Steve Miller

Service and Sales, Extensive Repair Experience

What I do at the shop:  Bicycle repair and new bike builds

Years of Mechanical Experience:  41 years

Years of Cycling Experience:  Most of my life

Favorite Type of Cycling:  Road (single and tandem) and mountain

Other Hobbies and Interests:  Snowboarding, XC Skiing, and Fishing

How I Got Into Cycling:  As a child, that’s how you got around and I guess it just stuck with me. Only until later in life do you then realize what a great health and environmental benefit it is.


Sheri Colan

What I do at the shop: Being the owner I wear many hats- from managing employees to sales and planning group cycling trips. My favorite thing is helping people change their lives to become healthier and help them enjoy riding their bikes!

Years of Cycling Experience: 20

Favorite Type of Cycling: Endurance road riding and trail riding on our tandem 29 mountain bike with my husband.

Other Hobbies and Interests: Downhill snow skiing, reading, cooking, event planning, cross country skiing, water skiing, and kayaking.

How I Got Into Cycling: When our kids were young a neighbor friend asked us to join them at the Apple Cider Century Ride. We did 25 miles and have been riding since.

Favorite Cycling Story: In 2009 I had a plan to do as many “firsts” in my life as possible, and one of them was to do a century ride. I wasn’t concerned with how fast I went but wanted to complete the entire 100 miles. It was the toughest and most rewarding thing I’ve ever done.


Richard Papaleo

Service and Sales

What do I do at the shop: Service and Sales

Favorite place to ride: Tibet … now that’s crazy riding.

Favorite type of cycling: All types, except on a high wire across Niagara Falls.

Other hobbies and interests: Playing guitar, ceramics, painting, woodworking and roasting a fine batch of coffee.

How did you get into cycling: I asked for a bicycle on my 16th birthday instead of a car. Since my parents would not get me a car anyway, I got a sweet 10-speed.

Favorite cycling story: Years ago I talked my wife, Sue, into going to the “Tour de Swamp, Tour de Fields, Tour de Woods” road race, somewhere in Wisconsin. She asked how far away it was, I said only a “few hours”. It was 10 hours away! How was I suppose to know? She still reminds me about it. No Google Map at that time!


Doug Eubank

Inventory Specialist

What do I do at the shop: I work with inventory. Receiving, stocking, recording… I do a little bit of everything.

Favorite place to ride: Utah. Snow Basin Resort to be exact.

Favorite type of cycling: Single track.

Other hobbies and interests:  Triathlons, road (any distance), and off road (Xterra). Soccer.

How did you get into cycling: I got serious into cycling 6 years ago when my mom and I decided to sign up to do our first triathlon together.


Joe VanDenDriesseche

Service and Sales

What do I do at the shop: Help customers with all their cycling needs. I also diagnose issues and do repair work. 

Years of cycling experience: 30+ years

Favorite type of cycling: Roaming around aimlessly on two wheels.

Other hobbies and interests: What? there’s other things to do other besides ride my bike?

How I got into cycling: My highschool offered track racing as a PE class and loves it ever since.


Eric Millard

Fitter, Sales, Social Media, etc.

What do I do at the shop: A little bit of everything

Years of cycling experience: 19 years

Favorite type of cycling: There’s nothing better to me than waking up early and heading out on the road by myself trying to get myself lost. Cycling is my meditation, where I go to to find my freedom, to clear my head, contemplate life, and recharge.

Other hobbies and interests: I am a passionate musician. words can only express so much. Music and vibrations can express what words cannot. I am avid reader and writer. My main interests are philosophy and psychoanalytic’s.

How I got into cycling: It all started as a means of transportation while growing up, just going from place to place. Nothing much has changed since then…

Favorite Cycling Story: While growing up as a child, my sister and I would flip one of our bikes upside down, we would then take a water hose and point it at the rear tire to make water go everywhere. We would imagine that we were working at an ice cream shop and by spinning the wheel, we were making ice cream. Hey, we were kids