Brad Huff

Height

5' 10"

Weight

Husky

Birthdate

02.05.79

Pro since

2006

Strengths

Sprinter

Hometown

Fair grove, MO

Residence

Cortez, CO

Everyday is a test in how much you can handle. Not one moment stands out. My hardest day will be when I have to hang up my wheels, but I'm pretty tough, so I doubt that will happen.

Brad Huff’s career on a bicycle started as a child at Spokes BMX track in Springfield, Missouri. After his first ride down the large start ramp and rolling through the first turn he was hooked for life. After getting “humbled” in high school track and field meets, Huff bought a mountain bike and started commuting to school to build his endurance. Although his running times got a little better, it was the on the bike that Huff excelled. The 2017 season is Huff’s 11th year as professional and he remains one of the fastest sprinters in the domestic peloton.

What inspired you to ride?

I am inspired by the possibility of improving and getting more out of myself. Plus, I get to eat more because of it!

Racing obstacle you overcame?

I had to realize that I was not going to be perfect in every race. Understanding that it's ok to come up a little short, as long as it was my best effort possible.

Favorite cheat meal?

I don't cheat!

Favorite healthy meal or snack?

Dark Chocolate.

Tip for staying healthy?

Nothing happens in one day, but each day will determine your overall health. Stay focused and believe in yourself.

What motivates you to ride?

Myself! I cannot look for someone or something else to motivate me. If it doesn't come from within, then an athlete will never make it past their front door.

Results

USA Cycling National Championship Criterium

1st

Tour of Hainan: Stage 3

1st

Pan Am Track Championship: Overall

1st

USPRO Criterium Championships

2nd

Tour of Elk Grove: Stage 2

2nd

GP Liberty Seguros: Stage 1

3rd

Tour of Elk Grove: Stage 2

3rd

Tour of Elk Grove: Stage 2

3rd

UCI Track World Championships: Overall

3rd

Tour of Hainan: Stage 5

5th

Tour of Elk Grove: Overall

5th

Tour of Elk Grove: Overall

6th

Tour of Alberta

6th

Stories with Brad

Race Report
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Race Report
White sprints to third, Poidevin wins BYR in Women’s ATOC finale
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