Eric Allen

Serial Entrepreneur | 2016 Indiana Cat 4 State RR Runner Up looking to become World Champ . NCAA Football All-American @ Indiana University & Former NFL Defensive Back.

Aeron Barhorst

My riding buddies call me "Beast" because of my riding style and sometimes due to my questionable attire! I like long distance rides, and perform a 74 mile round-trip commute once a week when the weather is warm. I'm also known for riding on the road throughout the winter.

Chris Blow
While cycling is something I enjoy, the deeper mission of Rollfast is what drew me to the club! Mental health is a serious issue in my career and something I’ve come to embrace over the course of my life. The fact that I can help raise mental health awareness, become a better cyclist, and share in the camaraderie of like-minded members is truly a winning combination!
You’ll find me entering CAT6 races throughout the year and probably falling over at stop signs throughout Hamilton County. 
Aaron Bobinsky

Barry Boyd

Avid recreational rider that wants to up his game. I am training for Triathlons and the bike is my favorite training method. When all else fails and the motivation is lacking the bike will get me up and moving. As I approach 60 years of youth I want to only get faster, stronger and better.

Jim Burns

I have a strong emotional and physical connection to cycling, starting from when my dad taught me to ride in our backyard, cycling around Bloomington while at IU, losing that connection for years when I lived in Manhattan, and then a resurgence in my early 30s through trips overseas and my move to Vermont in 1999. Before retiring last year, cycling was a great escape and contrast to sitting at a legal/finance desk job. Groups and camps also became an important part of my cycling connection through Tommy D camps in Tucson, participating in multiple charity events and the connections made over time. A more recent joy has been seeing my oldest drop the training wheels and take off on her own. Full circle for sure.

I’ve been following the RF Gran Fondo and camps for the last couple of years through social media, which I first connected to through Tommy D. Here in Vermont we don’t have a strong cycling group connection, mostly due to the small population. My other connection to Indiana is that I am an IU grad, and have great memories of my time spent there.

Craig Burow

Lifelong cyclist who completed first sub 4 at Rollfast 2019. A Navy Submarine Veteran who is always up for a ride including the numerous times wild animals wanted to share the road.

Harrison Cash

Husband, father of two. Born into a cycling family. Culinary Arts background turned into an electronics technician. Cycling is my mental health therapy and a way to stay in physical shape. I enjoy long rides, and the hills.

Charles Catterall
I started riding when I go my first road bike, a Motobecane 10-speed, when I was 7 years old and shortly there after did my first metric century. My wife and I have been riding tandems together for over 25 years. In the past you may have seen us riding with one or more of our four kids on a Santana Cabrio Quad tandem. I don't race, but I do like to ride fast. My fastest century was the 2016 Sun Rise Century, Clarksville, TN, in which I finished in the lead group of 12 guys in 3 hrs and 46 min. I also like to do long rides and typically do more than 10 centuries in a year. In 2016 I completed 19 centuries including several double metric centuries and one double century.
David Clark
David was new to Rollfast in 2017. He turned to cycling in 2015 after a long layoff from running, lost 30 pounds, and began competing in cycling in 2017. After graduating, he got married, had kids, and then competed in several duathlons before taking his long sabbatical from anything athletic.
James Clary

James is an OG Rollfast member who started out in triathlons and then transitioned to road racing. He achieved numerous podiums and several wins before his separated shoulder told him to retire from racing.

Mitch Danner

Retired Army Aviator. Been a competitive cyclist since 2009.

Alex Dantin

Data-wrangler and nerd. Late-comer to cycling. Will mix margaritas for more watts.

Josh Drake
Jay Dunbar
"Bad Ticker"

Jay has been riding with the Rollfast crew since it's inception. A key member that's dedication goes beyond the bike.

Skylar Ervin

I'm a former college wrestler and an army infantry veteran who after a few serious career ending injuries.. hamstring, bulging discs.. and etc. Discovered cycling by mistake. I started with a comfort bike, just riding for utility and fun and have since moved onto a road bike and am about to start racing at the velodrome.

Andrea Fagan

She is a lifelong recreational cyclist who provides race support for Bruce and son Doug, a Cat 1 racer. She is a charter member of Rollfast and has ridden in every Fondo. She has served the competitive cycling community as a board member of InKy Cycling Association and youth cycling as chairwoman of the Nine13 Sports board. She is director of marketing for Indiana Blood Center.

Bruce Fagan

Bruce has been a competitive road and crit cyclist since his teen years who now races (occasionally) as a Master and rides recreationally all the time. He has ridden in every Rollfast Fondo and is a charter member of the club. He is a land development project manager for Arbor Homes.

