2005 Team rosters
Broadmark Capital Cycling Team
The Broadmark Capital Cycling Team announced their 19-rider line-up for the 2005 season, which includes nine Under 23 riders. Over the past six years, the team claim to be the top amateur cycling program in the United States, with an emphasis on developing emerging Northwest cycling talent. Since establishing its elite program in 2001, Broadmark Capital has developed 10 professional riders, including Evan Elken, Jonny Sundt and Craig Wilcox (Jittery Joes), Tyler Farrar (Health Net), Cam Evans and Svien Tuft (Symmetrics), and Omer Kem (Subway).
Carl Decker will be returning to the team when he is not racing on the professional MTB circuit. Justin Morgan will also be returning to race with Broadmark Capital when he is in the US, but will be spending March to June in Belgium racing for the Cycling Center. New to the elite squad will be Adam Curry, Dustin MacBurnie and Solomon Woras. New Zealander Adam Curry enjoyed success in 2004 with podium finishes at Wisconsin's Superweek and the Mt Hood Cycling Classic. Dustin MacBurnie spent the 2004 season racing in Europe and represented Canada at the U23 world road championships. After podium finishes at the Ecology Center Classic in just his third year of racing, Solomon Woras will be lending his climbing prowess to the team. U23 National Championship podium finisher, Owen Gue, will also be racing select events with the Elite team.
The Elite team will also be joined by select members of regional team at many NRC races. The regional team has added perennial northwest strongmen Ian Tubbs, Troy Critchlow and Ian Bettinger to the team. They will be joined by up and coming young riders like Anton Jackson and Andrew Fischer, as well as U23 riders Noah Young, Sean Van Horn, Dan Neyens, Taylor Kneuven and Nick Clayville. The Broadmark Capital CT will race numerous NRC races, the Elite and U23 National Championships, as well as select events in Canada.
Ian Bettinger Cat 1
Sponsors: Broadmark Capital, Giant Bicycles, Zoka Roastery, Cateye, Dumonde, Easton, Giro, Hammer Nutrition, Michelin Tire, Marker, Nella, Smith Sport Optics, Supergo, SKS, Squadra, Timbuk2, Time, Thule and Zero Gravity.