SuperB XC and Grolar rider, Chris Seistrup began building and riding bikes when he was a freshman in high school. After living most of his adult years in Northern Illinois, he and his family moved to Prescott, Arizona. Chris immediately started riding more than he ever thought possible and began plotting routes all over Northern AZ. In the last 5 years, he has cycled nearly 30,000 miles.
I was born with Hemophilia, a bleeding disorder that reduces my blood’s ability to clot. In 2016, I rode the Pacific Coast Highway to raise money and awareness for the bleeding disorder community. In 2019, my goal is to become the first hemophiliac to ride in the Tour Divide Mountain Bike Race. At the same time, I will be raising money for the Save One Life charity. Save One Life helps people with bleeding disorders all over the world.
The realization of the impact I have on the lives of others living with bleeding disorders is a huge source of motivation for me. Not only do I want to know what I am capable of, I can show a whole generation what they could do.
- Tour Divide Mountain Bike Race – 1st Place 2019
- The Dirty Everest – 30,800 ft elevation gain in 150 miles in under 22 hours
- Prescott Monstercross – 1st Singlespeed; 4th Overall 2019
- Whiskey 50 – 14th Singlespeed 2019
- Chino Grinder 115 – 2nd Singlespeed 2019
- Pinyons and Pines – 2nd Overall 2019
BIKE – TITANIUM GROLAR
- Drivetrain – Shimano GRX, 1×11
- Brakes – Shimano GRX
- Fork – Lauf Grit SL
- Wheel Build – K-Light Rims / SP Dynamo (front) and DT Swiss (rear)
Bike – Titanium Super-B XC
- Drivetrain – Shimano XTR with SRAM XG, 11-speed
- Brakes – Shimano XTR
- Fork – Lauf TR29 Boost or RockShox SID 120mm
- Wheel Build – Nextie Premium Carbon / SON 28 Dynamo (front) and Hope Pro 4 Boost (rear)