For riders, by riders. We’re here to advocate, activate, and educate Richmond.
Zach was father of the year in 2007 and 2010. After originally moving to Portland to skate burnside, he returned to the East Coast with his wife, Noelle, and founded the Cutthroats Bike Club. He is also a co-owner of Lamplighter Roasting Company, and co-founder of RideRichmond along with Mike. He rides bikes and makes things happen.
Brantley bikes because he’s a tree-huggin’ nature boy interested in sustainable, active cities. He has a B.S. in Environmental Studies from VCU and is the university’s Alternative Transportation Coordinator, operating VCU RamBikes, its overall bike program. When he is not training and racing for the Richmond Bicycle Studio racing team, he also enjoys black metal, caffeine daydreams, and slow food.
Mike loves biking and wrenching. He is co-founder of RideRichmond along with Zach. He currently works with our friends at RVA Bike Polo to get Richmond a Multi-Use Bike Polo Facility as well as establishing a community cycling center in Highland Park. He graduated from VCU in 2009, and is currently employed at the City of Richmond.
Amy has been living and riding in Richmond since 2002. After a stint in car-centric Northern Virginia, her car died during the first week of her first semester at VCU. She bought a bike and never looked back. Ten years later she bike commutes to City Hall, where she is the Sustainability Management Analyst, as well as a member of the Mayor’s Commission on Pedestrians, Bicycles, and Trails.
Diego has lived in Richmond for nearly 4 years and is currently a senior in the photography and film department at VCU. Most of his recent work has involved the cycling culture in Richmond and he has also been closely involved in a number of races and events in Richmond including the Bicycle Film Festival and NACCC amongst others.
Daniel moved to Richmond in 2001 after completing his BFA at Belhaven University in Jackson, MS. A photo-realist painter by trade, he was impressed by the community’s support of all things creative and loved the pedestrian-friendly layout of our city. Daniel has been biking in Richmond for 7 years and loves the positive impact cycling has had on his life and the community at large. In addition to bikes, he’s nuts about food, vinyl records, art, and helping people….preferably all at once.
We are from the community, for the community, and build community one rider at a time.
The easiest way to reach out is to email us.
Alternatively, you can give us a jingle at (804) 625-8126.