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Adam Good, Paint, came to us after a couple of stints building cabins in Alaska and working the bike rental shop at Oregon’s Black Butte Ranch. He likes riding Oregon’s vast network of trails, but you might also spot him on water skis.
Ben Renich, a man of many skills whose handle is “Benelux”, was the first in our series of Bens, appearing here first in 2001, then taking a hiatus in 2008, only to return in 2010. Ben is a proud family man, a speedy runner, and a hard working machine!
Billy Truelove has a country star name, but really he’s better at running CNC mills and espresso machines. On a bicycle, he’s been spotted with a backward helmet and platform disco shoes
Bob, a master craftsman at brazing and finishing, was Co-Motion’s first full time hire. AKA “The Brazen Hussy” he came to us from Austin Texas in 1994. Needless to say, he's a fixture around here.
Looks tough, but he's one smooth character, and that's why we have him in sales. Look out for him on the 'cross circuit with his Co-Motion Demon cyclocross bike, where he's been terrorizing his fellow Co-Motion Factory Team racers.
Clara divides her leisure time between music and cycling, and is our newest ace in shipping and assembly. She proved her mettle in several shops in the midwest before landing in Eugene. Try to catch her on oboe in her quintet, or on her road bike at the Oregon Gran Fondo!
Whether he's at the lathe or swinging a torch, Curt's deep background in machining and bike fabrication makes him a great guy to have around, and he makes his passion for craftsmanship show in the work he produces.
When he’s not working on shop improvements, tooling, bike designs and workflow, Dan races in the Northwest as a Cat 2 and tries to keep his 3 kids in line.
Doug is a man of few words who lets his work speak for itself, and if you think of it that way, he's never been quiet! With a long history in the bike biz, Doug has been making our shipping department run like a top.
In the early days of Co-Motion, Dwan built all of the frames. Now, he can be found designing bikes, answering the phone, or trying to make somebody laugh.
With many years of experience at Rolf Prima and Burley, Ethan can hardly be called a greenhorn around here. Still, he's new to us, so that means he's first to answer the phone in our sales department!
Karl runs our CNC vertical mill and helps with tubing inventory and mitering. He just likes the way the machines sound when they’re making metal fly.
Has taken to molding himself into a Co-Motion employee since first applying years ago with no experience. After a stint in shipping here, Logan has now proven himself proficent with a torch in our brazing and finishing department.
Pete, sales & customer support superhero, joined us in October of 2006 and has an extensive bike industry history going back a few decades now...
Wields a hot torch with a green flame, so keep a safe distance! We started him in shipping, but he doesn't mind if we take advantage of his many other talents, nor our unusual habit of acquiring many staff members who share the same first name.
Stefanie, accounting. In spite of the fact that she crunches numbers all day, she always seems to be in good spirits.
Has been voted most likely to take a bicycle tour when given a few days off. Teryk started here in shipping, but has moved into fabrication, which he's had his one since day one.
Zach Stehley, Purchasing, knows our inventory inside and out, as well as where it all belongs on a bicycle. When he’s not cycling or fishing, Zach does absolutely stunning Elvis impressions.