Juno has been very effective at getting messy, carrying away plastic bottles and keeping moral high. She has been there through thick and thin and kept our visitors company when we are still working on projects. Juno is also one of our backup drivers in case Matt gets sick prior to the race.
Matt Fisher is a professional DownHill Mountain Biker. He has a passion for creativity and has started the road to a second degree in Industrial design at Metro State College of Denver. He works at University bikes when he is not racing or attending school and doesn't like to call himself a Designer, but rather a problem solver.
Jeremiah Hueske is an Industrial Designer at Display Devices. He is also a student at Metro State College of Denver. He is studying Industrial design with Matt and Josh. Jeremiah has been doing the CAD rendering and modeling for the project as well as putting in long hours at the shop sanding, welding, you name it!
Sandra Hueske has been our costume coordinator and upholsterer. She has been helping out on the car as well, sanding, sanding and...you guessed it, Sanding. She is continuing her education with a degree in Architecture, is originally from Germany and speaks at least 3 languages and is starting to learn Chinese now!
Josh McGuckin is a Professional photographer who has worked in the cycling and automotive industries. Along with Jeremiah and Matt he is currently working on a Degree in Industrial design from Metro State College of Denver. Josh really enjoys creating things whether they be with light in a camera or with materials, imagination and his hands. He works for a company called Excel Sports Boulder where he is the creative director, a sales guy, a photographer and problem solver for many things that come up.
We clearly have gone way above and beyond what is called for with the soap box race, but that is because we all are enjoying the process of learning and building the best soap box car we can.
Josh has become the Media liaison for our crew and if you need to contact us for any reason feel free to send a note to
James Olson is a web developer with a knack at being good at everything. He decided one day that he wanted a rock crawler and built one from the ground up. He has been an incredible resource in just about every aspect of the build. His father has generously put up with our mess and given us space to work as well!