Logan Owen

  
  


Logan Owen headshot 2014
 
Name: Logan Owen
Current Residence: Bremerton, Wash.
Hometown: Bremerton, Wash.
Birthdate: 3/25/95
Birthplace: Bremerton, Wash.
Height: 5-11
Weight: 146
 
Current Coach: Joe Holmes
Team: Bissel Development (road); Cal Giant Specialized (cyclo-cross)
 
Twitter Handle: @logansowen
 
High School: Bremerton H.S. (Bremerton, Wash.) '13
 
Career Highlights:  
Hobbies: playing basketball, soccer and FIFA with friends

Favorite Race: Diegem UCI Cyclo-cross race

Favorite Place to Train: Firenze, Italy

Best Cycling Memory: My best cycling memory happened at the 2014 USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Championships. Being able to win my ninth consecutive title in front of my parents and grandparents, who flew in from Washington, was quite an amazing and emotional experience because of how hard I had to work to achieve that national title.

Best Advice Received From a Coach When Starting Out: Try to always stay positive and set achievable goals for yourself.

Motivation: The simple fact that I want to become the best in my sport.

Hero/Role Model: My role model would have to be my coach, Joe Holmes. He's taught me everything I know about being a professional on and off the bike.

Cycling & Personal/Career Goals: To become a pro tour rider
 
Did You Know?: Logan graduated high school with a 3.8 GPA, taking AP classes every year while traveling the world racing his bike.
 
First Involvement in Cycling: I started out racing BMX when I was 4 years old. My dad took me to the BMX track one day and I ended up loving it, so I began racing BMX and eventually moved on to racing both cyclo-cross and road.
 
Charity Work/Community Involvement: Logan volunteers at a local food bank.
 
Family: Parents are Steven and Kim...has a brother, Brandon


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