The staff here at Old Town is our most valuable resource. Not only are they exceptionally knowledgeable, they are each committed to
listening to a customer's concerns and goals for bike riding. Most of our staff have decades of experience riding, fixing, and talking
bikes--no matter what your question is, we can help.
In addition to being keen cyclists, our staff also count themselves as community members. Old Town Bike Shop was founded as a community-minded
business, and it has continued over these last 40 years to uphold its commitment to Colorado Springs. Old Town's staff are more
than just employees, they're your neighbors as well. Through recycling programs, solar panel installation, bike maintenance classes,
outreach days with UCCS, sponsoring and volunteering at events,running a separate, free bike clinic to help those in need,
helping with trail work, or just getting out to ride, the Old Town staff are excited to help improve cycling in Colorado Springs.
40 years in bike shops
The owner and founder of Old Town, John continues to run his business on the
same principles with which he started: take care of your customers and employees, sell quality products
and service, and tend to the environment.
27 years in bike shops
Old Town's manager, Tim raced road, mountain, track, and cyclocross for over 20 years.
He enjoys watching motocycle and auto racing. Given the choice, he'll always go for the outdoors.
10 years in bike shops
A CO native, Gary was born in the Springs and raised his family in Gunnison. He's been mountain
biking since the early '80s, with the climb from Crested Butte to Aspen over Pearl Pass standing out as his favorite annual ride.
17 years in bike shops
Obsessed with bikes and mountains from a young age,
Ted grew up skiing, riding, and climbing. He suffers from a severe mountain bike addiction with no plans for recovery.
He hasn't owned a car in over 17 years.
20 years in bike shops
As a 20-year veteran, Chris continues to enjoy working on bikes, keeping up with the
latest tech, and helping customers enjoy the ride. He can usually be found in the Colorado backcountry on his
30 years in bike shops
This fellow can be found in summer or winter in toe-shoes or snowshoes,
wandering around in the mountains. When he's not waxing poetic in birthday cards he's most likely
to be found hiking deep in the mountains.
35 years in bike shops
A former racer, bike builder, shop owner, and all-around bike guru, Brian began riding bikes with the likes of
Don McClun and Mike Rust. He also owns and operates the
Bike Clinic Too, a free bike shop for those in need.
4 years in bike shops
A retired engineer, Mike now spends his time making your bike better.
In the summer he rides, hikes, and fishes; in the winter he straps on cross-country skis or snowshoes.
As well as a fully-qualified wrench, Joe is a professional track cyclist
for Team USA. When he's not riding bikes, he's exploring and taking photos.
2 years in bike shops
Eli discovered his passion for bikes in Nagasaki, Japan. A vegan roadie
and cook, Eli moved to Colorado to pursue racing in earnest.