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Men's Race Team

Anthony Carter

Cat 4/Team Captain

My name is Anthony, some friends call me Mr. Carter.  In the Spring of 2015, I participated in my first group ride with Getting It In Cyclists.  After the first ride with the club, I found my extended family of many like-minded cyclists that engaged my competitive spirit within myself.  Near the end of 2015, I entered and completed two criterium races.  I've been addicted to speed ever since!  I'm driven by my passion to be better and have those around my presence elevate themselves too!  You may often hear me say a few very meaningful phrases such as "You are responsible for your fitness", "I'm just here to movtivate", "Stay motivated", and "You against yourself".

Irvin Green

Cat 4

Hello my name is Irvin Green and I started cycling at a young age and never stopped. I started riding with GII in 2014 and started racing for the team.  Since then I have made it to the podium in 2017 and in 2018 with a long road to go. Goals for 2018 to participate in  Time Trials, Mountain Bike and Cycle Cross racing.

Orlandes Howard

Cat 4

Orlandes (aka)  Bootsman - I started cycling in 2015 to hang out with friends. I was quickly bitten by the cycling bug. As my cycling experience improved, I became a member of GII's elite Racing Team. Favorite saying “Don’t get caught peeking”.

David S. Kemp (AKA Coach Kemp)

Duathlete/Cat 4

David comes to the GII Race Team as a cycling and running multi-sport athlete. He has competed in over 400 events in the past 26 years.  David started racing duathlons back in 1993.  He was the Tri-Athlantic duathlon series champion for his respective age group in 1996 and 1998.  He was a World's Duathlon qualifier in 2000.  From 2006-2009 he raced for Bike Doctor of Waldorf competing in crits, circuit races, road races, stage races, individual time trials and team time trials.  He returned to the duathlon racing scene in 2016.  David has placed overall or in his age group in every duathlon entered since returning to the sport.  David is a USA Cycling Level 2 coach and is power certified.  He is also a RRCA level 2 running coach.

John Moore

Cat 4

John Moore  - I started my cycling journey via his Pastor at nearly 200 pounds back in 2009.  I then bumped into this "bearded guy" who brought me into the GII Family.  I am often called Chef but I'm working on my other nickname Johnny Rocket, adding parts to the ship each day!  I am GII for life and have been throwing up that "X" across my chest before Wakanda!  DON'T GET DELETED!!!!

Brian Phipps

Cat 4​

Carl Pinkney

Cat 4​

Toney Rogers

Cat 5​

In 2014, I re-established my childhood love with cycling to replace the void left when I retired from competitive flag football. A non-cyclist neighbor noticed me riding around the neighborhood regularly and introduced me to GII. Fellowship with club members and the competitor within me fueled my interest to cycle faster. In my second season of riding with GII, I decided to sign up for my first cycling race.

Calvin Holmes

Cat 5

I started cycling  in 2014 and my passion for the sport has increased beyond my first intentions of causal group rides. This is my first year in competitive cycling and I am ready to attack.

Nathaniel Humphries

Cat 5

My name is Nathaniel Humphries aka Captain America.  I’m entering my first year of cycling and it has given me so many new friends and adventures.  Cycling is one of those activities that are not only fun but also a great way to get great fitness.

Angelo Battle

Cat 5​


Darryle Barnett

Reggie Forbes

Pernell Leamon

Ken Rahaim

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