Timm Peddie was a track and road cyclist who attended college at the University of Colorado, where in 1991 he won the collegiate title on the track in the omnium. Peddie then made the 1992 Olympic team, riding in the road race. Peddie raced for a few more years, but did not continue a cycling career. He went back to school at the University of Texas, where he earned a graduate degree in electrical engineering and an MBA.
Peddie served on the US Olympic Committee from 1996-2000 and was instrumental in helping start the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). He went into the business world, starting his own companies, including NanoFiber Veterinary and then later working as a consultant to InterContinental Hotels Group.