Jordan Bartholomew

Shop Director

Jordan became affiliated with Bicycle Collective volunteering with the Salt Lake Bicycle Collective for the past two years. He got aquainted with Provo Bicycle Collective by stopping in for random parts or help and has become a friend of the shop. Jordan's love of bikes started with racing road bikes with the University of Utah. Now he goes on extended bicycle tours, camping on his bikes for weeks to months at a time. He is currently a senior at the University of Utah studying political science and environmental sustainability. Previously, Jordan was the Provo Head Mechanic.

Connor Biser


I go to school at Timpview high, and race on the NICA cross-country mountain biking team for my school. I’ve been working on bikes for the past couple years, and built my first racing bike myself at the collective when I was a volunteer. I love the PBC and riding bikes (and XTR stuff).

Coleman Gibbs


Hi there, my name is Coleman. I hale from many places including: Salt Lake City, Idaho, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Colorado and now here in Provo. I am a fulltime Industrial Design student at BYU and I seem to spend all of my free time doing bicycle-related things. Wether it be shredding singletrack in the mountains or ripping through the streets of Provo on my fixed gear, I always seem to find myself either riding bikes, buying, selling or fixing them. I first started volunteering at the Provo bicycle collective in January 2017 when began to feel the need to give back to the community. I learned a lot, got a job at another local bike shop and started doing bike tours. Now I work at the collective giving poor college students like me and many others, the gift of mobility. If you feel sad, come volunteer with us! We’re nice people and you will feel the good feeling that comes when you are serving those in need.

Joseph Bartholomew


Joseph the second of eleven children and excited to be the second JB (Jordan Bartholomew was the first with those initials) at the Collective! He joined the PBC team between his junior and senior years of high school. Aside from working on bikes, he enjoys fly fishing, eating, and occasionally sleeping. He is stoked to join the awesome team at the Collective and get some bikes out on the streets!

Sam Osorio

Shop Facilitator

My name is Samuel Osorio. I was born in Bogota, Colombia. When I was four I moved to Miami, Florida with my family and lived there for 18 years. Miami is crazy busy and driving sometimes the most stressful thing to do. I’ve been riding bikes my whole life; it saved me time and hassle trying to find parking. Before working at the PBC, I worked at a gym teaching kids how to rock climb. My goal is to help as many people own a bike and enjoy it. 

Jamison King


Jamison graduated from Universal Technical Institute with a degree in Automotive Technology. He has worked as a car mechanic for about 5 years but has always preferred working on bicycles. He loves riding and working on road bikes and looks forward to learning more about other types of bikes.

Judith Westwood


Judith has volunteered with the bicycle collective on and off since 2016. Cycling has been important to her for much longer though. She and her dad bought her first bike (a 1980’s Schwinn) at a garage sale when she was seven. Her first experience with bike repair was that same day, as her and her dad worked together to get their $5 investment to ride. Cycling gave Judith an incredible amount of autonomy when she was growing up to explore her hometown on her own terms. She’s excited to work for an organization that does so much to offer more people that same experience. When she’s not biking, Judith can be found on BYU campus, where she’s working towards a BFA in Industrial Design.