Rolling Horse Community Cycle is a volunteer initiative that provides an opportunity for bike mechanics and burgeoning bike mechanics to share their skills with the community. Forestview Church provides staff support to the organization and development of Rolling Horse and we employ summer staff through Federal Government Student grants. If you would like to volunteer your bike mechanic skills, or gain some bike mechanic skills please contact us at info[at]rollinghorse.ca.
Mike is the seasonal shop manager at Rolling Horse. He is a lifelong cycling enthusiast and advocate. He has toured on bikes since age 12, and raced in triathlons and on mountain bikes. Mike brings a long history of business leadership to Rolling Horse, and believes the world would be a kinder, better place if everyone drove less and rode more. .
Rob is our Head Mechanic and Assistant Shop Manager. Rob is the consumate professional bike mechanic, always looking to enhance his repertoire of skills and tools. He's also a fun, friendly face in the shop, always happy to teach you, one-on-one, what is wrong with your bike, and how to fix it. Rob's love of music keeps the shop rocking, and the atmosphere upbeat.
Paul enjoys organizing people to use their God given talents to serve the community. When he recognized the bike mechanic talent around him, the idea which became Rolling Horse was born. His role these days is to give high level oversight to Rolling Horse and to be on the lookout for new volunteer mechanics within the community of ForestView Church and beyond. Paul's bike of choice is a mountain bike, though any form of self propelled outdoor activity makes him happy!