NBA All Star Reggie Miller Voted on to USA Cycling Board

Dec 9, 2020
by James Smurthwaite  
NBA Hall of Famer and current TNT network broadcast analyst Reggie Miller has gotten into Cross Country MTB racing in a big way. His skills are developing rapidly.

NBA All-Star Reggie Miller is one of four new members that has been voted onto the USA Cycling Board of Directors. Miller is joined by new board members Lucia Deng, a stalwart of the New York cycling scene, Ed Ewing, the co-founder of the Major Taylor Project, and Brendan Quirk, the CEO of Allied Cycle Works

One of the best all-around shooters in NBA history. A five-time NBA All-Star and 1994 FIBA champion, Miller scored over 25,000 points and is ranked second with 2,560 three-pointers in his career. Miller won an Olympic Gold medal while playing for the 1996 U.S. team and in 2012, Miller was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Since retiring from basketball, Miller has become a passionate cyclist. In an interview with mbaction.com, Miller describes how a ride with Rage Against the Machine bass player, Tim Commerford, first got him hooked in 2000 and he has been riding ever since. In recent years, Reggie has begun racing in California and has even become a mentor for Kate Courtney. Courtney said in an interview with NBC Sports, "I’ve had a lot to learn from Reggie, and he’s been a great positive voice in terms of convincing me I can make it to the top".

Reggie is also a champion of equality in cycling. Working with Castelli, he released the 'Say Their Names' jersey that featured a number of slogans used by the Black Lives Matter protestors this summer. Sales of the jersey were used to benefit the Equal Justice Initiative, a 501(c)(3) organization committed to ending mass incarceration and challenging racial and economic injustice in the United States. Miller has also partnered with Castelli to raise funds for the Dropping Dimes Foundation with his Team Boombaby apparel.

Miller said on social media: "HONORED... Biggest reason I joined the USA Cycling board was to hopefully diversify cycling and to get more kids on bikes. Looking forward to working with the other new board members Lucia Deng, Ed Ewing and Brendan Quirk."

Rob DeMartini, CEO of USA Cycling, said: "We are honored to have Lucia, Ed, Reggie and Brendan join the USA Cycling Board to guide us in championing the sport of cycling and building an organization for the future. Lucia, Ed, Reggie and Brendan all bring unique perspectives, experience and passion for cycling, and we welcome their input and guidance in championing American cycling at every level.”


117 Comments

  • 283 29
 It's cool that his stated goals are to get kids on bikes and help diversify the sport. As a middle-aged white guy I've noticed the majority of people riding look a lot like me, and the sport is inaccessible or unknown to a lot of our population. Hopefully Reggie is successful.
  • 109 19
 imagine being one of the terrible human beings that downvotes this comment haha. Some people just have no soul.
  • 37 128
flag CamNeelyCantWheelie (Dec 9, 2020 at 8:58) (Below Threshold)
 As a middle aged white guy bikes are expensive and you need a place to ride them. People that look different than me are aware of how fun bikes are but probably lack the means. Hopefully Reggie's IG posts elevate their income level and location of residence.
  • 38 2
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: that feels like sarcasm, but it's hard to tell on the internet. I think it's implicit in his stated goals that he wants to help kids that can't afford quality bikes get access to them. This group largely consists of children that belong to minority groups. There are groups doing this already, and my belief is he wants to help expand their work. As human beings that enjoy cycling I feel we should all support helping bring happiness to kids through this work.
  • 28 11
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: oh man, it's so easy to bait your type. You just can't help yourself, can you?
  • 22 44
flag TwoNGlenn (Dec 9, 2020 at 9:43) (Below Threshold)
 I am virtuous. See my signal!
  • 6 5
 This is awesome news! Reggie will be a great voice for a lot of riders that feel alienated by the lack of diversity in our sport. It's cool he comes from a sport that was previously dominated by Caucasian athletes, but has made the transition to a pretty unbiased sport in terms of diversity. Maybe he'll have a few ideas that could be applied to cycling. We have a lot of barriers to break down before mountain biking is truly accessible, but stoked to see things like this and Elliot's new foundation.
  • 30 1
 @Counsel: @Counsel: Yep, it's sarcasm. I hope Reggie is successful and I support his efforts. Great guy, love what he represents. Worthy add to the panel.

