Hot Tubes has graduated over 20 Cyclists into the professional cycling ranks. “The next great American racer isn’t going to fall out of the sky. They will be a product of a system designed to produce them.”
Now, we routinely race in Europe and abroad, building on our experiences and adding to our knowledge base so that we can continue to grow and develop the best athletes in the world.
Hot Tubes Cycling began in 1992. Hot Tubes is the most successful Junior specific road racing team in American road racing history. We began with two juniors and won our first National Road Championship with Jonathan Page in 1992. Jonathan rode a flawless race in the 2006 World Cyclocross Championships to claim the Silver medal.
Our first International victory came in 1997 with Will Frischkorn winning the 7 day Tour de Abitibi in Canada.
Since 1992, Hot Tubes cyclists have earned 90 National Championships on the Road, Track, and in Cyclo-Cross. We have earned two World Championships; the Junior Time Trial Championships with Peter Mazur in 2000 and the Junior Women’s Points Race on the track with Larssyn Staley in 2003.