What Erica says about InHealth
InHealth has been an absolute rock in their dedication to my personal health and performance. Coming off a very serious Achilles injection, the team here worked for months, from ground zero, to get me back to a high functioning and balanced structural state. They have been patient, determined, and innovative in designing strategies for getting and keeping me healthy. Their warm, genuine attitudes make this place especially uplifting in times of both success and struggle.
Bryn Atkinson has had a strong presence on the World Cup, U.S. and Australian circuits for over a decade. His highlights include numerous World Cup top ten finishes, besting a 7th at World Championships, and multiple U.S. victories. His aggressive yet fluid riding style, paired with approachability off the track has repeatedly caught the attention of media and fans alike.
Throughout his career Bryn has paired up with some of the best; riding for top teams like Madcatz-Ironhorse & Factory GT, with teammates like Sam hill, Jared Graves, Nathan Rennie, Brian Lopes and most recently Jill Kintner.
He is a dedicated athlete, and knows what it takes to be at the top. Testing and product knowledge is Bryn’s strong point; he delivers extensive feedback with an in-depth explanation of how products perform on the trail.
Making an even greater effort to expand his reach and personal interaction, Bryn will be putting his energy into promotion outside of World Cup Downhill racing. This will take shape via creating web videos that inspire people to go out and ride; and through other avenues such as select North American races, Downhill, Enduro and Slalom, rider clinics, and social media. 2015 is set to be an exciting year.
“It’s in other’s people’s creations and the drive to create that continues to inspire us to be a part of the human plight and it’s progression towards truth and greatness and sincerity.”
- 34 International Downhill podiums
- 2x US Open Downhill Champion
- 9x Australian Worlds team member
- Fastest man -’14 World Champs speed trap – 51mph