Meet Team TIAA-CREF Riders As They Refuel at Chipotle!

Owned and managed by Slipstream Sports, a sports marketing and development company led by Jonathan Vaughters, former number one-ranked U.S. cyclist, Team TIAA-CREF features some of the country’s top cyclists in pursuit of a singular goal: becoming the next world champions, Olympians and Tour de France Winners. Riders, including 3-time World Champion and new 2006 team member Danny Pate, will be on hand to greet fans as they dine at Chipotle’s San Francisco and Santa Barbara restaurants on February 17th and 24th, respectively.

A Team with Integrity, Fueled by Food with Integrity Riders for Team TIAA-CREF are among the most finely tuned athletes in the country and their diet is a critical component of training, conditioning, and daily lifestyle. These professional cyclists seek only the freshest, most wholesome foods for maximum performance. As the youngest riders competing against some of the world’s best professionals in a race touted as the U.S.A.’s “Tour de France,” it is critical that Team TIAA-CREF members get the nourishment they need to finish big. That’s why they chose Chipotle as they prepare for, and race in, the 600-mile course.

Visit Details Chipotle San Francisco Friday, February 17, 1:30 PM 126 New Montgomery San Francisco, CA 94105

Chipotle Santa Barbara Friday, February 24, 6:30 PM 723 State St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Contact: Marya Pongrace Peppercommotions for Slipstream 212-931-6142

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