Meet the Pro’s

Amy Charity

Amy Charity has 14 years of experience in the financial sector, working in banking, venture capital, and at a hedge fund. At the age of 34 she left the financial industry to pursue her passion and a career in professional bike racing. Amy raced for the U.S. National Team and signed a contract with one of the top ten women’s professional racing teams in the world (Optum). Her team won a National Championship in the Team Time Trial and raced the World Championships.
 
Amy lives in Steamboat Springs with her husband Matt and their dog Lucy.  She is the author of the book, The Wrong Side of Comfortable.  She hosts cycling camps in Steamboat Springs every summer and she is the Executive Director of BikeTown USA
 

For more information, visit AmyMCharity.com  and GrintaCamps.com.  Connect with Amy via InstagramFacebookLinkedInTwitterand Strava.

 

Jeff Winkler

Jeff has over thirty years of experience in the beautiful sport of bike racing. He started as a junior competitor and rose up through the ranks and finished as a professional racer in the U.S. and Europe. After competing full-time, he transitioned to coaching and has helped athletes at all levels meet their goals. He has worked with racers in road, track, cyclocross and MTB disciplines from novice to professional and has coached collegiate, club and amateur teams.

As a professional cyclist he was able to experience coaching from the athlete’s perspective. He rode under Edward ‘Eddie B’ Borysewicz when he was the Director of the Subaru Montgomery Professional Team and Chris Carmichael when he was the USA National Team Coach. He also spent multiple years in Europe riding under various director sportifs in Germany and Spain.

To learn more about Jeff Winkler and WINKLER.COACHING visit www.winklercycling.com

“You will suffer…and you will overcome, and in the process you’ll find yourself and come to love this beautiful sport.”