ABOUT THE TEAM

The Air Force Cycling Team’s core values of Integrity, Service and Excellence are our guiding principles in being “The Guardian Angels Of The Road.”

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Want to ride?

The Air Force Cycling team is broken into regional sub teams which can be found all across the United States. If you’re interested in joining us, click below to find your closest regional lead! If you don’t quite meet the eligibility requirements but still want to ride with us, checkout the Memorial to Memorial ride (M2M) we host in September!

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Don’t qualify as an official rider but want to support the team and represent us anyway? Look no further then our official team store! (Public kit is variation of the official team kit)

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The latest edition of “Getting to Know The Team” highlights Chris Dock. Chris is our Alaska Regional Team Lead and also is responsible for coordinating our at-large members. Chris does an excellent job of bringing all the folks from far and wide together. He is a strong rider, evidenced with his continual training in the Alaska climate! Chris truly makes us a stronger team by always making sure everyone is challenged and serving. 

Chris is a retired Master Sergeant, Aircraft Armament Systems Specialist, who supported F-4, A-10, F-16, F-15 and F-22 aircraft. He now serves as the F-22 Weapons and Air Force Engineering and Technical Service (AFETS) Lead/Supervisor for Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska. Chris is an avid cyclist in both road and mountain, specializing in mountain bike endurance. He competes regularly in local Anchorage Alaska events as a member of the Arctic Bicycle Association, racing Masters MTB cross country. He is a three-time finisher of the 7 day B.C. Bike Race and other notable events such as the High Cascades 100 MTB Race, Fireweed 200, Pisgah MTB Stage Race, Palmer Spring Classic, Hatcher Pass Epic, and numerous Anchorage Tour de Cure for Diabetes and Multiple Scleroses 150s. He has led AFCT Alaska for the past 3 years and has completed RAGBRAI in 2018.Image attachmentImage attachment

The latest edition of “Getting to Know The Team” highlights Chris Dock. Chris is our Alaska Regional Team Lead and also is responsible for coordinating our at-large members. Chris does an excellent job of bringing all the folks from far and wide together. He is a strong rider, evidenced with his continual training in the Alaska climate! Chris truly makes us a stronger team by always making sure everyone is challenged and serving.

Chris is a retired Master Sergeant, Aircraft Armament Systems Specialist, who supported F-4, A-10, F-16, F-15 and F-22 aircraft. He now serves as the F-22 Weapons and Air Force Engineering and Technical Service (AFETS) Lead/Supervisor for Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska. Chris is an avid cyclist in both road and mountain, specializing in mountain bike endurance. He competes regularly in local Anchorage Alaska events as a member of the Arctic Bicycle Association, racing Masters MTB cross country. He is a three-time finisher of the 7 day B.C. Bike Race and other notable events such as the High Cascades 100 MTB Race, Fireweed 200, Pisgah MTB Stage Race, Palmer Spring Classic, Hatcher Pass Epic, and numerous Anchorage Tour de Cure for Diabetes and Multiple Scleroses 150s. He has led AFCT Alaska for the past 3 years and has completed RAGBRAI in 2018.
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My husband (retired SMSgt) always says, "Why not Minot? Freezin's the reason!" I can't imagine being in Anchorage!

Just a few days away from knowing where we can take our Team Photo this year. The 2017 below was pretty awesome !! 

This is always a special event during RAGBRAI. Last year we had a great venue and an amazing photo supported by the Iowa Air National Guard and the 185th ARW. 

What town will be be able to get a world class photo in this year? Time will tell…once we know the route we are open to suggestions!

Just a few days away from knowing where we can take our Team Photo this year. The 2017 below was pretty awesome !!

This is always a special event during RAGBRAI. Last year we had a great venue and an amazing photo supported by the Iowa Air National Guard and the 185th ARW.

What town will be be able to get a world class photo in this year? Time will tell…once we know the route we are open to suggestions!OK #RAGBRAIHistory buffs... the photo was from RAGBRAI XLV in 2017!
Of course this is the beloved Air Force Cycling Team - they have "flown in" to assist countless cyclists through the years!
📸 Courtesy of Rick Chavez of the Air Force Cycling Team #RAGBRAI #RAGBRAI50
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