However, I can't help but think that the lack of diversity and youth engagement is mostly driven by the high costs of bike gear. A new playstation costs $500 up front, can be played from any location with internet and requires no maintenance for years of gameplay. A good MTB costs $1000+, requires costly maintenance, safety gear and needs a local trail network. Hard to justify the MTB over Playstation from a cost perspective. BMX is another story and perhaps the best way forward for the kids in urban areas to get in the mix..

My point is to keep in mind that this is a luxury sport and folks will likely priced out as a "great filter" into the sport so to speak. It's not basketball where you need shoes, 1 ball/10 people and a court. As far as increasing diversity, it's up to us all to be a welcoming community for any and all that find their way onto the trails.
  • 45 1
 Person: "Where did you ride from Reggie?"

Reggie: "From down town"

I'll show my self out.
  • 8 5
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: @CamNeelyCantWheelie: Interesting how you assume a world famous athlete with massive amounts of resources has nothing to contribute but instagram posts. Never mind the fact that he understands what it's like to be in a mainstream sport, or that he's worked with the biggest sports apparel brands in the world. Also never mind he probably understands more than any of us how to connect with more diverse audiences and cultures. But yes, reduce all of that to just "instagram posts". Also so telling that you just assume that everyone who looks different than you "probably lack the means" . Inclusion in a sport is sometimes all about exposure, I'm not even in one of these categories and I was shocked when I first discovered mountain biking because frankly I just didn't know It existed. I rode BMX bikes and skated, but the thought of riding bikes on trails just never crossed my radar. Increasing exposure to the sport will bring people in regardless of their means. You don't need to be riding a yeti or any high end bike to enjoy riding your bike on trails. My first bike cost the same as a playstation and I rode it to whatever the closest tails were I could find. Or just jumped curb cuts around the city. It really doesn't take much to get into the sport. Look at the 12 o'clock boys in Baltimore, those dudes are ride or die bike lovers and they haven't let their lack of resources be a barrier to anything.
  • 7 15
flag yahmon (Dec 9, 2020 at 11:26) (Below Threshold)
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: So you do see how economic inequality and race are linked then. The reason why we don’t have more mountain bikers of color is because mountain biking is expensive, and many people of color are economically oppressed and lack the means to get into mountain biking. So if it’s about means, it’s inherently about race.

And even if it’s not about race, what do you stand to gain from keeping mountain biking luxury? What do you stand to lose from people of lesser means entering the sport? Why would you not want that? Is it somehow damaging to the sport to get bicycles and gear into the hands of people who might not otherwise be able to afford it?
  • 6 0
 @yahmon: Ok don't spin out too hard with the assumptions and tough questions. I think we generally agree here. I'm just saying cost is the primary barrier of entry for most people. I hope anyone that finds their way into the community is welcomed.

@isaacO: Those with the least resources are usually the most resourceful. Also the most motivated will find their way to their goal, I respect that. Hopefully people that become aware of MTB through Reggie can find the motivation and use their resourcefulness to find a welcoming bike community. The rest will be chasing dragons on the Playstation.
  • 2 1
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: If that's how you really feel then why'd you lead out with a sarcastic comment mocking Reggie? I guess it is the pinkbike comment section after all.
  • 3 0
 @IsaacO: Yep comments section is a dumpster fire. It always was burning since the wheels were turning...
  • 7 1
 @yahmon: Mtb is not a human right or a god given (unfortunatly) right. Shit costs a lot of money, requires an outdoor space, and requires a car.

Be real, the only reason Reggie is in it is because of his socioeconomic class. Find me a mountain biker that doesn't want more people into the sport, regardless of race.
  • 2 0
 @pistol2ne: Yeah of course. (I’d argue you don’t need a car, though...) I think we all agree fundamentally that more mountain bikers is good, and more people from more backgrounds and different means would be good. But there seem to be a lot of people who think that in order for themselves to have mountain biking, it has to remain inaccessible to many others. I disagree, and do not see inaccessibility to mountain biking or any other outdoor recreation as an inherent fact or necessary truth.
  • 3 1
 What’s wrong with virtue? @TwoNGlenn:
  • 3 0
 @yahmon: I don’t think I’ve met a single rider that feels that riding needs to remain inaccessible to others. I got into this sport only a few years ago, and I’d say I have never met a group of people so eager to evangelize for their sport and welcome (maybe pressure is a better word) anyone possible into the sport.

