NVAYRK PARIA (formerly NVAYRK TERRONE) is a team with riders based out of London, New York and Nagoya, we enjoyed a successful debut season racing at Red Hook Criterium Series in 2015; however we ride and race in all disciplines, sharing all our cycling experiences. We have the ambition and drive to progress in future to more races in the cycling world.
Our race team and their performance will always be at the center of everything we do, however NVAYRK is much more than just a race team.
We have established our identity by bringing together the essence and the core of different cultures for a single project. We aspire to meet people as passionate about cycling and creativity as we are. It is a great privilege to channel all of this energy to support people who are looking to offer more to this culture, this movement and this way of life.
There’s a lot more to come and we’re extremely excited about 2018 and what lies ahead.
We hope you’ll join us on our journey.
NVAYRK PARIA Team
Michael grew up as a competitive ski racer in Colorado, the transition to bikes and the competitive environment is not an unnatural one. Though 2015 has been his first competitive season, it has gone very well and there is much more to come. Also an avid road racer, Michael trains and races road and track bikes. When not a track bike, you will find him training distance on his Tarmac, or racing in Road Races and Criteriums in NYC and the eastern seaboard.
Italian, more urban profile because he used to be a bike-messenger in London, “Fede” has been a linchpin to get all essential for the 2016 season and aspire to great things. It is a person who believes in teamwork and has shown from the first moment when he joined the NVAYRK family; he also has the virtue to see the competitions as something fun, which spreads to all those who make up the team and leads to celebrate any victory by “smaller” than this is.
Fede prepare himself for criteriums training at the Herne Hill velodrome and by participating at cyclocross races like Rapha Supercross Series and Incredibly Cross.
With a MTB background, Peter grew up in Slovakia as an ice hockey player becoming a Pro, always with passion for cycling which was also part of his training program. He rode in 2015 from London (UK) to his hometown Martin (Slovakia). A total of 1769 km in 76 hours (in 9 days across 6 countries) with 18,397m of elevation gain, also 2015 was his first competitive season on track.
Can't remember when I first rode on two wheels, my Old man raced in the 70's so suppose I had no choice. First it was BMX then MTB but once I was big enough to hop on a Track bike there was no going back. I raced at Herne Hill first, scratch races, devils and madisons I did the Good Friday meet when it first used the Olympic Track and even made it to Manchester for my first Junior Nationals I managed get in the top 10 for the Individual Pursuit riding for VC Loundres. But all that Track scene was a bit too "team GB" for me so when Nocturne was still at Smithfield I dipped my toes into the murky waters of Fixie Crits... and loved it.
Being a third generation cyclist, I’ve been riding and racing since a very young age. I’ve dabbled in a bit of road and cross over the years but track racing has always been my passion.
Having suffered with poor health throughout most of my childhood, I sadly contracted ME/CFS when I was 16 and was forced to leave school and give up cycling. My passion for cycling never faded and I started working as a cycling coach at Herne Hill Velodrome, where I still work today. Sharing the sport I love with other people kept the fire burning inside me and as my health started to improve, I was able to gradually make my way back into the competitive side of the sport and have loved every second of it.
Chiara Redaschi: My work focuses on fashion, cycling, travel and everything that captures my attention. In 2014, I started taking photos. I love the ability to take pictures of the "little moments". The little details that I focus on make me feel like a paparazzo. My photo are meant to show my view of the world and the feelings felt captured at each moment. The photos are a reflection of myself. P.S. I love New York City, travel and food.
There are many kind of artists, and there are many ways to express yourself. Photography is my way to capture, share and eternalize that one second, sometimes passed by in front of our eyes unnoticed. I like to link things that I love, I'm passionate about. So, I'm focused on cycling photography and lifestyle. I like to shoot my subject as it could be a frame of a movie and each frame tells a story. I search for the small details, unusual stuff, interesting compositions, drama. Photography is my art.