Your Friendly Bike Hub Staff!






Tom - Store Manager

Years of experience: 19 (16 at TBH)

Favorite part of working at TBH? The bikes

Rides: Waterford ST-22 for road riding, Giant Toughroad SLR 1 for commuting, Giant XtC Advanced+ SS for MTB'ing, Giant Yukon 1 for fat biking, Phantom Lightning for overall awesomeness.

Best biking memory: Week long camping trips with the family

Off the bike pursuits: XC Skiing, canoeing, motorcycles

Listens to: Motley Crue, Hank Williams III, Trampled by Turtles

Contact email:

Tom@thebikehubonline.com

Catherine - Sales & Mechanic

Years of experience: 4 (3 at TBH)

Favorite part of working at TBH: Helping customers get back into biking for fitness, and seeing their accomplishments throughout the summer!

Rides: Specialized Ruby, Schwinn Varsity, Huffy Sahara 3spd, Specialized Fatboy

Best biking memory: Mountain biking in Marquette with TBH crew, of course!

Off the bike pursuits: hiking, fishing, running very slowly for short periods of time, traveling, hanging out with the family, animals listening to/playing music, sewing, and of course eating.

Listens to: Classic country, bluegrass, Vince Gill (don't judge), Zac Brown, Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Turnpike Troubadours, Justin Timberlake, Journey, Aerosmith, Counting Crows

Contact email:

Catherine@thebikehubonline.com

Nic - Mechanic & Sales

Years of experience: 8

Favorite part of working at TBH: Working with a team of my best friends to help others be able to enjoy cycling as much as I do.

Rides: S-Works Stumpjumper 650b, Specialized Allez Sprint, Specialized Turbo E-Bike, Specialized Fatboy, Surly Pacer

Best biking memory: Summer bike tours with my friends

Off the bike pursuits: Downhill skiing and golf

Listens to: Banjo twangin’ country, Alt-rock, 80/90’s Pop/Hip-hop, Sugar Ray, Daryl Hall and John Oates

Spokes - Greeter
2002 - 2010

Spokes was one of the most dedicated employees at The Bike Hub.

Mostly his duties involved finding the sunniest spots in the store and moving with them throughout the day (you'd find him up by the helmets enjoying the morning eastern sun, and then by the kids' bikes roating in the southern afternoon sun).

When the weather turned cold in fall, he got to work catching a mouse or two, but other than that, he simply filled his days by rubbing up against the legs of customers and jumping into recently vacated (and warm) chairs in the office. He had many fans who would stop in during the middle of their rides just to say "hi" and give him a scratch behind the ears... the rest of us knew where we stood!