Jason has held every job imaginable in the bicycle industry in his 20 plus years of experience. From starting as the part time kid after school selling and fixing bikes to Service Manager to coach to repair class instructor to fitter to his current position as General Manager of Bikeworks. Jason has seen and done it all. He brings that depth of knowledge to ensuring you get set up with the proper equipment to fulfill your goals on a bicycle. Whether it’s a new custom Seven or the first bike with training wheels; he is here to help! He can be a walking encyclopedia of anything and everything bicycle related.
When Jason is not at the shop, he can be found out on his bicycle. He has been racing for over 20 years and still can be found competing out on the road, mountain, or track. If you need a new road or trail to explore, just ask Jason!
Jeff came to Bikeworks as a mechanic after doing very different types of mechanic gigs. Jeff served in the United States Marine Corps as an F/A-18 jet mechanic. In civilian life Jeff worked for 20 years in the motorcycle industry as a mechanic, service manager, and field service rep for Suzuki Cycles.
Jeff has been riding bikes for about 12 years. You’ll usually find him on some technical mountain bike trail like French Creek, Green Lane, or Bear Creek. He’s looking forward to branching out this season on a Seven Evergreen. He even foresees some CX events in the near future. Jeff really enjoys helping to get new riders out on the trails and into mountain bike riding.
Jeff, along with his wife Nicole, has a son, Christopher, who is 10. Chris enjoys going on mountain bike rides with his father and can also be found on a BMX bike.
Steve has been a cycling enthusiast his whole life and brings over 25 years years of consultative sales and customer service to the team.
When Steve isn't at the shop, he's riding his bike on the trails. Steve also love's playing guitar and sailing with his wife Holly.
I’ve been riding a half bike since 1974 and bought my first long bike, a Santana tandem, in 1986 so I could share my love of cycling with my future wife. Not long after we got married, we bought a custom tandem and my kids each completed their first century on the back of that bike; my son at age 9 and my daughter at age 11.
I spent several years in the bike industry as a professional mechanic in two different shops, wrenched two years for a seasonal local pro team and provided support for several cross-state rides.
My daughter and I currently serve as consultants, mechanics and tandem coaches for West Chester University’s branch of Camp Abilities. The program provides sight impaired students with instruction in different sports and ends with the blind athletes competing in a triathlon.
I enjoy riding rollers in the off season, metrics and centuries on any terrain and consider it a good day when it has been spent riding the back roads of Berks and Montgomery counties.
Linda has been working at the bike shop beginning on 7 years. You will find her starting in April And finishing up in September, where she then goes to Buckmans Ski shop for her winter gig.
Linda loves riding either her Seven on the road or her hybrid on the Perk trail with her husband Joe of 40 years. They recently purchased a New Airstream Travel Trailer and you will always see 2 bikes on the back as they are traveling around.
They have been putting on the miles from the East Coast to the West Coast.
Garrett may have been riding and racing bicycles before bicycles were called bicycles. He has been a long time fixture on the area group rides and races. From racing with on the old Pennsylvania Bicycle Club on the road and track mentoring new riders both young and old; Garrett has had a huge impact on where and how we ride today. He is also a very knowledgeable resource on older road bikes and equipment. If you have a question about a Campagnolo hub from 1965, Garrett is the man. When Garrett is not hanging out at the shop, he can be found brewing his own yummy beers to working on vintage cars to taking long touring trips with his wife.
Michelle & Bill
It all started in 1992, when Michelle and Bill met on a SCU bike ride. In 1995 they got married on bikes and then, in 1998, they opened Indian Valley Bikeworks. They have gone from racing, to paceline riding, to Burley trailer towing, to mountain biking, to trail riding and remain avid cycle enthusiats today. They are very grateful that Bikeworks will be celebrating 20 years in 2018. They would like to thank you for all of your continued support.