MadSync, LLP is a collaboration between Dr. Keith Nordstrom and Alan Enos, who designed and built the application
to help them manage a cycling team in their spare time. With the help of this application - and a dedicated board of 15 members - they grew a
small team of 20 into a well-respected and successful Colorado cycling club of 75 members. The best part: they were able to ride their bikes the entire time.
Use of the MadSync software is currently free. However, there are some fees that may apply.
Information about MadSync's current (and future) pricing may be found here.
Note: The following links are all run on our application via our CMS functionality.
*The 2011 MadSync club contest
is meant to reward those organizations fully utilizing their MadSync site. Click for details.
Dr. Keith Nordstrom, PhD. moved to Colorado from New England in 1993, in order to attend graduate school
at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
After receiving his doctorate in Physics in 2002, he worked for several years as a postdoctoral research assistant, working with Hydroclimatological theory and modeling. In 2006, funding for
Keith has been riding bikes since 1993, and began racing on the road in 2004. In 2005, Keith and Alan took over the reigns of
the cycling club they had just joined, the GS Boulder Cycling Club ("Team Boulder"), and set out to resurrect it as
a serious group of Front Range cyclists. Under their direction, and with the indispensible use of MadSync prototype software,
GS Boulder Cycling grew from 20 somewhat uninvolved members to its current size, which is capped around 75 riders.
Keith currently holds a Category III racing license under both the American Cycling Association and the USA Cycling Federation and races between 20 and 40 races a year.
Like most Cat IIIs, he is convinced he is destined to be a Cat II – if he could only win more often.
Alan Enos has a BS in Engineering Physics and a MEng in Applied Physics, both from Cornell University. At Cornell, he balanced athletics and academics, competing on the track, cross-country, and cycling teams while a Cornell Tradition Fellow. A competitive cyclist since 1999, Alan holds a category 3 license from the American Cycling Association and USA Cycling, and is also an avid Nordic skier and runner.
Since 2006, Alan has used the MadSync application software to both create and expand the Haystack Mountain Time Trials and to resurrect the Niwot Criterium. These events have grown to become two of Colorado’s best-attended amateur cycling events drawing 500-700 racers each.
A systems engineer at Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation, Alan has designed and built test equipment for several missions, including the Mars Rovers, Kepler, and NPP. He has also worked on classified defense projects and holds an SSBI Department of Defense security clearance. Alan uses CSTOL and Visual Basic for the majority of his testing, though he is also fluent in a variety of programming languages, including C++.
Alan lives in Boulder, CO with his wife Heather and their cat Lefty.