Like most employees, James also started his journey with us as a volunteer – way back in 2018. Not too long after, he joined the team on an official basis – as a bike mechanic. And now manages the Inner West Bike Hub.
Outside of work James has an immense passion for bikepacking. If he’s not at the Inner West Bike Hub, he’s traversing around all corners of Australia. He recently completed the Victoria Divide 500, a 570km bikepacking race in just over 3 days. Ask him about his top rides next time you are down at the Inner West Bike Hub.
You can find Dom down on the Surf Coast working closely with young people to spark their curiosity in the cycling world and helping them build their practical skills.
With over ten years of experience teaching, he’s designed lessons-based competency plans and developed engaging bike education programs. You might know him from the Full Cycle program, an engaging bike education repair and recycle program at Point Cook College.
And naturally, like all his colleagues his passion for cycling spans from road riding to mountain biking, bikepacking and driving a sustainable future for young people.
Michael is a seasoned bike mechanic with his career in the industry spanning over 20-years. Originally from Uruguay, Michael was lucky to be introduced to the cycling world at a very young age by his dad who was a professional cyclist.
He’s got a deep appreciation for all types of bikes – from dragsters to classic road bikes and everything in between. Next time you’re down at the bike hub, ask him about his immaculate collection of bikes.
Max is one of the Inner West Bike Hub’s newest recruits. Like James, he started his journey with is as a volunteer.
His interest in cycling was sparked when a friend introduced him to track cycling. And it wasn’t long before his interests expanded to bikepacking and mountain biking.
Outside of work, Max is a talented musician – studying it at university. He plays the drums and has a soft spot for jazz.
Education Program Facilitator
AJ (He/Him) comes from a professional background in community services and is passionate about young people and riding bikes. Originally from New Zealand (“a long time ago”) AJ has been a keen cyclist since about age 5 when he got his first bright yellow dragster style kids bike and continues to love the freedom and physicality of bike riding, along with the connection to nature.