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Lake story by Hutch

Connect art with bike passion…

My lifelong passion has always been art. Since I could remember I always wanted to be an artist. However at an early age I got involved in the family business as an A&P Mechanic’s Apprentice. After several years I had decided to follow my life dream and moved on to Art School where I focused on design. During my studies while living in the Chicago, I came to fall in love with cycling. At that time Mountain biking was at its height and the Messenger culture was still the counterculture. Being involved with these two differing sides of the cycling community, I felt it was that perfect combination of form and function that I had always enjoyed from my Mechanical background and my Design studies and thus that experience shaped the direction I wanted to head into for my future. Shortly after graduation from Art School I started working for Lake Cycling as a designer. This was perhaps one of the greatest decisions that I had ever made. Working with Lake gave me an incredible opportunity to continue pursuing two of my greatest passions, art and cycling. The experiences of working with and apprenticing under some of the greatest cycling geniuses & technical shoemakers have by far been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Now after 15 years of working with Lake I am still continuing to pursue my dream as an Artist/Designer/Cyclist.

 

My most recent “ultimate performance” would be the new CX402!

The CX401 is already a 5 year old design as it first went into production early 2008. However the CX401 has been an extremely well performing shoe that also lend itself to a lot of possibilities for customization. Developing a shoe that could replace the CX401 ended up being a bit of a challenge. For the CX402 I looked at all the aspect that were great in the CX401, the moldable carbon sole, kangaroo leather upper and BOA closure system and had put more focus on making the shoe fit even better while, streamlining the design to be modern as well as being able to lend itself to customization.

 

“Basically the shoes goal was to perform better than the CX401, fit better than the CX401 and look great in any color.”

 

One other place that I drew inspiration from was the original moldable Lake CX400 that we introduced in 2005. That shoe had some very unique fit features that we are picking up on again. Design wise a lot of influence comes from the industrial design world, taking design cues from several different segments that I feel relate to the end user for our specific products. For example our MTB shoes, I get quite a bit of influence from Adventure/Enduro motorsports. I like the design or KTM, Triumph and Ducati. Those brands each have a very unique take on their design language, as well as their approaches to colors. Though those three brands all take totally different approaches to their product, they all seam to achieve the same goal through different routes, that concept I really enjoy and try to emulate this thinking to make Lake a unique and well designed brand within our industry.

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Lake story by Allison Jones

Me with a Bike

I learned to ride a bike like any kid, training wheels and in my case duct tape to keep my right foot on the pedal.  I was always looking for something to do in the summer when I wasn’t skiing.  For a while I was swimming with the Colorado Springs Swim Team at the outdoor pool on the Olympic Training Center Complex.  My sister was not a good swimmer and didn’t really want to take part to the degree that I did so it became just me after a while.  Living in Colorado Springs there was always something to do and often we would visit the local Velodrome when ever we saw the lights on.  Usually it would be just a locals race, maybe even a nationals, once it was the Junior World Championships.  In 1998 we went to the velodrome just as if it were a normal race going on and low and behold it was the Disabled World Championships.  I had never seen someone with a disability compete in cycling before and I was very interested.  My mother found the first American coach and asked how to sign up and learn to ride.  The following spring I was being taught how to ride a track bike, never have ridden a normal road bike.  I started to compete locally not realizing what opportunities were out there for me.  I went to the disabled nationals, which coincided with junior nationals in T-Town, Pennsylvania.  I competed in both the disabled athletes and the junior riders.

