November 16, 2018

Andrew Butterfield

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Andrew Butterfield picked up his passion for bicycles in his hometown of Boise, Idaho, diving headfirst into wrenching, commuting, touring, trail riding, and really any reason to be on or around bicycles. He moved to Utah in 2010 to complete his bachelor's degree at Westminster College, where he immediately got involved with the on-campus affiliate shop of the Bicycle Collective. Over the years, he has maintained regular involvement in once facet or another of the Bicycle Collective, but now spends his days doing academic research at Huntsman Cancer Institute. Along with his love for self-sustained, human-powered travel, Andrew continues to be impressed with the Collective's ability to grow as an organization while maintaining its unique community focus.

November 15, 2018

Thayne Harbaugh

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Rebuilding bicycles since he was 14 years-old, Thayne has live in Utah County for 43 years.  He has a background in electrical engineering, mechanical design and has worked as a software developer for more than 23 years.  Thayne initiated the electrical upgrade project at PBC and is currently coordinating the project.  He hopes to contribute to technology projects and initiatives.

November 15, 2018

Lulu Avila

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Bio coming soon.

November 15, 2018

Jack Moran

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After retiring to St George, my wife and I began volunteering at bike events. The Senior Games, Intermountain Cup and Ironman St. George.

Early in 2016 the opportunity to rescue abandoned bikes came up and it has turned into Bicycle Collective St. George where we can enable all ages to learn and maintain all types of bicycles. 

My reward is seeing young and old enjoy riding and learning about all the opportunities biking represents.

November 15, 2018

Jim O'Callaghan

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Jim spent his career building brands, customers—and value—for a host of innovative technology companies, both public and private. Jim co-founded Cirque Corporation, inventor of touchpad pointing devices now common on virtually all laptop computers. After selling Cirque to Alps Corporation in 2003, Jim founded the NorAm division of EnOcean, a Siemens spinout employing energy-harvesting to self-power wireless sensor solutions for use in building automation, industrial applications, and environmental monitoring. Since retiring in 2016, Jim consults part-time with companies in the energy harvesting and wireless sensor markets.  

Jim began volunteering at the Bicycle Collective in 2017, became a core volunteer and joined the board of directors in November 2018. Jim has been a lifelong cyclist, former racer, and now an avid mountain biker.  Having seen the personal and community benefits of cycling, Jim joined the Collective to extend that opportunity to all members of the community regardless of economic resources. Jim and his wife are avid skiers, cyclists and travel enthusiasts.  

We gave 'Trunk or Treat' a twist this fall encouraging kids and parents to ride their bikes.

Happy Halloween! 

Halloween Bike or Treat

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