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Sponsored Riders

From weekend warriors to elite National Champions, Broken Spoke has built one of the largest and strongest teams in the Midwest

The Broken Spoke Bike Studio sponsors riders all over the country across all cycling disciplines. From our development team to professionals; the riders below exhibit our shop's core values and have earned the right to wear our name and rock our logo. They are hardworking, accomplished, yet humble. Meet the team below.

Casey Hildebrandt

Casey is the epitome of hardwork and hustle. He is an accomplished adventure athlete, coach, and oh, he also has a day job as a high school coach.

Casey's specialty is rippin' CX in the states, but in recent years, has made a name for himself on the Euro circuit. Casey enjoys long walks on the beach but prefers muddy, epic, mountain bike races.

Alexandera Houchin

Alexandera's track record speaks for itself. Her single-speed, ultra-endurance accolades include setting just about every time record imaginable, and most notable, her record at the Tour Divide where she just broke her own record.

She tackles her events in her signature denim cutoffs and was featured in a Patagonia catalog. She's an absolute badass.

Pete Karinen

Pete has been racing since he was five years old. After a successful junior career that included three National Championship medals, he earned his professional license at 18 years old. He has held the title of Single Speed National Champion, second place overall in the WORS Pro Men category and was selected as part of the National team to compete at the 2017 World Cup finals.

Paxton & Payton McKeown

Paxton and Payton are shreddy twins from the Madison, WI area. They race gravity events all over the midwest and have tremendous talent given their young age.

Kaden McKeown

Kaden is promising young athlete and participates in gravity events around the midwest like his younger brothers Paxton and Payton. 

Leia Schneeberger

Leia started her athletic career as a competitive soccer player. After having ACL reconstruction for a soccer injury, Leia used spin classes as a form of rehab. Eventually she entered the world of competitive mountain biking and has been dominating the biking scene ever since. Leia has won the women's elite class in the WORS series three consecutive seasons as well as claiming titles such as first female overall for the 2019 Bear 100 gravel race.