Also, a car is probably necessary. Or a train. Or a plane. Most people don’t live near mountains.
  • 1 0
 @Hayek: You can rode your MTB in flat areas and have fun. Find a trail and let go. Maybe along a little stream or through some mellow forest.
Or ride on a pumptrack/bmx track? there are lots of ways.
And I think the cycling board is not only about MTB, we have gravel bikes, road bikes, dirt bikes, bmx and so on. All. of them are fun.
  • 2 0
 @Stralov: that’s one of the points I, and others, were trying to make. The point should be to get people into cycling. MTB may not make sense for everyone. But BMX, DJ, road, or fixie may all be more accessible and logical entrance points into cycling, rather than specifically MTB.
  • 3 0
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: not sure if it's been said- you should listen to the episode of the downtime podcast with Eliot Jackson in racism in our sport.... It isn't just having the means and a place to ride...
  • 126 0
 I wonder if he has an anonymous account on Pinkbike and gets online from time to time to complain about the lack of frames that accommodate a 300mm dropper, and all the myriad of woes that befall really tall riders.
  • 16 8
 He started biking at the right time. Image him on a 26", 450mm reach bike. He wouldn't be a mountain biker.
  • 5 0
 @rockyflowtbay: I think he’s been at it quite a while. Maybe he was on such a bike.
  • 26 4
 @rockyflowtbay: Apparently you didn't read it ding bat. "Since retiring from basketball, Miller has become a passionate cyclist. In an interview with mbaction.com, Miller describes how a ride with Rage Against the Machine bass player, Tim Commerford, first got him hooked in 2000 and he has been riding ever since."
  • 7 0
 He has enough money he could commission the building of a 300 mm dropper. Though he is more the XC spandex crowd so I doubt he needs that amount of drop. One interview he even said he takes it easy on the downhill, didn’t want to face plant on his money maker or something along those lines.
  • 4 0
 @rockyflowtbay: No need to imagine - I'm only about an inch shorter (or was before disk implosions) and started in the early 90's. What with short reaches, HTAs, and 'little' wheels I ended up endo-ing about 2-3 times per session. Big Grin Still riding though - it's just that it's waaaay better now.
  • 2 0
 @iantmcg: Yeah he's also pretty into road cycling. I think he was on a Phil Gaimon video and they talked about hill repeats, etc. Definitely a fitness guy, makes sense coming from the NBA.
  • 1 0
 @rockyflowtbay: he started riding in 2002
  • 1 0
 That you Reggie?
  • 1 0
 @iantmcg: He's been itching to do enduros. Not sure if he's been able to finally join one but I do recall seeing him on a Santa Cruz trail bike (maybe a Tallboy? ;-).
  • 1 0
 @rockyflowtbay: I knew a guy a bunch of years ago that was 6'8"....Cannondale would make him a custom size frame, and yep...it rolled on 26" wheels, just fine Smile
  • 1 0
 @GlassGuy: People put too much emphasis on wheel size in terms of fit. Big guys used to roll 26 when that was the only option. Smaller people can roll 29. Wheel size can be a factor, yes, but frame build and geometry plays a huge role.
  • 1 0
 I know the interwebs lists him as 6'7", but he doesn't seem that tall. He rides an XL Santa Cruz (I asked him last time I saw him).
  • 78 3
 Hate Reggie Miller as a Knicks fan. Love Reggie Miller as a cyclist. Damn it.
  • 28 0
 I didn’t like him as a Bulls’ fan either. But he didn’t do us nearly as bad as he did y’all.

In all seriousness, the more I learn about this guy, the more I think he’s actually a really decent human being. One of the good ones.
  • 7 0
 @TheR: Not many people during that time liked Reggie. He was a killer on the court.
  • 10 1
 @Mattyfury: That Pacers team with Reggie, Rik Smitts and the Davis brothers should of won the title.
  • 6 0
 And Mark Jackson at PG of course!
  • 3 0
 @MikeyMT: Don't forget Mark Jackson!
  • 1 0
 I used to hate him as an announcer (well not really hate but was never my favorite) but he has grown on me more and more.
  • 6 0
 @MikeyMT: and Mark Jackson I still find insufferable
  • 4 0
 NBA Jam whenever someone picked the Pacers ...


