UVM Cycling has an impressive history of developing professional riders. Within the past five years, we have graduated over twenty pro and semi-pro racers, more than any other sports team at UVM, and quite possibly more than any other collegiate cycling team in the country. Many of our alumni are now well known on the domestic and international professional racing scenes and have gone on to race for teams including Nürnburger (Germany), Colavita, Fiordifruta, and the US U23 National Team, and various New England Elite amateur teams.

Many of these riders did not started racing until college and learned the ropes with UVM Cycling! Some of our alumni still reside in the Burlington area and are helping to guide the next generation of UVM Cycling riders.

William Dugan (Team Type 1); 2008 Collegiate Cyclocross Champion, 2nd Collegiate Nationals Road Race 2009

Jamey Driscoll (Jamis Sutter Home, Cannondale prepared by 2006, 2007 Collegiate Cyclcross national Champion, 2009 Collegiate Road national champion

Isaac Howe (Team Kenda - 5 Hour Energy)

Kevin Bouchard-Hall (Kelly Benefit Strategies Pro Team; Former US U23 National Team Member)

Dan Vaillancourt (Colavita-Sutter Home)

Sarah Uhl (Cheerwine Cycling; Multiple World and National Champion in track)

Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders); 2005 National Champion

Michael Cody (Jelly Belly Pro Team; Former US U23 National Team)

Dave Sachs (Priority Health)

Brodie Dugan (Ecuador National Team)

Jessica Phillips (Nürnberger-Germany)

Keith Jennings (Kenda-Raleigh; Former US U23 National Team Member)

Becky Witinok-Huber (Swim, Bike, & Run Professional Triathlon Team)

Luke Krisch (Boston Bicycle School)

Vincent Scalia (Boston Bicycle School)

Colin Jaskiewicz (Boston Bicycle School)

Jake Hollenbach (Boston Bicycle School)

Chris Worden (CCB/Wheelworks) 

Alex Cox (CCB/Wheelworks)

Dan Cassidy (CCB International)

Jason Harpp (Kenda-Raleigh)

Jason Baer (Kenda-Raleigh)

John Van Vranken

Nate Koeppel