Our Team


Cory is That Guy. If you can dream it, he can build it. Cory has been stocking our retail area with components that you can’t find anywhere else. He’ll fit you to the perfect bike or even help you build one from the frame up.

 

So, the next time you are in our retail area drooling over parts, remember that Cory is the guy that brought them in for you.

 

Having spent life chasing the dream – from being a ski bum in Colorado, rafting whitewater rivers across the Americas, to trying to figure out how to keep the rubber side down on bikes – Will has followed his passion across the country.

He left his job as an artist in the video game industry to open up the Lumberyard. The desire to share the passion for active recreation, pushing comfort zones, and having fun led to creating an urban bike mecca that has something for everyone.

When he is not working, he can be found skiing and riding bikes with his family.

Anthony is the guy you see doing a little of everything. Whether he’s checking you in, fixing your flat, or setting you up with the components you need: Anthony is dedicated to giving you the best Lumberyard experience possible.

When he’s not providing excellent customer service you can find him on the course doing something else he loves: photography. So when you see him hanging out, ask him to take your photo, he’ll be happy to capture that moment for you.

Mike has been with the Lumberyard since 2012.

Now as the Operations Manager, Mike oversees the fun and safety of staff and customers here at the Lumberyard.

 

Catania is one half of our awesome birthday party hostess team. She is dedicated to going above and beyond to make sure your lil’ shredder leaves the Lumberyard feeling like royalty.

When Catania is not hosting parties, you can catch her on her  ripping through here on her custom DJ bike, hiking with her dog, or studying hard.

As an avid mountain biker and all round bike nut, Greg has been riding all his life and was heavily involved in cycling scene in his home town, Johannesburg, South Africa, where he was born and raised!

As one of the Lumberyards latest instructors, Greg is passionate about teaching kids and adults alike how to become better riders and achieve their riding goals!

In his free time, Greg can be found spending time with his kids, Caelan and Liam, hitting the trails on his MTB, or just spending time enjoying the great outdoor life Oregon has to offer.

Myles is our newest Mechanic/Instructor here at the Lumberyard with years of experience riding BMX (and still going strong). He raced BMX for 11 years and developed a lot of experience from dedicating himself to the sport.

In his downtime Myles tries to remain active – whether it’s riding his bike, going hiking, on camping trips at the beach or just taking long walks around our beautiful city.  He really enjoys helping others become better riders as well as helping new riders build confidence and skill on and off the course.

Susan  is the Events Coordinator for Lumberyard Bike Park assisting our wonderful guests in Birthday Party and Special Event bookings. Susan also administers the Lumberyard Donation program, supporting local schools. Susan loves riding bikes and her motto is the right tool (bike) for the right job (trail) and there is no such thing as too many bikes, or trails! When she is not working at the Lumberyard, she can be found riding here with her grandchildren,  or volunteering with her husband of 30 years, Chris (in the background of her photo above), at Gateway Green and Northwest Trail Alliance. Besides bikes and trail building, Susan loves gardening, hiking, kayaking and bird watching.

Tyler likes bikes so much he decided to learn how to build them from scratch starting in the early 2000’s in Boulder, Colorado where the cycling scene is as strong as Portland’s. He was a framebuilder at Dean Titanium Bicycles, then took home his first welder instead of a paycheck when he left.
He also founded a Venture Scouting Crew, taking kids mountain biking and backpacking all over the Western U.S., and raced mountain bikes.
After moving here from Oakland, California, he now enjoys riding and teaching at the Lumberyard. When not here he runs an architectural design and fabrication shop in NE Portland. When he’s not busy doing that, he spends time with his brother, girlfriend, and dog, or riding, camping, and gardening, and running.

Alexandria is the Social Media Manager for the Lumberyard, helping the Pacific Northwest’s best indoor bike park connect with its varied and super rad community. Alex believes in the power of storytelling and sharing of passions that social media facilitates. Using this medium to connect with the Lumberyard community, to bolster the spirit that bikes are for every person, is a great joy for her.

Alex has a background in English, Foreign Language Studies and Creative Writing and is an active member of the OBRA racing community. When she isn’t on two wheels you’ll find her training dogs or curled up with a mug of tea and a book.

Levi is our rad Program Director here at the yard and runs of our Shred Academy programs year ‘round and is stoked for all of the kids he helps be better riders.

Levi is a certified MTB instructor by PMBIA and has also trained with Simon Lawton and the “Fluidride” techniques at Duthie Hill in Washington.

Levi knows his way around a bike (he is a UBI certified bicycle mechanic and shop operator). His BMX freestyle background makes him a unique MTB instructor as he tends to “Think Outside the Box” on his approach to training.

A lifelong Oregonian, Michael’s passion for mountain biking and his entrepreneurial spirit drew him into this amazing bike park venture. Having a gift (curse?) for managing processes and details, he endeavors to persevere in an uncompromising business world.

He loves to spend time outdoors with his son and, as time allows, he advocates for more off-road cycling access in and around Portland.

Bring on the gnar! Coach Elaine Bothe is one of our amazing instruction partners. Elaine  loves dirt, rocks, mud, corners, steeps, drops, air time and going fast — uphill and especially down.

As a serious racer and passionate coach in mountain biking and cyclocross, her enthusiasm and skills-teaching experience builds confidence in her clients, helping them establish and meet goals for their skills, fitness or racing.

Loki is our resident pooper. He is soooooo cute, but kinda smells. If you need a little ray of happiness to improve your day, just ask to hold him. It will make you smile and forget about your worries.

Loki is here for you.

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2700 NE 82nd Ave across from Madison High School.