Our Staff. Our Family.
At CycleWorks we believe family is important to any community. Thats why we consider our staff our family. We also consider each and every customer an extension of that family. We want to help encourage a healthier family lifestyle in our community.
Ben's love for bicycles began when he started racing bikes as a kid. Ben has been repairing bikes for 15 years, today he enjoys helping people fall in love with bicycling.
Ben has attended and graduated from the Bicycle Repair and Overhaul, Suspension Tuning and Service, and advanced wheel building at Barnett Bicycle Institute .
Carlette enjoys teaching people of the importance of bicycle safety. With a background in emergency medicine she would love to see a helmet on every child.
Bicycles allow me to have fun and get exercise while exploring my surroundings. They give me a chance to experience new and familiar places in a more personal way than in a car. I want everyone to be able to enjoy the excitement and freedom that riding a bicycle can bring.
Matt has attended and graduated from the Bicycle Repair and Overhaul course at Barnett Bicycle Institute.
What I love about bicycles is, to me, they represent freedom. When I was 8 years old and got my first new red Schwinn Stingray, that's what I had, freedom. Freedom to be able to go to my friends house and anywhere else my mother might let me go. Even to this day, when I get on my bike I still get that feeling of being 8 again.
Chris has attended and graduated from Bicycle Assembly and Maintenance, and Advanced Wheel Building course at Barnett Bicycle Institute.
Jesse grew up racing road bikes in Mexico. At an early age he started tinkering on and customizing his bikes. He love for cycling grew into a passion for repairing them and helping people. Jesse has been a cyclist for over 40 years and loves helping new riders fall in love with bikes.
Jesse Attended and graduated from the Bicycle Repair and Overhaul course at Barnett Bicycle Institute.