tract to be sent to him for his signature. “Why wait?” asked
Bob. He printed the contract on a portable printer right
there at the restaurant. Scott signed on the dotted line, and
the Sho-Air/Cannondale team was established.
The agreement calls for Sho-Air/Cannondale to be
Cannondale’s North American arm of its global mountain
bike race category. The team will represent Cannondale’s
factory mountain bike efforts in North America and will
support the Cannondale Factory Racing team during their
North American World Cup appearances. And Bike
Religion, the instigator of the new alliance, is the top
The Sho-Air/Cannondale force will consist of professionals Max Plaxton, Pua Mata, Alex Grant, Jeremiah Bishop
and Tinker Juarez, with Manny Prado as team support.
Before joining Sho-Air/Cannondale, Grant, Bishop and
Juarez were members of Cannondale Factory Racing.
Another tradition of the Sho-Air squad that continues is
the team will include some motorsports legends, such as Eric
Bostrom and Josh Hayes. Five-time amateur National
Champion Tyson “Ty” Kady will manage the team. ;
Canadian: It is
Max Plaxton who is
Kabush as Canada’s
biking export. Max
has long ties with
Sho-Air and will see
how far up the
World Cup ladder he
can take the team.
Ready to prove a point: A lot of pundits felt that Jeremiah Bishop
should have been on America’s 2012 Olympic team. Watch for
Jeremiah to focus on American-soil racing in both cross-county
and endurance events.
The legend: David “Tinker” Juarez may be the most recognizable mountain bike athlete in the world. His career spans
from the days of Tomac and Overend to the formation of 24-
hour racing, which Tinker dominated. Know many 50-year-
olds who can jump like this?
Proud dad: A lot of
that Scott Tedro’s
mountain biking was
a passing fad. How
wrong they were.
Scott was beaming
with pride at the
announcement of his
Established in 1985, Sho-Air International is a trans-
portation and asset management company specializing in
the transport of trade show and event materials. Sho-Air
is recognized for their delivery track record, around-the-
clock availability, worldwide network, and special services
to meet a wide range of event and asset management
needs. Sho-Air says, “We didn’t invent transportation and
asset management; we simply perfected it.”
Sho-Air is the title sponsor for several cycling-related
entities. They sponsor several club teams around the
country, with membership exceeding 1000 riders. Sho-Air
promotes a healthy lifestyle and family values while sup-
porting a green environment through initiatives and
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