Guy East (cyclist)

Guy East
Personal information
Full name Guy Eldon East
Born (1987-10-18) October 18, 1987
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight 160 lb (73 kg)
Team information
Discipline Road & Track
Rider type Road & Track
Professional team(s)
2009 Trek/LiveSTRONG
2010-2011 Optum Health Pro Cycling
2012-Present Professional 6-day Track Racer
Major wins
1st Overall UIV Talent Cup (with Austin Carroll) (2009)
1st Dortmund U23 Six Day (2008)
1st Stage 1 Vuelta Mazatlan Stage 1
1st Vuelta Mazatlan Stage 2 (2013)
2nd Nations Cup – Coupe des nations Ville Saguenay (Canada) (2.NCup), Stage 4 Time Trial (2008)
3rd Overall Tour of Belize (2.2) (2008)
3rd Vlaamse Brabant (2.12), Stage 3 Time Trial (2007)

Guy East (born October 18, 1987) is a professional track cyclist from the United States. East has been competing as a professional on the international level since 2009, and competitively in the US since 2000.[1] Guy has achieved success around the world throughout his career, winning races in five countries and playing a vital role in many winning team performances. A member of the United States National Team since 2006 and an exclusive member of Lance Armstrong’s LiveSTRONG, team, Guy has competed in nearly 30 countries on four continents. East currently resides near San Diego, CA. In addition to professional cycling East serves with More Than Sport in Tijuana, Mexico building homes for the poor.

In 2011 East retired from cycling to pursue other opportunities. East traveled Latin America extensively serving the poor and working with mission organizations. In 2012 East returned to professional track cycling and currently focuses on 6-day indoor cycle races. East has 14 professional 6-day starts in Amsterdam, Berlin, Rotterdam, Fiorenzuola, Grenoble and Copenhagen. In October 2013, Daniel Holloway and Guy East raced together as the California Team at the first half-Six Day race since the 1940s.[2]


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