Legacy Team Members

In Memory of Coach Jackie Crowell

Jackie Crowell

Jackie began riding bikes at an early age, and did her first junior Nationals in 2002 at the age of 14. She won five junior national road titles while focusing on swimming as her primary sport. She began coaching in 2008, turned professional in 2009, and raced professionally for five years before being diagnosed with cancer in October of 2013. Jackie has raced extensively in Europe, competing on the US National Team in the Spring Classics in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Other notable races she has competed in are Fleche Wallonne, La Route de France, and the Ladies Tour of Qatar. Shortly before her diagnosis, she made the long team for the 2016 Rio Olympics in the Women's Team Pursuit event. Jackie has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida.

 

Coach Jackie passed away in April of 2018, 

Ian Garrison

Former founding team member - moved on to Pro Cycling in 2016

In 2016 Ian found opportunities in Pro development teams,  and has since moved on to race in Europe and represented the USA in the U23 World championships. All the Best Ian.!!

Dylan Cantrell

Legacy member and racer

Dylan raced with Mission Devo Cycling during the 2016 season, He participated in Junior nationals and multiple Track and Road events around the southeast, he was a member of team 706.  He is now a collegiate racer at Piedmont College. 

Michael Garrison

Founding Member - Moved on to Pro Devo Team 2017

All-star performer Michael moved on in 2017 to team Hincapie. All the best Michael!

Jorge H.

Dedicated Racer and great guy!

Jorge spent 4 years with Mission Devo, racing both Track and Road. He was one of the most dedicated track racers, moving from Juniors sessions quickly to the highest level of Track racing at the Dick Lane Velodrome. Jorge moved on to college in Fall of 2018, he currently races for GSU. 

Henrik Klessman

Nickname "The German Diesel" - Moved back to Germany August of 2017

Henrik started biking on the long and lonely country roads of Sweden. After watching his first Tour de France he couldn’t stop biking anymore and got more interested in tactics and history of the sport. He loves Cyclocross races and long distance rides. 

When he’ s not riding, he composes and produces dance music on the computer or goes to Chick fil a. 

Isabelle Poore

Off to college in August of 2017

Isabelle has always loved riding a bike and started on a ten dollar used purple bike purchased in a parking lot. Her interest in biking has grown throughout the years. She started riding at the Dick Lane Velodrome, and then began road racing. In her free time she volunteers at SOPO, a local bike coop,  and is very involved in the local bike community. She is an ABC member and regularly attends Atlanta Streets Alive. The lack of young women in bike racing encourages her to be her best.

Max Schwalbach

Off to college August 2017

Max was bound to become interested in cycling, as he grew up surrounded by bikes and cyclists.  His father has raced at the Dick Lane Velodrome (DLV) and as a young kid, Max was often in the stands cheering him on, as well as volunteering at the events.  Max began riding more and more and started to participate in a few organized rides.  It was after one of these rides that he was encouraged to join the Mission Source Jr. Team.  He now races both on the road and at the track.  Max continues to volunteer at the DLV and is part of the Atlanta cycling community.

Fun Fact: Max watched the pivotal stage 5 of the 2014 Tour de France in the rain wearing a Santa hat.

Adam

Aged out and off to College 2019!

Adam you will be missed!

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