Team Owners

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Dan Snedecor

Dan's interests through the years are as varied as Zoolander's signature looks. From XC, to road, to ultra-endurance MTB, back to road, and CX, Blue Steel has done it all. A core member of our leadership, Dan's balanced take to riding, racing, and life is much appreciated.

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Jimm McElroy

When not pedalling around northern Italy or waxing lyrical on Campy, Jimm is either hitting the road, trails, or gravel. He will be keeping primary focus on the off-road season again, with the payoff being social post-race seasonal beers; bonus if accompanied by offal or pasta fatto in casa.

Team Admins

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Joe Alachoyan

Hardened from the Massachusetts winters, Joe cut his teeth racing CX against the likes Powers and a diapered Hyde, and doing dumb stuff like riding his street motorcycle throughout New England winters. Obviously coaxing death to his door, Joe revels in the 'muddier the better' mantra while steadfastly sticking to archaic cantilever brakes.

Ryan McClenny

Like many of us, Ryan received that "golden ticket" to move to the Asheville cycling mecca in the form of a job offer. His good fortune ended there as the rouleur flatlands of Charleston did not extend to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Forever doomed to gravitational vertical challenge, Ryan makes up for it with endless positive attitude and a physique suited to the banks of the Mellowdrome.

Team Members

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Marc Chandler

Coming Soon!

Matt Crawford

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JD Daubs

"King of the Half-Wheel" enjoys "easy rides," preferably on other's easy days. A multi-time enrolee, yet to graduate, in Reid Rhodes's School of Group Ride Etiquette, JD is not afraid to put his head down and drive the pace. That mentality and characteristics have boded well for his gravel racing campaigns, netting podiums in all of his races for 2016, and surely 2017.

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Stephen Duncan

Another cornerstone of the VeloSports Racing foundation, Stephen is also a long-time sponsor as an honest and extremely hard working realtor. Stephen maintains a healthy racing schedule every year despite his responsibilities. His greatest win to date is defeating cancer after a long and extremely demanding fight in 2016. 

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John Haddock

Coming Soon!

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Cary Hitchcock

We brought Cary onboard hoping to expand VSR into the world of bike packing and lumberjacking. While we have let him down - clinging to road, MTB, and CX racing - Cary has done his part growing out his beard even longer and refusing to bring a sharp razor close to his legs fit for hair braiding. He also bakes a mean cookie, scone, and biscuit at West End Bakery.

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Andy Kimble


Last Seen: 2016 ROF Awards Party

Last known location: Knoxville, TN

If found, return atop his bike.

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Billy McCracken

Coming soon!

Todd Mosley

Once the third member of the Mississippi Mob, he's now the lone surviver. Unique to Todd is his frame building prowess - riding all his own frames. Also unique to Todd is his dedication and ability to stoke a fire at MTB team camp. *See MosleyFrameworks for beautiful slowmo fire shots on Instagram.

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Josh Payne

Not too many years ago, Josh was the young kid on the circle track. Fresh out of NC State he and his then fiancé cut a youthful figure at the Ring of Fire. Now after a marriage and a kid, he's finally ready to join the old boys. Let's hope he brings his mad excel spreadsheet skills to the table!

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Roger Payne

With his friendliness and appreciation, he could give Steve Sherman a run for the nice-guy money. We tried to get Roger to join a few years ago and he graciously declined at the time. Suffice to say, we couldn't be happier to now bring on a man of his character, and his son, into the VeloSports Racing fold.

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Adam Penny

Adam was lost for a long time. Wondering away from the flock, thankfully he found is way back to the VSR fold. However the poor guy is still often lost - by most of our measure. He can likely be found (probably only by Tony) wondering the backwoods of Pisgah National Forest, that he knows like the back of his hand.

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Steve Sherman

A nicer guy you may not find. His chill demeanor the stuff of surfers. But keep this doctor away from a scalpel. He may leave you in a nauseous ball.


P.S. Love you Steve - Jimm 

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Tony Zaffino

Tony is the hardest and softest among us. Half the year he may be laid-up with a bad back or a hard road ride may have him sore for days. Like a Phoenix, come PMBAR, Pisgah 111/55k, Monster Cross, or Double Dare and he's healed. 40sF and rain in the Pisgah Forest - the stuff of Tony's play. Well seasoned and experienced, he brings to their ruin anyone none-the-wiser to be his partner in his preferred Type 2 Fun.