Runnin’ with Rani: Sam Anderson-Moxley is the ‘new kid on the block’ in Big Island cycling scene
By Rani Henderson Special to West Hawaii Today | Friday, September 25, 2020, 12:05 a.m.
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Sam Anderson-Moxley does a wheelie with his road bike. (Bruton Gaster/Courtesy Photo)
Waikoloa's Sam Anderson-Moxley won the Virtual Kua Bay Individual Time Trial, a 12.2-mile cycling road race, in a time of 27:40. The win was his second consecutive victory of time trial events put on by the Hawaii Cycling Club. (Bruton Gaster/Courtesy Photo)
Sam Anderson-Moxley moved to the Big Island in January and teaches an eighth grade science class online for a middle school in California. He is also a semi-professional road cyclist. (Bruton Gaster/Courtesy Photo)
After winning two consecutive individual cycling time trials organized by the Hawaii Cycling Club (HCC), it’s time to get to know a little more about the “new kid on the block” in Big Island cycling.