Tom Schoorlemmer, Programs Associate
Remembers his first time on a bike more clearly than most other things. Former OSH intern. Likes to play bass and frisbee (still working on doing them simultaneously). Lover of cleaning both dishes and technical climbs
Tom Anderson-Monterosso, Friend of the Shop
After an all-terrain adolescence, Tom drank the Simple Green® at Oberlin Bike Co-op in Ohio before turning wrenches, pedaling, and breaking down cardboard boxes across the USA. Former Inventory Manager, current part-timer. Capt. Wooster's stoker. Principal investigator for the Everybody Bikes But Tom pilot program.
Greg Hostetler, MechanicLong time community shop volunteer. Has more college degrees than bicycles, but is more proud of his bikes. Dynamo hub aficionado. Believes everyone should have a bike and every bike should have some panniers, but realizes there may be some limitations.
Will Warren, Mechanic
Will spent many a season in the 80’s and 90’s spinning wrenches in Burlington bike shops. His main gig now is science teaching in Colchester, but he is excited to be with Old Spokes many weekends in the summer. He’s ridden, raced, broken, and fixed all kinds of bikes since he was a wee lad. He’s been known to chase IMBA Epics and has what he considers the best bike-boat-bike commute in the world from South Hero to points south.
Meagan Rinier, Mechanic
Mechanic of 5 years and loving every second of it. Likes high fives, riding up hills, dogs, and rose colored lenses. Born and raised in Lancaster, PA, and now living the vacation life here in Burlington. UBI Graduate
Zack Weimer, Mechanic
Local professional amateur racer. Lifetime Vermonter. Has pink hair now. Hands permanently stained with grease.
Samantha van Gerbig, vintage component specialist
Lover of fine bicycles. Recent transplant to Burlington from Boston via a lot of bike touring and traveling around the country. Completed the Tour Divide on her LHT. Graphic designer and illustrator with a degree in museum science.
Erik Glouchevitch, Mechanic
Burlington bike shop veteran of five years. Resident suspension and tubeless expert. Likes to dance. Struggles to pick up pennies. They are so small, you know?
Sammy Hedlund, Marketing
Smiley. Goes fast on bikes. Went full enduro. Lover of purple nail polish (but who isn't!)
Rob Voland, Mechanic
Expert mechanic and resident IGH expert. Old Spokes Home veteran. Lover of the rare and vintage. He'll make any bike purr.
Malcolm Achilles, Mechanic
Student at RIT, avid enduro racer. Can do 360s both ways. Go fast turn last!
Laura Jacoby, Executive Director
Old Spokes Home's first executive director as of October 2016. Most recently worked with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) founded by Syrians and Iraqis to respond to the crises in their countries. Grateful for the opportunity to be part of a local effort to distribute a valuable resource -- bikes -- in an equitable way as a means of increasing the health of our community, economy, and environment. Also excited to revist Vermont's amazing mountain bike trails.
Jim Brennan, Mechanic & Instructor
Bike shop veteran. U.S. history buff. Drinker of purple drink. J&M's best customer. Ask him how much he loves getting people on bikes.
Christine Hill, Friend of the Shop
Lover of bike camping, bike picnics, and class 4 roads. Accidental glitter enthusiast. Derives more joy from riding bikes with friends than pretty much anything else.
Wil Blanchard, Mechanic & Nice Guy
Lover of fat bikes, and more specifically his 2017 Salsa Beargrease. Cofounder of Vermont Mountain Bike Assosiciation's Bikepacking Chapter. User of the word "dooryard" to describe driveways. The nicest guy you'll ever meet.
Dan Hock, Programs Director
Old Spokes Home veteran of 10 years. Lover of touring around South America, Rainbow Dash, racing 12" bikes, and sporting. Organizer of annual Klunk Party Fun Time America. He is pizza.
OLD SPOKES HOME
331 North Winooski Ave.
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Tel: (802) 863-4475
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Our retail shop and Community Workshop are now under the same roof! Come in anytime we're open.
Hours for volunteering, classes, and youth programs vary. Check out their respective pages to learn more.
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