Cody Kaiser

  
  


Cody Kaiser headshot 2014
 
Name: Cody Kaiser
Current Residence: El Dorado Hills, Calif.
Hometown: El Dorado Hills, Calif.
Birthdate: 5/27/92
Birthplace: Houston, Texas
Height: 5-11
Weight: 160
 
Current Coach: Daryl Parker
Team: California Giant Berry Farms / Specialized
 
Personal Website: www.codykaiser.com
Twitter Handle: @thekidkaiser
 
High School: Oak Ridge H.S. (El Dorado Hills, Calif.) '10
 
Career Highlights:  
Hobbies: skiing, golf, cars, making videos, and taking pictures

Favorite Race: Downieville Classic

Favorite Place to Train: Gold Country in Northern California is the best training both on-road and off-road

Best Cycling Memory: Winning Nationals in 2009 was awesome, but the first time I ever went to world championships was pretty special as well.

Best Advice Received From a Coach When Starting Out: You perform best when you're relaxed and focused. To be in that spot, it has to be fun, so make it fun and it'll be easy.

Motivation: Motivation for me is seeing how much I can push my limits and accomplishing what seems to be impossible.

Cycling & Personal/Career Goals: Make the Olympic mountain bike team and win elite national titles in both cyclo-cross and mountain bike,
 
Did You Know?: Cody likes to collect shoes. In fact, whenever he goes to a race he tracks down the local sneaker shops to pick up a pair.
 
First Involvement in Cycling: I had a good friend who started to commute to work with my Dad on bike and I thought that was the coolest thing ever. He took me out on a mountain bike ride one day and it was all I needed to get into it. The next thing I know I'm helping another good family friend at his bike shop and that was it.
 
Charity Work/Community Involvement: Cody works with his local high school's mountain bike team
 


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