Brian Lopes has had an unprecedented 20 year career as a professional cyclist, he has been labeled by USA Today "Undisputedly the best all around world class cycling athlete".
He has earned the prestigious title of Mountain Bike World Champion four times, first in 2001 soon after 9/11, Brian proudly worn the red, white and blue on the podium.
Then again in 2002, 2005 and most currently, last year in 2007. Having raced BMX for most of his childhood, Brian learned how to ride a bike at the tender age of 4, turning Pro at the age of 17 and competing in the BMX circuit for 7 years before channeling all his efforts in 1993 to mountain biking.
He has won over 19 titles in his mountain biking career; 9 National Championship titles, 6 UCI World Cup Championship and 4 World Championships.
He has more UCI World Cup career wins than any other male mountain biker in the history of the sport.
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