Freddie Rodriguez

"Fast Freddie" Rodriguez is a former American professional cyclist. His nickname, Fast Freddie, is due to his reputation as a sprint specialist. Freddie is both a four-time National Road Race Champion and a four-time Tour of Georgia stage winner.

Other notable cycling accomplishments include, winning Stage 9 of the 2004 Giro d'Italia, which he accomplished by defeating Italian sprinter Alessandro Petacchi. Rodriguez finished a close second to Italian sprinter Mario Cipollini in both the 2002 Milan-San Remo and the 2002 Gent–Wevelgem.

Freddie has a deep personal interest in helping athletes and non-athletes understand the performance and health benefits associated with regular bouts of low intensity aerobic training. He is excited to share his vast knowledge on these topics with participants in his cycling classes.