It’s been a while since my last update and I apologize for being out of touch – I’ve been pretty busy.
Since my last post, I’ve wrapped up my career with Allanti Bicycle Company in Brentwood, Tennessee; driven 2500 miles cross-country to Portland, Oregon while stopping to watch the Tour of Missouri and to ride in Boulder, CO and Boise, ID (more on the trip later once I have the pictures ready…); spent time with my wife and son whom I hadn’t seen in 7 weeks and travelled to Las Vegas for the Interbike trade show. One busy month!
Well, this coming Tuesday hopefully marks the beginning of a new page in m life with new opportunities to forge relationships and help people to love this sport that is so important and meaningful to me. Tuesday morning I’ll start working for the venerable Bike Gallery in their awesome Beaverton, Oregon store (pictured above). Bike Gallery is Oregon’s largest bicycle retailer and may be the largest Trek dealer in the United States. They have a long reputation for emphasizing the relationship and integrity over the “sale” and I can’t wait to begin working with another company that shares my values. Bike Gallery also sells Lemond, Gary Fisher, Orbea, Co-Motion and a wide array of other fantastic products. I’ll say again; I’m really excited for this opportunity.
You can learn more about BG by visiting their website: http://bikegallery.com. For those of you who are friends and former clients (or both…), I’ll invite you to stop by and visit. The address, phone number, and a map to the location can be found here on the website.
Finally, if there is anything that I can do to help you better enjoy your cycling experience – I now have a new medium to help you – so don’t hesitate to ask. Stop by the store and I’ll see what I can do. I’ll look forward to seeing you!
Thanks for reading.