Chloe Woodruff is a tough competitor and master tactician on the bike. Chloe is a 2016 Rio Olympian and owner/founder of Stan’s-Pivot Pro Team. When racing, she draws not only from years of experience, she started riding seriously in high school, but also from her bike handling skills to go for the win. To date, Chloe is one of the only American females to earn a World Championship starting spot as a Junior, U23, and Elite competitor. For the 2018 season, Chloe is focused on consistently breaking into the top 10 at UCI Mountain Bike World Cups and earning strong results on the Off-Road Series. Chloe and her husband TJ share their home in Prescott, Ariz. with Maja, a six-year-old rescue pitbull.
Keegan Swenson was born and raised in Park City, Utah, a town known for its outdoor enthusiasm, which lead to his introduction to mountain biking at the young age of 8 through a kids program called Young Riders. It was through this program that Keegan decided to take up bike racing at the age of 12, and then became a professional at the age of 18. He has raced for both domestic and European professional MTB teams throughout his career, 2018 marks his first year with Pivot Cycles. Keegan’s biggest goal on the bike is to make the Tokyo 2020 USA Olympic team. When he is not riding or racing his bike, Keegan also enjoys skiing and riding his motorcycles.
Rose is three times National Marathon Champion and 2016 Epic Series Winner. When she’s not racing, Rose is spending time in Columbia Falls, Montana with her husband Nelson and three-year-old daughter Layla. With her family supporting her big dreams, Rose finds purpose in her racing by setting a strong example for her daughter and drawing inspiration from her faith. A master at finding balance as an athlete, mother, and wife (hint: organization is key!), Rose is one to watch.
Sofia was born and raised in the Argentine Patagonia but moved to the United States when she was 12. She discovered mountain biking through the NorCal High School Mountain Bike Program and then went on to compete at the collegiate level for Fort Lewis College where she received a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science and a minor in Business Administration. Sofia currently lives in Heber City, UT training to qualify for Tokyo 2020 and working part-time for a bean-to-bar chocolate company. Aside from riding and racing her bike, she enjoys taking her dog on hikes, riding her dirt bike, and spending time on Nordic and alpine skis.