In the first of several upcoming announcements, Silber Pro Cycling is pleased to report a new partnership with Doc’s Skincare. Starting in 2016, Doc’s will provide our riders and staff with a robust line of skin care products, including their coveted Doc’s Natural Chamois Cream, Muscle Balm, Embrocation and Massage Oil.

Speaking before the start of the Tour of Alberta, team owner Scott McFarlane spoke to the importance of collaborating with Doc’s:

“We’ve had a great 2015 to date. Our riders and staff have shown up to races prepared and capable of executing race plans. I mean, we’ve won races but the atmosphere around the team is really great. Partnering with Doc’s Skincare is about making products available to better care for the athletes and staff. It’s also about working with people with whom you click immediately. Joshua “Doc” Barton and Jesus Sanchez are building a great company, and they share our passion for cycling. Our team just got better on and off the bike now that they’re involved.”

Doc’s Skincare was developed by Joshua Barton, MD, a practicing physician, competitive cyclist, and all-around lover of endurance sports in 2006. Dr. Barton was dissatisfied with the expensive and ineffective cycling creams on the market and decided to create better natural skincare products to help prevent the chafing.


It took four years, but with the help of formulation chemists, “Doc” Barton developed the best (in our opinion) cream to form a protective, anti-friction barrier between the skin and the modern chamois pad of the cyclist’s shorts. Doc’s All-Natural Chamois Cream™ was born.

OKAY. Now for the best part. Sign up for The Silber Bulletin Mailing List, and you could win all three. Yup! The Doc’s Chamois Cream, Doc’s Muscle Balm and Doc’s Natural Shower Gel.  So sign up below!


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We started our first season as a UCI continental team in 2014. It was a 5 Yr run as Silber Pro Cycling. In 2019 Floyd Landis became our title sponsor and was joined by Worthy Brewing as a presenting sponsor.

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