Coach Taylor Warren

After playing a variety of sports growing up, cycling found Taylor as a means of cross training. After a couple hot laps on the bike trail and town line sprints, Taylor was hooked! Quickly joining the cat 2 ranks, Taylor competed at the junior level, partaking in national level events, as well as racing L'bitabi, a prestigious junior stage race. Attending Colorado State University in 2011, Taylor chipped away at a Bachelors degree of Science in the field of sports medicine while continuing to race at the collegiate level, as well as on the national circuit racing in NRC (National Race Calendar) events across the country. In 2014, Taylor started dabbling in coaching, where he helped coach fellow collegiate athletes and learned he had a passion for crunching the numbers from all the data available to a budding cyclist. Taylor continues to race at the pro level, riding for domestic elite level team Project 303 racing out of Boulder Colorado and coaching has not only turned into a full time job but a full time passion! Taylor works hard on and off the bike and always remembers to have fun, whether it be chasing a personal ambition or helping an athlete achieve their best result yet!

Cycling Accolades:

1st Colorado State Road Race 2016 (pro 1,2)

1st Colorado State Criterium 2016 (pro 1,2)

5th Collegiate Nationals road Omnium DI 2015

5th Collegiate Nationals Scratch Race 2014

11th Elite Nationals Road Race 2017

13th UCI Tour of the GIla Stage 2 2017


Coaching Qualifications:

USAC Level II Coaching License (2016-Current)

TrainingPeaks Level II Certified

Bachelor's of Science Health and Exercise Science, Sports Medicine concentration