High Road is a story of resilience, persistence and strength. Meg Fisher has been on the start line of countless paracycling races – she’s won World Championships and Olympic medals. Jack Berry, just 14 years old, has never raced his bicycle, having only recently recovered from a battle with cancer. Together, they prepare to take on a local gravel challenge thanks to Meg’s advocacy for the inclusion of a para cycling category. Though they have each lost a leg in their own challenging stories, Meg and Jack show us there is always a reason to keep pushing – to keep riding. Executive Producer(s) – Colin Keaveney (@colinkeaveney), Dan Riordan, Lindsey Hagen (@linze3) Head of Production – Aaron Schurman (@jewcydad) Director – Lindsey Hagen (@linze3) Producer – Lauren Todd (@lautodd_) Director of Photography – Chris Naum (@chris_naum) Post Supervisor – CJ Taglione (@cjtaglione) 1st Assistant Camera – Evan Grainger (@evan_grainger) BTS Photographer – Kyle Stansbury (@kylestansburyphotography) Grip/Gaffer – Seth Warren (@elementsmixedmedia) Editor(s) – Jordan Ingram (@stabilityfilms), Chris Naum (@chris_naum) Audio Tech – Arrowroot Productions (@arrowrootproductions) Sound Design/Mix/Color -Jared Blizzard (@jaredblizzard) Cover Art + Design – Evan Grainger (@evan_grainger) Talent – Meg Fisher (@megfisher), Jack Berry (@j_berry84) SPECIAL THANKS The Berrys Cannondale (@ridecannondale) Outride (@outride) Montana Gravel Challenge (@montanagravelchallenge) Jack’s Army Dana Farber Cancer Institute The Jimmy Fund (@thejimmyfund) A Step Ahead Prosthetics (@astepaheadprosthetics) Born to Run Foundation (@theborntorunfoundation) Keep up with Cannondale: https://bit.ly/3Dcdsuy