Efren Reyes Jr. is arguably Go For Gold's underrated all-rounder who hails from the World's Bangus Capital, Dagupan City, in the Province of Pangasinan.
Ronald Nozuelo Oranza was born on 2 December 1992 in Barangay San Nicolas, Villasis Town, in the Province of Pangasinan. The five-foot-ten Navy all-rounder is the youngest among eleven children of farmer Daniel Fabro Oranza and Barangay Health Worker Oranza Dominga Nozuelo Oranza.
The Philippine Navy all-rounder, El Joshua Cariño, is the 21st Pangasinan cycling great since his province mate Rufino Gabot won the cycling championship in the eight-day Tour of Luzon in 1957. Since then, the next races have marked the domination of Pangasinenses in Philippine cycling history.
ABS-CBN complex used to be the compound of the state-run Maharlika Broadcasting System (now PTV-4), under the National Media Production Center and the Bureau of Broadcast Services after the Marcos administration sequestered the former's facilities following the martial law declaration in 1972.
Go For Gold Continental rider, Joshua Mari Bonifacio, was born on 1 February 1999, in San Marcelino, Province of Zambales.
Go For Gold Time Trialist Marcryan Lago was born on 13 July 2001 in Taguig City. Lago is the fifth among the eight children of the first Filipino gold medalist in Duathlon, Ryan Mendoza, who is now part of the regular force of the Philippine Air Force and Vilma Lago, a homemaker.
In 2019, Jericho Lucero participated in his first UCI race in PRUride PH, held at SBMA, Zambales. Jericho Lucero placed third in the U23 Category while his teammate Daniel Ven Cariño was declared the three-day race champion in the U23 Category of that UCI 2.2 race.