“In cyclocross, I focused only myself – my training, my racing, my results. In the WorldTour, my mindset changed completely. All my efforts go into helping my team leader. When I think about myself, it’s in a ‘what can I do to set him up for the finishes?’ kind of way.”
Logan became the first American to win the U23 Liège-Bastogne-Liège in 2017. A 10-time cyclocross national champion, Logan gave up full-time ‘cross racing in 2016 to pursue his WorldTour dreams.
Thanks to the EF Pro Cycling’s alternative race program, Logan was able to return to his roots and dabble in ‘cross again during the 2019-2010 season.
Logan started racing BMX as a five-year-old and has the bike handling skills that accompany a nearly 20 year multi-discipline approach.
While Logan’s first two years on the team were all about acclimation and education, Logan feels ready to take on a new challenge. He hopes to learn the ropes of the road captain role from teammates Mitch Docker, Simon Clarke and Sebastian Langeveld and eventually serve as a team leader on the road.