Noah Holcomb

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Noah Holcomb
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Personal information
Born (1983-07-09) July 9, 1983 (age 33)
 United States
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 59.5 kg (131 lb)
Team information
Current team Cannondale Factory Racing - UCI
Discipline Mountain Biking (XCO)
Role Racer
Rider type Off Road
Amateur team(s)
1995 Living-X
1996-1997 CBRC/Cannondale
1998-2004 SoBe/Cannondale
Professional team(s)
2005 Cannondale Factory Team
2006-2007 Bear Naked/Cannondale
2008 SoBe/Cannondale
2009 Cannondale Factory Racing
2010 Cannondale Factory Racing
Major wins
U23 State Champion (XC,CX),Junior Olympic XC Champion,
Singlespeed State Champion, Semi-Pro State Champion,
State Singlespeed Cyclocross Champion

Noah Holcomb (born July 9, 1983 in Sioux City, Iowa, US) is an American mountain biker. Holcomb is a 2008 and 2009 California State Champion in the discipline of Cyclocross.[1][2] He currently rides for the professional mountain bike team Cannondale Factory Racing, and lives and trains in Laguna Beach, California, US.

Results and rankings[edit]

2007
Fontana NMBS - 59th, Pro XC
Fontana NMBS - 59th, Pro XC
California State Cyclocross Series - 1st, Pro SS
California Urban Cyclocross Series - 1st, Pro SS
2008
Rim Nordic #3/So Cal State Event #6 - 3rd, Pro SS/XC
Santa Ynez Valley National-NMBS #3 - 2nd, Pro SS/XC
Santa Ynez Valley National-NMBS #3 - 7th, Pro Super-D
Santa Ynez Valley National-NMBS #3 - 30th, Pro STXC
Fontana National Presented by MAXXIS NMBS#1 - 71st, Pro STXC
California Prestige Series of Cyclocross - 1st, 1/2/3 SS
California State Cyclocross Championships - 1st, 1/2/3 SS
2009
California State Cyclocross Championships - 1st, 1/2/3 SS
California Prestige Series of Cyclocross - 1st, 1/2/3 SS
Urban Cyclocross Series - 1st overall, 1/2/3 SS
AMBC Idyllwild Challenge - 19th, Pro XC
US Cup #5 - Santa Ynez - 21st, Pro XC
US PROXCT - Sea Otter Classic - 96TH, PRO XC
US PROXCT - Sea Otter Classic - 71ST, PRO XC
US Cup #3 - Sage Brush Safari - 31st, PRO XC
US Cup #2 - Fontana City National - 88th, PRO XC
US Cup #1 - Bonelli Park - 30th, Pro XC

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cylcross Magazine". Retrieved 2009-05-21. 
  2. ^ "Outside All Day". Retrieved 2010-01-18.