Jason Reser has been involved in the bicycle industry since he was a very, very young guy. He’s a former Ohio and Kentucky state mountain biking champion and spent all of high school employed at Bishop’s Bicycles. Since the beginning Jason has been seriously committed to bicycle advocacy. He spends as much time in the shop as he does lobbying for mountain bike trails and improvements for bicycling across the region.
When he’s not chasing around his son Max, Matt Baker can be seen overseeing the chaos of our shop. This is a man who has seen his own femoral artery and lived to tell the tale. Matt loves talking about bicycles, fixing bicycles, riding bicycles, and putting people on bicycles. He’s unafraid of life’s little challenges: from jumping his bicycle off of a house to being a dad to working on Huffys, Matt simply charges into the abyss.
Marty Sanders has been working on bikes for about eleven years and it shows in his amazing attention to detail. He’s been surrounded by bicycles his entire life and his dedication to the sport is unquestioned. When he’s not tearing up single track he’s building it at Devou Park. Marty fundraises for the American Lung Association in his spare time, and brings an incredible work ethic to any project he works on.
Greg Swartz is a fixture of our shop and is up to date on all the happenings in the bicycle industry. He’s been a racer and a commuter, and helps in leading and organizing our Tuesday night rides. If you’ve got a question about bikes or fit, chances are, Greg knows the answer.
Chase Anderson, native of Hotlanta, can be seen puzzling over busted Campagnolo components and then rebuilding them. It’s sort of like magic. Chase just swapped out his Chorus equipped Lotus for a beautiful new Stanyan. You can find him cruising all over Northern Kentucky. Chase brings a healthy dose of appreciation for bicycles and Grippos to our service team. He finds inspiration in David Lee Roth.