Travis Lechner

Travis Lechner

Travis Lechner is a true product of Cinch Cycling and the Form Performance Method. Travis took up cycling late after watching and admiring his dad race competitively growing up. Shortly after picking up the sport he suffered a horrific head on car crash that left him immobile for weeks. After battling countless injuries and struggling mentally he was at the brink of walking away from cycling when he found Cinch.

With Tom's help and guidance, not only was he able to recover, but to thrive, and able to find joy again in cycling. His journey wasn't without more trials and tribulations, including another terrifying crash, but he was able to turn each seeming setback into an opportunity, overcoming that adversity and leveraging those lessons into new success. 

His development as an athlete progressed rapidly, and after moving to Colorado he discovered his love for climbing. He went on to use his climbing prowess to win his first ever stage race at the Tour of Gila, and also Mt. Evans Hill Climb. In 2019 he took the line in several major events like SBT Gravel, and Crusher in the Tushar. Along with racing and climbing he has in depth knowledge of nutrition and fueling as an endurance athlete.

He currently resides in Norway, where although close to the Arctic Circle he continues to train relentlessly. When he's not riding you can probably catch him brewing a cup of coffee. Prior to coaching Travis worked in the financial services industry for 13 years. During that time he learned how to maximize his time training and balance a demanding job with long working hours and his passion for cycling. It was then he became committed to finding his own process and applying the lessons he learned cycling to his daily life to reach new heights. Now he is passionate about sharing those lessons with you.

Travis has a positive and 'can do' approach, encouraging athletes to dream big, and believes in empowering them with the tools and processes to execute at the highest level, and guiding them to their fullest potential through their cycling and the FORM Performance Method.