Logan Owen: Transitions – Northwest in Movement


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Logan Owen: Transitions - Northwest in Motion


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After 4 years growing World Tour street racing expertise with EF Training First, 26-year previous Bremerton native Logan Owen finds himself going into 2022 and not using a contract.

As a teen and teenage, Logan was widely known as a cyclocross savant. He gained ten consecutive US nationwide cyclocross championships. He then went on to make a reputation for himself on the street as a member of the Junior Cal-Big/Specialised staff, and as an under-23 (U23) with Axeon Hagens Berman. He gained the U23 Liège-Bastogne-Liège at age 21, and a stage of the Tour of Utah whereas he was with Axeon.

Logan thinks a mixture of things contributed to not getting a contract. Throughout 2021, he suffered a sequence of accidents that affected his health. Probably the most vital blow was that he was pulled from the Giro. He additionally notes that the pandemic has modified the race schedule (fewer) and race ways (full fuel, on a regular basis). Consequently, there are restricted venues for racers to point out off.

He’s within the strategy of returning house to the Seattle space together with his girlfriend and canines, which due to the pandemic is logistically sophisticated. He’s hoping to make it again earlier than Christmas.

Wanting forward, Logan says he’s investigating prospects in mountain biking, gravel, and a return to cyclocross.




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