Trombone player turned cyclist Chris Murphy has a brachial plexus injury , but despite his disability, is an extremely accomplished athlete. Formerly a musician for Disneyland, Chris began cycling a few years ago as a means to beat the Los Angeles traffic before he started competing. Now, Chris has several rankings under his belt, including making the U.S. Paralympics Cycling National Team in 2014, winning two national championships in track cycling, and is tied for sixth in the world rankings in the C5 class. Chris’ inspiration to become a cyclist came from reading about another para-cyclist with similar limitations, and he hopes to also inspire confidence in others who read about his story.
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