Ian MacGregor’s Bio

DOB: April 13, 1983
Hometown:
Nederland, CO
Residence:
Golden, CO & Girona, Spain
Height:
5’11”
Weight:
140lbs
Strengths: Climbing, One-day Races.
Pro Since: 2005

2010 Team:


Personal information

Special interests/hobbies: Gunsmithing, reloading, shooting, hunting,
camping and all types of skiing.
Favorite movies: Braveheart.
Favorite music: Country
How did you spend the off-season? In the woods, or in a classroom.
Expectations for 2010: Be a good dependable teammate, and win some
more big races.
What you like to do when not riding? Go into the woods.
Favorite Food: Steak, and left over Chinese food.


Career Highlights

  • (2007) 1st Stage Tour de Beauce
  • (2005) 1st U.S. U-23 National Road Race Championship
  • (2005) 2nd U.S. U-23 National Criterium Championship
  • (2004) 1st U.S. U-23 National Road Race Championship

Results

2009

  • 1st Stage #1 Dead Dog Classic
  • 1st North Boulder Park Criterium
  • 4th Overall Dead Dog Classic
  • 8th Stage #3 Tour de Beauce

2008

  • 1st Colorado State Road Race Championships
  • 1st Stage #2 Fitchburg Longsjo Classic
  • 2nd Bob Cook Memorial Mt. Evans Hillclimb
  • 4th Stage #5 Tour de Beauce
  • 11th Overall Tour of Mexico

2007

  • 1st Stage #5 Tour de Beauce
  • 10th Overall International Tour de Toona

2006

  • 4th Stazio Criterium
  • 8th Stage #3 Fitchburg Longsjo Classic
  • 9th Overall Fitchburg Longsjo Classic

2005

  • 1st U-23 National Road Race Championships
  • 2nd Overall Andy Finch Memorial
  • 3rd Overall Excel Sports Boulder Stage Race

2004

  • 1st U-23 National Road Race Championships
  • 1st Overall Andy Finch Memorial
  • 1st Stage #3 Tour of Shenandoah

The lessons learned, the obstacles overcome, the limits pushed, the goals attained…these things make up the spirit of sport. One must define success in sport based not on victories alone, but also ask the questions; did I push myself to the edge? Did I learn from my mistakes? How can I apply this to my life beyond sport? The Just Go Harder Foundation provides assistance to those pursuing the answer within themselves.

The Just Go Harder Foundation is a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization that relies on fundraising and donations to offset the costs of sport and mentorship program fees.