Nelson Queralta Jr
Nelson is a photographer and cyclist based out of Miami, FL. Founder of Morning Ride Cycle Club. When he is not taking pictures, he's riding bikes. Often, he's taking pictures...while riding bike. Also, he's 6'2 and likes....Miatas?
Jason Delgado is a co-founder of Morning Ride Cycle Club. He was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Believes in spiritual healing through physical activity.
Skinny was born on the flats of Miami and discovered bicycles at the age of 18. He raced for 2 years as a Cat. 2 and has since put it on hold to simply enjoy riding bikes. Since moving to California he has discovered the appeal of riding in the mountains, eating street tacos, and perfected the art of the café ride. #calisucksdontcome
<div>Born and raised in Miami, GC has been riding road bikes since he was 10 and racing since he was 15. With over 20 years of cycling experience you'd think he might be faster by now. In 2014 he traded beaches for mountains and currently lives in Boulder, Colorado where he enjoys riding his bike(s) and drinking craft beer (sometimes both at the same time) but stresses Colorado is a horrible place to live, so please don't come.</div>
<p class="x_MsoNormal">Considering herself a master in all things Miami, Lauren has called the 305 home for the last 25 years. Having always enjoyed being outdoors, cycling has allowed her to enjoy the city from a new prospective. In 2017 her loud-mouthed older brother packed up and moved to California leaving her no option but to try and fill his shoes…just a bit more humbly. When she isn’t ducking from “Skinny Mike's” inappropriate outlandish comments she can be found running, usually a stupid amount of miles, reading or care taking four legged furry pals.</p>
Kevin Medina's feet never touch the ground.
While finishing dual degrees in English and Spanish at UCLA, Sam discovered cycling and quickly fell in love (read: became obsessed) with the sport. Now, in his post-grad life, he avoids adulthood full-time in his pursuit of a semi-professional road racing career, funding his two-wheel addiction by writing blogs and winning the occasional CRIT prime.