I tried out for the 2000 Paralympics not knowing that there was no female category so I had to race against the men, I told myself then that I was going to stick with it and in four years most of those competing would have retired and I would have a better chance at competing.  In 2002 I made the World Championship team and traveled to Aldenstat, Germany.  I won two silvers and a bronze.  I continued to ride and in 2004 I made the Athens Paralympic Cycling Team.  I placed 4th in the Kilometer Sprint and 6th in the Road Time Trial.  In 2006 I competed in the World Championships in Aigle, Switzerland, where I place 3rd in Road Time Trail.  I repeated my performance at the 2007 World Championships in Bordeaux, France.  In 2008 I competed in the Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China where I placed 2nd in the Road Time Trial.  I have put the bike away for the winter to focus on skiing but I am very much looking forward to training for the 2012 London Summer Paralympics.


one ultimate connection…

I am now 28 years old and have been active my entire life.  I was born with a deformed femur in right leg.  At nine months old my parents made the decision to have my foot amputated and my femur and tibia fused together.  This could have set me up for a life of lower expectations and lower activity levels but not with my parents.  My mother and father were very active and I was to take part in everything.  I learned to ride a bike, skate board, rock climb, white water raft, hike, ski, and to just be a kid.

 

 

 

I only knew to be a kid and not someone with a disability.

 

 

 

 

RISK – more than others think is safe,
CARE – more than others think is wise,
DREAM – more than others think is practical,
EXPECT – more than others think is possible.

 

My shoe:

Shoes I have used in the past have been the CX401 and CX236. The cleat that I wear can accommodate both the Look/Shimano and Speedplay patterns, so as far as bolt patterns go I can use either. Please feel free to check out my website www.jonezyrocks.com.

 

 

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Lake story by Crister

These adventures and opportunities allowed me to see diverse parts of the world and opened my eyes to many important issues.

 

 

Working in a Community Health Center I encounter families and homeless patients who are forced to choose between medical visits and food in my community.  I do not believe anyone should have to make this choice.   For this reason, I am organizing a local cycling event to raise funds for these patients’ medical visits.   This is a grassroots event that I hope will attract people interested in supporting the most underserved in their community.

Each summer I also organize bicycling and hiking journeys in Bolivia to continue to support the work of the Rio Beni Health Foundation (RBHF).  Over the last ten years on our El Puente journeys with students, enough funds have been raised to support the public health efforts of the RBHF’s BioSand water filters annually.  Please see www.edsafaris.com and www.netzerbrady.org to learn more.

I will be starting medical school in the Fall of 2013 focusing my studies and research on issues in underserved medicine–and of course getting on my bike as much as possible!


Biking opened my eyes and heart!

My name is Crister Brady.  I am passionate about adventures by bicycle.  In fact, my travels and experiences on a bike have led me towards a career working with underserved communities in medicine.
From an early age I have taken part in journeys with students with my family’s organization, Educational Safaris, and now plan and lead them. Building from these experiences, I have been able to take advantage of opportunities on and off a bike.

 

These included:
*   Cycling the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route 2,400 miles from Canada to Mexico at age 14 with a group of middle school students.

 

*   Crossing Australia at 16 years old as a member of Expedition360 (www.expedition360.com): 5,000 km mountain biking across the outback with Jason Lewis, first person to circumnavigate the planet by human power.

 

*   Four month solo journey bicycling and surfing 3,000 miles down the Chilean coast at age 19.

 

*   Planning and leading bicycle and hiking journeys with students in Bolivia in support of the Rio Beni Health Foundation (RBHF) annually for the last ten years.

 

 

 

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Lake story by Jeffrey

I ended up breaking the record by ten minutes.

On October 2nd, 2012 I raced from Shanghai to the Yellow Mountains of China. During this 421 Kilometer ride I got to the front of everyone and just treated the whole thing as a time trial. I got into my TT position and held it for almost the entirety of the 13 hours and 18 minutes. I tried to hold my power to 75 to 90% of FTP for the entire time. Lake shoes were a critical part of being able to maintain this pace over a long period of time. They supported my feet and kept them as comfortable as possible the entire race. The heat molded soles allowed for efficient power transfer and made it so I could keep my mind on the road and on maintaining the power output required to break the record. I ended up breaking the record by ten minutes. It would have been more except for problems with my lights, the extremely rough roads in Anhui and cracking my carbon rims. The whole time my feet were comfortable and well cared for by your outstanding CX401 shoes.

Sincerely,

Jeffrey Reed

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