Paul has been actively cycling for fitness since 1985. He started racing in 1991 and has since won medals at state, regional and national cycling championships in road race, time trial, and criterium events. He is a Level 2 Cycling Coach certified by USA Cycling and is also certified in Power Based Training. Paul attended the Serotta International Cycling Institute where he earned his certification as a Professional Bicycle Fitter. He was employed at K&G Bike Centers from 2005 to 2014 as a mechanic, sales associate, and bike fitter and has fitted hundreds riders on their road, triathlon, time trial, cyclocross, hybrid, and mountain bikes. He was an active member of Team Dayton Cycling and from 2004 to 2018 served on the Board of Directors as the Director of Training. Paul has coached many generations of riders and specializes in training juniors (ages 10-18). In his first career he was rated as a master navigator and flew C-130 transport aircraft all over the world for the US Air Force. He retired as a Colonel with over 27 years of military service and has since turned his love of cycling into his profession.
Vivian began her competitive road cycling career in 1985, racing for a collegiate team in Worcester, MA. She has competed in National Stage Races such as Tour of the Gila and Joe Martin and is a certified Level 3 USA Cycling Coach. In 2013, she was the fastest female for the QCW Cleves TT Series. In 2015, she won the silver medal in the Mt Washington Hill Climb. Vivian has completed over 50 triathlons, including two Ironman Louisville events. As a Medical Massage Therapist, Vivian is trained in Muscle Energy Techniques designed to relieve sports-related muscle imbalances. She is certified in Sports Massage and Kinesiology Taping Therapy. Prior to her massage training, Vivian spent 30 years as a mechanical engineer and Six Sigma Black Belt designing solid rocket motors and aircraft engines