He may have earned a bronze medal at the 2016 Junior World Time Trial Championships, but Ian Garrison will tell you he can do more than just excel in races against the clock. "The time trial is where I have had most of my success," he said, "but I like to think I am an all-arounder. I can climb fairly well. I have won a sprint stage. So I consider myself an all-arounder."
The Georgia native found success in Europe in 2018, earning a podium spot on the final stage of Le Triptyque des Monts et Chateaux as well as 6th place finishes on individual time trial stages at Tour de Beauce and Tour de l’Avenir.
Now in his third year with the team, Garrison said his goals for 2019 are somewhat less than orthodox…
“In 2019, I really want to learn how to do more tricks,” said Garrison. “Top of the list is the wheelie. Once I learn that, I want to win a race, do a wheelie across the line, and post a picture on Instagram. Following that is probably hopping up stairs.
More seriously though, I want to continue developing, learning as much as possible and having fun. We’re competing at high level races and I don’t want to let opportunities go to waste where I can learn how to be a better bike racer and teammate. The time trial is a skill that I want to continue to work on and hopefully come away with some solid results.”
|28th||Grand Prix d'Isbergues - Pas de Calais|
|75th||Tour de l'Eurométropole|
|12th||Gylne Gutuer GP|
|11th||National Championships United States - ITT|
|12th||Tour de Beauce|
|6th||Stage 3a (ITT)|
|72nd||Amgen Tour of California|
|40th||Stage 4 (ITT)|
|28th||Tour of the Gila|
|23rd||Stage 3 (ITT)|
|66th||Ronde van Vlaanderen Beloften|
|4th||Le Triptyque des Monts et Chateaux|
|3rd||Stage 3a (ITT)|
|70th||Driedaagse Brugge - De Panne|
|70th||Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde|
|96th||Istarsko Proljece - Istrian Spring Trophy|
|13th||Grote Prijs Marcel Kint|
|5th||National Championships United States U23 - ITT|
|0th||National Championships United States - Road Race|
|17th||National Championships United States - ITT|
|59th||Grand Prix Priessnitz spa|
|41st||Flèche du Sud|
|2nd||Campeonato Panamericano de Ruta U23 - ITT|
|61st||Le Tour de Bretagne Cycliste|
|0th||Arno Wallaard Memorial|
|0th||Ronde van Vlaanderen Beloften|
Harrogate, England - Mikkel Bjerg became the first rider in history to win the U23 Time Trial World Championships three times in a row on Tuesday. The Hagens Berman Axeon rider, while competing for his home country of Denmark, bested teammate Ian Garrison by twenty-six seconds to take the...
Knoxville, Tennessee - Hagens Berman Axeon Cycling Team’s Ian Garrison capitalized on dedicated off-season preparation and strong early season form to win the US Pro Individual Time Trial on Thursday.
In 2017, Garrison finished the US Pro ITT in 17th place. Last year, he was just outside the...
Blegny, Belgium - In just his third UCI race of the season, Kevin Vermaerke claimed the team’s fourth victory of 2019 at Liège-Bastogne-Liège U23. Vermaerke’s win is the third victory in four years for the Hagens Berman Axeon Cycling Team at Liège after Logan Owen claimed the title in 2016 and...