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  • Thursday June 23, 2016

    Jelly Belly cycling team neo pro Jordan Cheyne took a ride down memory lane last week in the Canadian stage race; the Tour de Beauce. This was his fourth Beauce, but his first as a professional and that pro contract was probably won on those Canadian roads in 2015. A return visit that was also a confirmation of his progress as a rider.

  • Thursday June 2, 2016

    Team Jelly Belly's neopro Jordan Cheyne signalled his arrival in the big leagues riding his first Tour of California. From star struck to bad luck, it was a crash course at cycling's top level. Here's a look inside Jordan's amazing week.

  • Saturday May 14, 2016

    Our NeoPro Jordan Cheyne has a lot to talk about today as his Jelly Belly team took the overall win at the Tour of Gila with a top performance from Lachlan Morton. Jordan clearly enjoys being part of the winning team - he takes us through the experience.

  • Saturday April 23, 2016

    The US national calendar gets into full swing at the always sold out Redlands Bicycling Classic - and for neo pro Jordan Cheyne of the Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis team, it was his first time racing for a team win - until it all changed on the last stage.

  • Saturday April 16, 2016

    Part two of Jordan Cheyne's 'Life in the Pro Peloton' sees him look back to his first time away from home to attend a training camp and the Tucson Bicycle Classic. Jordan made his return to Tucson six years later, again to ride the Tucson Bicycle Classic, this time with a lot more success.

  • Saturday March 12, 2016

    What is it like to be a new, young, first year pro cyclist? Jordan Cheyne runs through his first professional race and his experiences with the Jelly Belly pro cycling team. "I had been looking forward to this moment for a long time, whether I admitted it or not." Take it away Jordan.

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