash contracts and one-way entry to the sport’s pinnacle. Large U.S.-based development teams reached out, too, offering racing opportunities in Belgium, France, and Spain. McNulty, … Continued