Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop

A Winner - Carter Luck


                              

    Raleigh's 2013 RX Pro Disc Cyclocross Bike!

    Carter took the win again on Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012 in Statesville, NC. He competed among 50 plus riders. 





Carter Luck began his career on two wheels at the age of nine racing BMX bicycles.  After racking up a room full of trophies, he was off for a week to Camp Woodward, a BMX camp, in Woodward, PA.  There he fulfilled a long time dream of doing a back flip on his bicycle.  By the time Carter was 13, he had transitioned to two wheels with a motor.  For the next seven years, he committed himself to training and racing motorcross full time at the elite level.  During his years at the Millsaps Training Facility in Cairo, Georgia, Carter's cross training included working on his road and mountain bicycling skills. 

With the help and mentoring of Lance Koons, owner of Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop, Carter was consistently at the front of the pack on his Raleigh road bike.  Carter has now decided to devote his energies to bicycle road racing at the college level. This Fall he will be joining the Bobcats of Lees - McRae College in Elk, North Carolina, to compete at the Division I level on his 2011 Raleigh Team road bicycle.

Carter will be Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop's team contender hopeful and future winner of the Tour de France.  "Commitment and dedication have always been traits of Carter growing up, and the sky is the limit in his abilities and goals," stated Lance Koons.

BEST OF LUCK, CARTER!
     Carter Luck began his career on two wheels at the age of nine racing BMX bicycles.  After racking up a room full of trophies, he was off for a week to Camp Woodward, a BMX camp, in Woodward, PA.  There he fulfilled a long time dream of doing a back flip on his bicycle.  By the time Carter was 13, he had transitioned to two wheels with a motor.  For the next seven years, he committed himself to training and racing motorcross full time at the elite level.  During his years at the Millsaps Training Facility in Cairo, Georgia, Carter's cross training included working on his road and mountain bicycling skills.  With the help and mentoring of Lance Koons, owner of Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop, Carter was consistently at the front of the pack on his Raleigh road bike.  Carter has now decided to devote his energies to bicycle road racing at the college level. This Fall he will be joining the Bobcats of Lees - McRae College in Elk, North Carolina, to compete at the Division I level on his 2011 Raleigh Team road bicycle. Carter will be Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop's team contender hopeful and future winner of the Tour de France.  "Commitment and dedication have always been traits of Carter growing up, and the sky is the limit in his abilities and goals," stated Lance Koons. BEST OF LUCK, CARTER!