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Jelly Belly - A day in the life



Jenni Rae Rubio

Soigneur, Jenni Rae Rubio

One of the most demanding jobs in the world of pro-cycling (aside from the one on the bike), is that of the soigneur, whose name means “one who takes care of others”. The “swagnees”, as they are called, are responsible for everything from feeding the riders, giving them post-race massages, and transporting them and their luggage to the next hotel. Read More
 


Helen Iams

Team Doctor, Helen Iams, MD, MS

Now in her third year as the team doctor for Jelly Belly Cycling, Dr. Iams provides on-the-spot care for the riders as well as handling pre and post-race medical duties. In her hometown of Cheyenne, Wyoming, she teaches of sports medicine at the University of Wyoming Family Practice Residency and is a physician board certified in family as well as sports medicine. Read More
 


Drew Jimenez

Team Mechanic, Drew Jimenez

As the Jelly Belly Cycling’s full-time mechanic, Drew Jimenez is a vital member of the squad. He meticulously tunes and checks each rider’s bike before and after every race. During races, his mechanical expertise shines when a bike problem arises and needs to be solved in the shortest time possible. Read More
 


Danny Van Haute

Team Director, Danny Van Haute

Now entering his 10th year as a Team Director and 8th with Jelly Belly Cycling, the man they call “The Beast” is a veteran leader. Van Haute has used his vast experience as a pro rider as well as director to create a cohesive unit that seems to get better every year. His dedication to the team and the sport has made him a respected figure in cycling. Read More
 


Andrew Bajadali

Andrew Bajadali

After a season of impressive results and a heroic ride at the 2006 US National Road Race Championships, “The Baj” proved to the peloton that he is a force to be reckoned with when the ride gets steep. Andy’s talent, focus, motivation and grit will make him a formidable contender in the most challenging stage races in ‘07. Read More
 


Mike Jones

Mike Jones

Mike joins the Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team looking to realize his full potential as a top competitor. Long regarded as a talented sprinter, Mike also has plans to showcase his time trial talents in the season’s prologues. In addition to some solid race results, his teammates can count on Mike’s offbeat sense of humor to provide plenty of laughs. Read More
 

Brice Jones

Brice Jones

Returning for his third season of racing with the Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team, Brice has earned the respect of his teammates and the rest of the pro peloton with his racing prowess and powerful kick to the line. His integrity, dedication to the sport and affable nature make him a great ambassador and a natural leader. Read More
 

Jeremy Powers

Jeremy Powers

Despite spending most of the 2006 season sidelined with Valley Fever, Jeremy went on to enjoy his finest cyclocross season ever which included twelve podium appearances. He’s looking to 2007 to be the year he proves himself an equally talented road racer. Read More