Erin Huck's Trail to TokyoWatch
“Less than one year ago a doctor looked at me and said, ‘you will never come back to elite racing.”
– Erin Huck, 2x Olympic Long Team member, 2020 Olympic hopeful.
Erin Huck is a multi-time US National champion (2016, XC; 2016-2018 STXC) in cross-country and short-track. Huck won the Pan-American Championships in 2017 and has been the third-ranked American on the World Cup circuit for the last 4 years. But less than one year ago she suffered a devastating crash that had the power to derail her Tokyo dreams.
This is her comeback story.
Erin is on the trail to the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. With her first goal the XXX World Cup in May, she’s riding a Stages Power dual-sided meter for Shimano M9100 XTR on her mountain bike and Stages Power LR for Shimano R9100 Dura Ace meter on her road bike.
Training indoors is a key part of Huck’s preparation for Tokyo 2020. For precision workouts and Zwift rides, Huck will be on the new StagesBike, a fully connected and digitally controlled smart bike with precision fit adjustment and electronic shifting.