“It’s time together,” Rogers said. “It’s time to stay fit, and then it’s also time for us to challenge ourselves and be a part of something you know that’s fun and bigger than ourselves.”
“Of course these events are really hard to pass up,” Rogers said. “They’re so much fun. You get part of the bike culture and just hanging out with the community and so we intend to continue to pursue that.”
“We’re not out to win it, and if some day they’re skills evolve to that point then so be it,” Rogers said.