*huge eye roll*
  • 2 0
 @schofell84: Ewing/Starks was the best squad to roll - on SNES at least.
  • 2 0
 @MikeyMT: And Chis Mullin bro....
  • 1 0
 @TheR: Lol reggie n pacers almost eliminated jordan n bulls in 98 ecf.
  • 1 0
 @kawkaw: Yep. But they didn't eliminate the Bulls like they did the Knicks, what, a year later?
  • 3 0
 Amen. Hated Reg as a Laker fan, but love him as an announcer. Big-brained and speaks truth. Killer he's a rider too. Represent Reggie!
  • 4 0
 Hands around throat back in the 90s.....That dude killed us.
  • 27 0
 "I will commit myself to the production of XXXXXL Frames!"
  • 11 0
 Reggie is spot on about diversity and kids on bikes. The biggest hurdle is just the price of bikes. Even then, lets say a family of color wants to get into mountain biking for their kid. They walk into a LBS and there is 90% only expensive junk being sold...unless its a Norco shop (or RM to a far lesser extent). So its expensive and all the bikes aren't fun, capable bikes...they are heavy garbage with crazy geo, tank wheels and useless coil forks.

Cities are where the diversity is anyways, so mountain biking is usually not the right bike. I'd love to see Reggie help get more kids on BMX bikes. Its the right bike for all those kids, and they are WAY cheaper and WAY better at developing foundational bike skills than any other discipline...and they are built for cities/skate parks/pumptracks/neighborhoods. Plus they are cool in urban culture and there are already diverse BMX heros on BMX bikes like Brad Simms etc. They just need to push that out...then we will have diversity on bikes. Its not going to be a mountain biking thing if its really going to scale.
  • 3 4
 The price doesn't change for a white family. Still a hurdle. Same selection at the LBS for all people.
  • 3 0
 Well said. Check out what this guy is up to. Wheelie bikes are where it's at for inner city kids.

www.instagram.com/rrdblocks

Sure, it's not the same type of biking that most of us are in to, but bikes is bikes!
  • 12 0
 The article references Tim Commerford briefly but he absolutely shreds. Here's a video of him rdiing with Cam McCaul:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhCJiQ3jTyQ
  • 1 1
 RATM was my favorite band before seeing that video or hearing about Tim introducing Reggie to the sport. Dang.
  • 6 0
 Mofo out there doing backflips? What the hell?!
  • 10 1
 What's wrong with buying a cheap hardtail second hand? My first proper mountain bike at 11 was my brother's hand me down '93 Fire Mountain - it was amazing!
Why should people be starting on Full suspension bikes? Most of the world are not riding trails found in Squamish.
  • 1 0
 As of right now, there are no cheap second hand bikes. But still, you don't need anything fancy. My longer income GF bought cheap hardtails for her boys, they don't know the difference as young boys new to riding.
  • 10 1
 BOOM BABY
  • 5 1
 Love this! Reggie is one of my favorite cyclist follows on IG and as an avid Phoenix Suns/NBA fan he’s one of my favorite hoop follows. To parrot what’s already been said above I am in total support of seeing POC involved in outdoor sports as it’s pretty monochromatic on the trails.
  • 3 0
 Reggie is the real deal, love having my two favorite sports see this kind of crossover. I think Kevin Durant has also made cycling part of his offseason training and remember reading Ricky Rubio mountain bikes in the offseason, but can't find it now.
  • 3 0
 I have noticed that areas that build bike parks are able to get a lot of new and more diverse riders out on bikes. Getting a decent bike and being able to get out to trails frequently is fairly expensive even from just a time commitment. Having a bike park the kids can ride to on their own and ride with a cheap 100 used bike is awesome. I have seen 10 year old kids hitting some nice jumps and thinking to myself, the future is already outclassing me.
  • 3 0
 Reggie - I hope you are listening.

