Team Sho-Air has announced that long time team manager and U.S. Cup marketing director has formed a new company outside of the cycling industry. Ty will still retain his ownership shares in Team Sho-Air Inc. and work closely with company president R. Scott Tedro as partner for all of team Sho-Air’s projects.
Kady is now owner and sole proprietor of Next Level Performance Coaching and will advise top tier A.M.A. motocross athletes starting immediately. Team Sho-Air has signed on as title sponsor of Next Level Performance Coaching for the next three years, where Kady will use his vast professional experience as a former AMA motocross rider, a five time U.S. National cycling champion as well as his team Sho-Air cycling director experience to help elevate his athlete’s to the “Next Level”.
“We are excited for Ty, he’s been a great partner on all of team Sho-Air’s cycling related projects, commented company president R. Scott Tedro. “Ty’s professional background and passion has always been motocross and this opportunity for him to work with current A.M.A. Supercross racers is a perfect progression for him. He did an excellent job running and managing not only team Sho-Air, but the US Cup as well. Ty is always part of the Sho-Air family and we look forward to supporting him on this new business venture….. this is a true partnership.”
“I really can’t thank Scott enough, not just for his support in this recent opportunity, but the support he has given to cycling, our athletes and programs. Scott has been pushing me to go this direction for several years now, and finally it is the right time for me to take advantage of this opportunity”, commented Kady.
“To be able to be affiliated with Sho-Air is just too good to be true, it’s a great fit for what I am doing, plus I get the best of both worlds, and for that I am grateful. I take away a wealth of knowledge and experience from my time in cycling and working with some of the world’s best athlete’s. I look forward to this new opportunity that awaits.”
Above Photo – L-Rt – R. Scott Tedro, motocrosser Eric Bostrom and Ty Kady at the Sho-Air/Cannondale Team launch last November.
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