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Our Story:

In a few short years Edge Cycling has grown from a single athlete and 4 championship medals to a powerhouse of 35 athletes who most recently dominated the sprint events at the U.S. National Championships.  The Edge Cycling program has amassed more than 250 national championship medals, including 62 elite national championships medals.  The Edge Cycling program has sent athletes to Junior World Championships, Pan-Am Championships, World Cup's, World Championships and had an athlete selected to both the 2016 and 2020 long team for the Olympics.

Who we are:

What is it that takes Edge Cycling Athletes to the top?  Winning Cycling is a Science.  Edge Cycling has developed systems of world class physiological training, tactical preparation, psychological readiness, and technical expertise to enable young athletes to grow from the early junior stages of development to become International stars. 

But it goes much beyond the systems we have developed.   


We believe Team Culture is the separator between good and great. Every day, Edge Cycling athletes live in a culture that demands and encourages personal and competitive excellence.  Going a step further, our culture is supported by our Core Foundational Principle, INTEGRITY.  We believe and live the law of Integrity, “To the Degree Integrity is Diminished, the Opportunity for Performance is Diminished”


Our Goals:

While Edge Cycling has had much success on domestic soil, we are thinking and planning much bigger things.  In 2016, we launched the initiative “INTEGRITY 2020”.   Our vision is to win the biggest track sprint events in the world by year 2020, including World Cups, Continental Championships, World Championships, and ultimately the Olympic Games.  Alongside this goal is growing and strengthening our Foundation Program, our junior development program, which provides a place where young juniors can experience the Edge Culture, train alongside our Elite Athletes, and perhaps develop into future international stars themselves. 




Andrew Harris is the founder of Edge Cycling and currently serves as the Performance Director and Head Coach.  Prior to the formation of Edge Cycling, Andrew coached individual athletes and served as a Strength and Conditioning Coach to several championship teams.


As the Head Coach of Edge Cycling, Andrew applies the latest scientific research, innovative training methodology,  and unique teaching techniques, and combines this with his own practical knowledge and experience gained from years in the competitive cycling arena both as a rider and coach. 

As the team’s Performance Director, Andrew continues to assemble a team of riders, experts, and consultants that are driving the success of Edge Cycling.  From psychology, to business leaders, to technical experts, it’s the Team that raises the performance and drives the success of the organization.

By assembling a winning team, Andrew and Edge Cycling have amassed over 250 National Championship medals including 171 National Championships.  Our athletes have represented the U.S. at Junior World 

Championships, Pan-Am Championships, World Cup's, World Championships and one athlete has been selected to both the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Long Team. 


Andrew is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and received a Master of Sport Science degree from the United States Sports Academy.  Andrew worked briefly in Sport Science research at the National Institute for Fitness and Sport before his passion led him to return to coaching and the competitive cycling arena.  

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Angel Jimenez is the Assistant Coach of Edge Cycling.  Prior to joining Edge Cycling, Angel has been coaching local youth basketball and soccer teams.


An avid cyclist himself, Angel was born and raised in the Dominican Republic.  He grew up surrounded by sport in the Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center.  He started swimming at the age of 4 and continued to swim competitively until the age of 22.  As triathlon started to become a more known sport he became part of the first Elite group of athletes that trained Triathlon in the Dominican Republic.  Triathlon is what developed his love for cycling.  

Competing in Road Cycling for team Mauricio Baez where he enjoyed 7 day stage races and international competitions in Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico and The USA.  Though an endurance athlete on the road, Angel loved sprinting on The Velodrome.  He was a Track Sprinter for Law Enforcement, competing in the Military Games representing the Police Department.  He also raced many of Dominican Republic's National Track Championships and other local cup events.

Angel is a proud father of 2 active young boys who keep him on his toes!  A powerful force within Edge Cycling, Angel brings his knowledge, discipline, positive attitude and love of cycling to the TEAM!  His passion for cycling and firm belief in encouraging personal and competitive excellence by building High Performance Athletes starts at the foundation level within Edge cycling.

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