David Fouts

Dave is a great team player. He always comes in clutch driving the sag vehicles at the Gran Fondo. He will even fix your bike if you ask nicely!

Grant Goldman

Grant joined Rollfast in 2013 after participating in races and group rides with the RF crew and a recommendation from Zeke. Having enjoyed a successful career of winning CAT4 crits and time trials, it has been 'about time to CAT up' for GG for several seasons. Now leaning toward racing retirement, GG has enjoyed rolling the Fondo 'sub 4', dragging his wrestler-build up real hills at training camp, and reflecting on the time that E beat him in the Fishers Road Race.

Kyle Goris
"The Big Ticket"
Been pedaling the bike since he was just a wee ol' boy at 13 years old. Competitive racer for about 10 years now.
Jereme Grinslade

Like many, my knowledge of triathlons starting in the 1980’s by catching a half hour segment Saturday mornings on Wide World of Sports. I'm not a coach. I'm not a professional. I'm just a guy from the midwest who has roots in cross country and cycling, and an occasional swim in the local creek or rocky quarry. While triathlons are considered an individual support, it takes the support of a team, a family, to succeed. There’s only one first place ribbon at every race, but there are many personal records that can be achieved. Cheers! -JWG

Paul Haanschoten

Started Cycling in 2008 when running became too hard on the joints. Started racing in 2009 and have been an Alabama State Champ in 3 different age groups. Still like to race on occassion especially if there is a hill involved.

Charles Hall
Scott Hill

I just love cycling period.

Ryan Hermann

Grew up MTB and BMXing in Arizona, but recently started cycling. Got my first bike in June, 2010 Giant Defy Advanced 3(stock). Just rode in my first race, the 2019 Rollfast Gran Fondo! Super loving the sport and looking forward to progressing and getting better and better! Previous sports include soccer, basketball, and lots of baseball, and Long Drive (golfing event).

Steve Hershberger
Hersh is a competitive road, time trial and gravel racer who loves a good chase and a good sprint but at 6'4" and 199 lbs, not necessarily a good climb. When he isn't on his bike, he runs a beverage analytics firm and a brewery.

Rob is a CAT 3 and OG member of Rollfast dating back to 2012. After a road and crit career that could be summed up by the words "finished in 4th place", he now specializes in time trials, and has won several age group state championships. His bike often falls apart on race day.

Alan Holt
"Big Al"
Alan is a Rollfast newbie who took up cycling about 5 years ago with some encouragement from some friends. He got more serious about training last year and completed his first Rollfast Gran Fondo in a time of 4:20.
Tom Holt

I have been riding bikes for longer than I care to admit, since getting addicted in college and almost failing out of school. I love the friendly competition and the camaraderie of the sport. Huntsville brought a team of 8 to the Rollfast in 2019, with 4 of us going 3:46. We hope to start a new Rollfast chapter in the Huntsville region, which has a surprisingly strong cycling contingent.

Courtney Houston

New to road cycling not cycling in general. I'm on Strava.

Brian Jackson
"Alabama Brian"

First things first, Brian is an Austinite and Texan! He's raced off and on since 2004, mainly crits. Three time state champion in Alabama, but now lives back in Austin where he is president of the Austin Rollfast Chapter. Sub4 finisher in the 2017 Rollfast Gran Fondo.

Phil Jones

Endurance athlete that is still learning after 3 decades of aerobic activities. Phil once participated in a Milwaukee Brewers tryout camp at the age of 15. His favorite motto is “It is better to die on your feet than live on your knees.”

Gar Kelley

Cycling enthusiast seeking to improve skill and ride with kindred spirits.

Paul Kite

Cycling goal is to be the fastest fat guy in the peleton.

John Lyons

John is an avid, life-long cyclist.   He has participated in many Indiana group rides, CIBA rides, centuries, fondos, and RAIN several times.   He has been a member of Rollfast for a number of years.   John trains with Tom Danielson of Cinch Cycling.  John’s idea of cycling fun involves a fair amount of personal challenge and climbing any hills/mountains in the area because he is a climber and he is in his natural element when he is doing it.  Ask his wife, she only sees his backside far in the distance up mountains.  John and his wife enjoy traveling and cycling here in US and abroad.  John loves the opportunity to socialize and ride with other cyclists whether it is a cycling camp or an organized “push personal limits” ride.

Teresa Lyons

Teresa (Teri) is a science teacher at Carmel High School.   Picked up cycling seriously 3 years ago to have an athletic outlet and to share a recreational activity with her husband, John.  Since that time, she has discovered she is a climber (fortunately) since John is one too and likes to lead her up crazy steep mountains and down the other side (even worse).    Fortunately, she is too stubborn to give up which is a good match for John’s ambitious cycling adventures a.k.a feats of strength, courage, and endurance.

