|CrossVegas is the biggest cyclocross race in America and a World Cup on the International Cyclocross calendar, one of only eight World Cup cross races worldwide. The night-time race takes place in September each year at the Desert Breeze Soccer Complex in Las Vegas, Nevada, just minutes from the famous Vegas Strip. It is jam packed with excitement for both the riders and the spectators. Join us in wishing the following Swiftwick athletes the best of luck this year!|
Maxxis-Shimano Professional Cyclocross team welcomes Crystal Anthony and Travis Livermon for the upcoming season. Since Anthony began her journey as a professional cyclocross racer six years ago, she has proven her talent numerous times such as earning a spot on the U.S. World Championship Cyclocross Team for the third consecutive year in a row and ranking 12th overall in the world.
Known among the cycling community as a well-rounded competitor, Livermon joins the team after previously riding for Team SmartStop. Livermon’s palmarés includes placing eighth at the USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships. Danny Summerhill will be the only returning team member for the coming season. Known for his tremendous bike handling skills and teamwork, Summerhill will be an asset leading the team.
Born and raised in the Poconos, Arley Kemmerer has been an elite athlete for about as long as she could walk. Spending the early years of her life on skis through high school and into college, Arley was a Division I collegiate athlete in downhill ski racing.
Kemmerer found cycling after suffering a stress fracture in college and never looked back. Arley has come up through the ranks from local to international World Cup level racing in cyclocross to placing top 20 in international competition. Her skill and devotion is matched only by her determination to achieve all she can while supporting the growth of others in her beloved sport. Racing a full UCI calendar and working full time as an attorney, Kemmerer never slows down, or at least not until the offseason.
Molly Cameron founded a bike shop in 2001 and has created a passionate culture of bicycling in Portland, Oregon. She manages professional athletes and developmental cycling programs creating jobs and opportunities for women within endurance sports. With high standards and a commitment to giving back to the community, she believes in doing everything to support grassroots, fun efforts while nurturing anyone who is pursuing an elite career.
As one of the most influential cyclocross riders of the current generation, Molly has been involved in developing and refining all of the current standards for cyclocross from braking and shifting systems, tread patterns and tire materials, bicycle geometry and clothing design.
A career that spans European Cyclocross World Cups, the first UCI races in Japan and China, multiple single speed championship titles and a world of racing experience across the globe.
Molly is racing for Portland Bicycle Studio on Focus bicycles in the 2016 – 2017 cyclocross season.