What has to happen is transportation and bikes. So we need to organize and funnel money (from sponsors and non-profits) to LBS in larger population areas. With this money we purchase shuttle vans with racks on the back and a fleet of bikes. The shuttle runs to the bike parks and locations a few times a week bringing different groups of kids

Shops get the kids working internships, etc..

This has been an idea of mine for years.

Why is this the best idea? I helps NO KID to hand him/her a bike. But take him riding and expose it and we have developed a MUCH MORE important characteristic. Motivation to succeed.
  • 3 0
 or bring the mountain to the people. Work with cities to install pump tracks and skills tracks on empty city owned lots. We have a lot near my house with a 25-30 ft high hill on it. No buildings were going to be built on it and finally the city agreed to turn it into a bike park. 1 pump track, 1 mini skills and 3 graduated jump lines. Place gets packed anytime the weather is nice and kids are out of school. Pump tracks and jump lines are going in other surrounding cities as well.
  • 5 2
 This dude is a joke in my opinion. I have raced a few XC races with him in Southern California and he seems to think he should be treated like royalty for some reason. Had to have a cordial conversation with him on Instagram regarding some comments that he made and he just decided to block me instead. Grown man that can't handle being called out on his BS
  • 4 0
 I have seen him at a ton of our local races. If it wasn't for his size, I wouldn't have even known he was there. Not sure how that is royalty.
  • 2 0
 inspectah deck Cheryl letting Reggie play himself bragging about scoring 80-something before their dad says “cool. Cheryl scores 100 tonight”...not sure if that’s how it goes but that’s how I remember it and it’s the story that made me like Reggie Miller forever.
  • 4 0
 I don't follow B ball at all and walked into my LBS not too long ago and started chatting to this dude about his brand new SC Blur. Nice dude....turns out it was him lol.
  • 1 0
 Does the Blur even come in an XXL? I’m a little over 6-5 so I can relate to his pain in finding bikes that fit.
  • 3 0
 I thought he rode an XXL Tallboy.
  • 1 0
 @gdharries: That's definitely a Tallboy in the pic. The blur has not been released that color scheme I don't think since its reinception and that doesn't look like a SID anyway which is the only RS fork they would put on the Blur.
  • 1 0
 @gdharries: that’s what I thought too. I’ve only seen him on a Tallboy.
  • 1 0
 Rides an XL. I asked him at the last race I saw him at.
  • 1 0
 @JSTootell: he’s 6 feet 7 inches so I find it hard to believe he wouldn’t be on the XXL Tallboy.
  • 1 0
 @extratalldirtrider: POssible I misheard him, but that is what I heard.
  • 2 0
 I'm so excited to hear this. I had the pleasure to race against Reggie at the Bonelli Park XCT in SoCal race a few years back. In addition to being super gracious, encouraging, and supportive to all the junior and other riders, he absolutely killed it out on the XC race course. No doubt, he'll have a great influence on USAC and will help grow the sport.
  • 2 0
 Downtime podcast had a great show on racism and diversity in mountain biking back in October with Eliot Jackson and Phil Young. If anything, it helped me correct my assumptions on why our community isn’t as diverse as it could be. Yes, part of it is cost but part of it is also understanding that maybe we (and our sport) aren’t as approachable as we think. Reaching out to different communities should be a two way street where we can both offer up something new and be open enough to receive the same in return.
  • 1 0
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The most popular bicycle model—and most popular vehicle of any kind in the world—is the Chinese Flying Pigeon, with about 500 million produced.[1]
Classic bell of a bicycle
Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century in Europe, and by the early 21st century, more than 1 billion were in existence at a given time.[1][2][3] These numbers far exceed the number of cars, both in total and ranked by the number of individual models produced.[4][5][6] They are the principal means of transportation in many regions. They also provide a popular form of recreation, and have been adapted for use as children's toys, general fitness, military and police applications, courier services, bicycle racing, and bicycle stunts
  • 1 0
 Mtb = Good, Reggie = Good, Diversity in cycling = Good. No Forests in inner cities = Bad, Mtb's cost thousands of dollars = Bad, Lower incomes no matter race cant afford to Mountain Bike = Bad. SOLUTION - Non Profit buys bikes and gear and drive kids to forests to use them and teach riding and mechanic skills.
  • 3 0
 My kid is into Basketball - biking is secondary - maybe Reggie can show him the way!
  • 2 0
 I met and talked with him at a BB camp and since have always been a fan of Reggie... no matter what team he played for. This just makes me a bigger fan.
  • 1 0
 Barry Bonds is an avid cyclist as well (just road as far as I can tell). The fact that cycling in all forms is a lifelong sport/activity is pretty cool.
  • 2 0
 Bo Jackson big cyclist.
  • 7 0
 @CantClimb: If you watch the 30 for 30 on Bo...I'm not sure they make components or frames that could handle that...
Such a shame his athletic career got cut short. He was from another planet.
  • 3 0
 Bonds had the PED creds, at least! The Cream and The Clear, for the win!
  • 4 0
 @aaronjb: Not sure he'd find a helmet that fit during his playing days.
  • 2 0
 Go Reggie! My two loves, basketball and mtb. He's gotta a good head also. Should make for a great addition!
  • 1 0
 I hope this is a non paid board seat and not just a celebrity hire. How about all the DOWNHILL riders hit up Reggie to let them know usac does nothing for USA Downhill.
  • 1 0
 Next time I run into him I will mention it.
  • 1 0
 Reggie Miller is my all time fav. Jordan n bulls were on the ropes in 97 ecf against the pacers. That game 7 loss still hurts lol
  • 2 0
 You mean Sprewell right? Just kidding, Miller was lights out.
  • 1 0
 @robito: haha yh man i'm a knicks closet fan, those were the golden years.
  • 2 0
 I watch a lot of basketball and Reggie gives shout outs to cyclists all the time when he's calling an NBA game.
  • 1 0
 As stated by the great Fabolous:

