At Niterider, we sponsor many of the top cycling athletes. They rely on NiteRider Lighting Systems to light the way forward and keep them safe, 24/7.
Tinker Juarez is our longest standing sponsored rider – running our products throughout his career. We are proud to sponsor this cycling icon. Tinker has been one of the most recognizable figures, winning countless races as well as being an inductee in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame and the BMX Hall of Fame. He is a Solo 24 Hour World Champion, a 3-time U.S. National Champion, Pan Am Games Gold Medalist and a 2-time Olympian.
Once an All-American collegiate swimmer, Jari moved on to become a professional triathlete and now is the dominant force in adventure racing and the 24 Hour solo endurance arena.
Jari was the 2010 National Champion after winning the 24 Hours of Moab for the fourth time.
All riders are proudly sponsored by NiteRider
Notable Accomplishment – Set the course record at the 2011 24 Hours of Moab
Josh Tostado’s purpose in life is to have fun. However, his fun is a little different than most. Josh’s fun is pushing himself to the limit – 24 hours at a time. The rewards of his pursuit of happiness include being the 3-time Solo Champion of the famed 24 Hours of Moab and 5-time winner of the Breckenridge 100.
Brett Tippie is one of Canada’s premier dual sport athletes, and has been both a professional mountain biker and snowboarder for well over a decade.
Brett is an inductee in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame and carved out a career as one of the founding Godfathers of the freeride mountain bike movement, one of the first ever signed freeriders, and part of the world famous trio, “The Fro Riders”.
You will also find him announcing and hosting his own online webisodes of interviews at premier events such as the World Championships, and Crankworx.
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Tough Girls Cycling team owns the Rocky Mountain Region in several disciplines of cycling.
They are a bunch of 20 top female mountain and road cyclists who are dedicated to achieving outstanding results.
Inducted into the MTB Hall of Fame as the “Froriders” in 2010 along with then teammates Brett Tippie and Richie Schley, Wade put the legendary “North Shore” trails on the map.
Through the height of the MTB movie explosion in the mid- 1990’s, it was hard to watch a movie without a Wade Simmons segment.