About Chad Haga

I spent my childhood in Texas, playing around on bikes. First it was BMX, then I shifted to mountain bikes. Then I started racing mountain bikes, followed soon after by road bikes. I spent my college years either riding, eating, sleeping, or working on my degree in Mechanical Engineering. In 2010, a perfect storm of racing success, graduation, and my father’s surprise diagnosis of Stage-IV lung cancer spurred me on to chase my dream of becoming a professional cyclist. I’m now in my second year of racing for Team Giant-Alpecin at the WorldTour level, and I’m having a blast.

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Vuelta, here I come!

Well, it’s that time of year again–the time of year where I apologize for not updating more and, as explanation, say that you won’t believe how crazy things have been. The short version of what’s happened since my last update in April: I raced (and finished) all of the Ardennes classics, chased them down with […]

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