"Don't want no beef, all your stories is veggie
Heard 'bout my shooters, all the stories is Reggie
Miller"
  • 1 0
 i mean, does USAC help get ANYBODY on bikes?! all they do is make it harder than necessary to put on events.

just focus on getting HUMANS on bikes first. sheesh.
  • 1 0
 Cultural Appropriation can be shared between sports, I yell "Kobe" when shooting trash for the bin, and yell "Jordie" on ball tearing shoots or "Magazza" on Dirt hits.
  • 5 3
 Get Spike Lee on that board PRONTO!
  • 1 0
 Yes! Hope this can lead to growing the sport, in trail builds and pump tracks and getting some new faces outside!
  • 2 0
 Its Miller Time, scores a point for Grow Cycling.
  • 1 0
 It's always fun to learn celebrities we know and love are into the same hobbies we are.
  • 2 0
 i remember reading that Chris Cornell was big into mountain biking. RIP
  • 1 0
 Saw also in Gwin's IG that Jon"Bones"Jones and Cowboy Cerrone ride their bikes. Biking is now part of mma cross training.
  • 4 5
 Cost is not the barrier. People in the hood will spend thousands on a box Chevy. There is no “barrier”. It’s just a “cool” hobby in the hood. When you see rappers bombing down whistler maybe that will change
  • 1 0
 MTB, like the big pun, should not discriminate, but regulate every shade of that ass.
  • 1 0
 Jeez, once again the comment section is affirmed as the toilet of the internet.
  • 2 0
 It's a choke!
  • 1 0
 Where's the baggies? Wore them in Indy.
  • 1 0
 Reggie Miller looking good
  • 1 0
 someone get this giraffe some 900mm handlebars
  • 1 0
 If USA Cycling wasn't a shitty organization already.
  • 2 2
 Only American commenter's...
  • 25 0
 It's almost as if the article is about USA cycling.
  • 3 12
flag cuban-b (Dec 9, 2020 at 9:08) (Below Threshold)
 Unless it’s Jordan or Kobe, non Americans don’t really follow the nba
  • 6 0
 @cuban-b: This isn't true anymore. The NBA is pretty international. Giannis, Dirk, Luka, Embid, Ben Simons, Kristaps, Yao, Joker are all stars. Its not Soccer but the NBA has a big international presents and has big revenue streams based on it too.
  • 5 0
 not even remotely true, NBA on its way to being like soccer. Look at contracts signed by NBA has beens in places like China/europe/etc.
  • 5 8
 @jamessmurthwaite typo in the hed and slug
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