Chauncey Tudhope-Locklear, Executive Director
Davis Forgety, Retail Manager
Hi, I'm Davis and love bikes. I've been working on bikes with my dad as a kid since I was on 12" wheels rallying up and down my little cul-de-sac in Colorado. I got my first full size Schwinn home grown when I was 10 and was hooked. I got involved with non-profit bike shops in Boulder and knew it was something I would search out where ever I was living. I didn't have to look far when I moved to Port Townsend. At the ReCyclery, I instantly found people who were inspired by bikes like me. I can't get enough of the simplicity, fresh air, freedom, challenge, and the culture of bikes. I am embodied by a different type of riding everyday - commuting, road riding, mountain biking - you name it. As long as I can push on the pedals and make something move forward, I'll ride it and love it.
The bicycle is the ultimate machine.
Aliina Lahti, Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
I love to bike, I love talking about biking and I see biking as the answer to all our worldly problems: environment, obesity, depression, community connections, road rage, etc. my list could go on forever. I could solve any worldly problem with the bicycle - just ask! Biking is fun. It makes me feel good in my body and mind. I'd gladly tell you more about bikes and how you can help the world by riding one!
Micah Van Lelyveld, Bike Mechanic
I love bikes because they're fast and fun.
I got involved with the Recyclery in 2009 so I could learn how to build and maintain bicycles.
I'm inspired by the power of community. It's incredible what we can accomplish when we work together.
I don't have a favorite type of bike (fortunately for my wallet). If I had to choose just one, I'd keep my touring bike because it can carry my groceries, whether I'm in Port Townsend or biking to Brazil.
Come down to the shop and ask me about touring with a surfboard... I've learned a thing or two.
Kirstie Young, Bookkeeper