1600 Farrow Parkway, Myrtle Beach SC 29577

Michael Vaughan

Originally from Richmond, VA, Michael has lived in the Grand Strand area since 2002.  His previous careers have been Fiber Optics, and in the Hospitality Industry. Cycling, Petrol, and Beer motivates his curiosity. Michael believes cycling should be fun and not a competition in his mind. He enjoys all disciplines of cycling, but mostly enjoys an adventure ride of exploring unknown roads. If you are asking, he is Stacey's Husband.   

Gary Bennett Jr

Gary is originally from New Jersey, but grew up in upstate New York. He has been involved in cycling since an early age, mountain biking in the Catskill Mountains. Along with a rich family history in motorsports and civil engineering experience, he is definitely mechanically inclined.

Gary loves to ride bikes of any kind, mountain bikes, road, adventuring or just a cruise to the beach with friends. He follows the well known equation in cycling, N+1. N=The bikes you own + 1 more. That makes 9 so far.  Although he has the knowledge and experience to work on any bicycle today, his real passion is for the classics. There is nothing quite like breathing new life into classic steel bicycles full of history. 

Fabian Boyzo

Fabian or “Monchichi” as he is known in the local cycling community was raised right here in the Myrtle Beach area. Socastee to be precise. After high school he moved to Chicago where he became a bike messenger, a barista and a touring punk rock musician. (Like, could you get any more hipster than that without a “Hello Kitty” backpack?) The demise of the band four years later prompted the returned to the warmer climate of South Carolina with road bike and obligatory fixie in tow. Back at the beach he really started to focus on road biking with an eye toward competition and growing a fabulous beard while simultaneously shaving his legs. He kept showing up for the group rides and hanging out at the shop so we finally decided to just give him a job. Monchichi’s enthusiasm for the sport is contagious and he loves getting everyone from newbie to racer set up with new bicycles or helping them maintain their current ride.

May Lauzon

May has been an avid triathlete for 10 years.  Originally a swimmer in college, she learned to love cycling as a method of cross training.  As a former race director and triathlon club coordinator, May is passionate about growing the sports of cycling and triathlon locally.  In her free time, she enjoys riding her cruiser bike to the beach. 

Bradley Craig

Bradley's real job is a professor at Coastal Carolina and during the summer months when school is out he joins our team as our part time high end mountain bike mechanic and wheel builder. 

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