Tim Mally

He is a former chef turned bicycle mechanic and masters cyclocross racer. Part of the long leg club (with Spencer and Jay). He once had hot oil spilled all over his hand at a cyclocross race, but that didn't stop him from frying more chicken!

Robert McClelland

Rob rode for the University of Pittsburgh while in college. He likes to ride road and track bikes.

Kevin McGee

Freedom for me is outside. Cycling is a means to achieve this freedom. I'm a mediocre rider with an love for cycling, especially the Spring Classics! I was hooked in the 1980's and have never stopped watching the sport. Lemond is my hero! My goal is to enjoy a ride and be an ambassador for those around me.

Marlin Meyer

Marlin is our oldest member on the team. He may have us beat on years, but he can still pedal with the best of them!

Spencer Miller

Spencer joined Rollfast at the age of 14. At a buck twenty, his power to weight makes him an incredible climber, but his experience growing up in the flats of Indiana has trained him to be an excellent pack rider.

Scott Moon

Ron Mumaw

Long time cyclist, sometime racer - passionate about cycling and helping others. Rode across America in 2006 to raise funds for American Diabetes, Breast Cancer research and help DSI in Columbus, IN. - see blog below from trip

William Olds

Retired and loving cycling!

John Ortiz

After a wakeup call in 2012, I started cycling as a way to get healthy. Who knew that cycling would become my passion (addiction). At 60 years of age, I'm in the best shape of my life, have an awesome group of homies that I call family, and am loving life. Cycling is the best sport on planet earth!

Jim Pait
Jeffrey Parmelee
Jim Parker

Living in recovery. Father of two wonderful children. Cycling is my meditation, self care and connection to people.

Richard Porras

I like to ride anything with 2 wheels. I use road racing as training for motocross. Looking for some training buddies.

Brian Robinson
"Infinity Brian"

Brian is a longtime member of Rollfast. When he's not riding, he's ripping around on two legs running faster than most of us can ride our bikes! Spencer Miller's number one fan.

Jacob Robinson

Husband to Rachel Loudd-Robinson, father to Lambeau the Great Dane, Football evaluator, former collegiate cyclist, current Hincapie brand Ambassador.

John Robinson

John is among an elite group of ultra-endurance racers who have achieved RAAM Qualified status. This qualifies him to race in the Solo Division of Race Across America – The world’s toughest bicycle race.” He aspires to compete in a RAAM team division someday. John is the first member voted in to OG status; earning this in 2019.

James Rutan

Former competitive collegiate cyclist, now engineer and entrepreneur.

Dan Schweibold

Dan found a love for bikes on June 4, 2014. That was the day he decided he was ready to stop being lazy and start being awesome. Starting project #getdanunfat, he lost 70lbs in 4 months (mostly due to riding, but cutting out pizza helped too!). After riding many of the races and rides around town (including the 2014/2015/2016 Rollfast Gran Fondos), a weight lifting injury in 2016 took him off the bike for 2 years (with the exception of a few rides here and there). Now Dan is back on the bike and ready to rock! He likes a cold beer and a smooth scotch.

Paul Simpson

Amateur triathlete. Married father of four with four grandsons (future riders). Currently riding Giant Propel Pro and Felt F1. Looking to get Rollfast going in San Diego area.

Jim Smeltzer
"Sasquatch Hunter"

I'm a dedicated roadie who logged over 10k miles a year for the past three years. I also dabbed in some gravel events. My favorite past time is chasing Sasquatch's on my ride. Check my Instagram and you'll understand. @jim_smeltzer and @cyclingforsasquatch

Matt Stolle

A former Elite National Champion and multiple State Champion on the track (but still likes the challenges of the Road).

Stephen Strayer

Stephen is an ultra distance racer and 3 time sub-4 finisher at the Rollfast Gran Fondo. He is now focusing on 12 hour and 24 hour races. Occasionally plays domestique for Bob "Bobke" Roll (see picture). He leads the Boulder Rollfast Chapter.

Chris Tanner
"Mrs. Rollfast"

Never liked cyclists until I fell in love with one. Dove into the sport and found out cyclists are pretty awesome. I only ride my bike wearing cute clothes. #flatpedallife

Matt Tanner

Matt has been a competitive cyclist since 1996. He specializes in training, smashing group rides, gran fondos, racing TT's, and riding abroad. He's a Campagnolo guy and if you offer him a double cappuccino it better not be in a paper cup.