Sandy Springs Service Technician
Started Fixing Bikes Professionally: 2007
Started at Free-flite Bicyles: 2016 (previously 2007-2009)
Email Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Repair Certifications From:
- DT Swiss Wheel Builder (UK)
- Park Tool Mechanics School (UK)
- Trek University
- SRAM Certified Training
- Suspension Clinics - Rock Shox and Fox
- Shimano S-Tec Full Certification
- Shimano Tec Rep Regional Training
- Instructor for Park Tool School
- Campagnolo Expertise
- Fit Kit Level 3 Certification
- Retul Trained Fitter
What Kind of a Bike Do You Ride? Trek Stache 9.8 and Seven Axiom SL
How Many Bikes Have You Owned? 27
Most Important Information You Would Like a Service Customer to Know: Be aware of the noise coming from your bike. A well maintained, cleaned and properly lubricated bike is safe and quiet. Before every ride check your wheel quick release levers are secured properly.
Tell Us About Yourself: I have spent my entire life working with my hands, I started working in my local bike shop at 14. Then spent 10 years as an aircraft airframe technician, and the last 10 as a bike mechanic and bike fitter. I am passionate about bikes and have an obsessive attention to detail when it comes to bike repair, maintenance and fitting.
Likes: Road, Gravel, Mountain & Track Bicycling, Welsh Rugby, Motorcycles, Atlanta Falcons, Blue Ridge Mountains, Beer (current favorite Cadence from Reformation in Woodstock, GA).