Meet the Crew

Established in 2019, RAD Apparel was started by brothers John and Ryan Craft with the mission of putting the soul back into cycling apparel. Fed up with high prices and limited options, we set out to build an apparel line that not only performs on the trail, but also looks and feels great off of it.  All of our lifestyle apparel is printed locally in Colorado using recycled materials. Keep scrolling to meet the RAD crew and the ambassadors we support!
John Craft RAD Apparel at Palmer Park

John is a native Coloradan who has been a bike fanatic ever since stepping over one in 2009. While his time in cycling has been short, he makes up for it in his rabid dedication to the sport. Having tried almost every piece of apparel the industry had to offer, he decided that most of it wasn’t worth the fabric it was printed on. Enter RAD Apparel. John knew there was a better way to make awesome clothing that performed as it should on the trail but didn’t break the bank.

Ryan Craft RAD apparel Gnarly B's jersey at Pueblo reservoir
Ryan, who happens to be John’s little brother has been working in the cycling industry since 2010. He has held positions in various different bike shops, most notably Colorado Cyclist and the award-winning Boulder Cycle Sport. Ryan manages the day to day operations of RAD Apparel. Got questions about one of our pieces of apparel, or just want to talk bikes? Ryan's your man.

Adam Noffsinger RAD Ambassador Trail Chaser t shirt

Adam is also another Colorado native and serves as the lead ambassador and events coordinator for RAD Apparel. Need someone to help set up and run an event tent with two hours notice? Adams your guy. Gotta have somebody that is so crazy about bikes and living the RAD lifestyle that you can actually feel the passion when you talk to him? Adam's your guy. Adam is a jack of all trades and has the riding skills to back it up.


Gabe Rivera RAD ambassador

I'm Gabe, a full time college student, barista, bartender, distillery assistant and Enduro racer. Ive race for the last 6 years, the last two being in the pro field. while landing on some podiums along the way. Most notably the 2019 national championship Enduro. My favorite ride in the Front Range area would have to be Elk Park to the Missing Link.