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The Crew

Spencer Burns – operations manager & Lead buyer

spencerYet another East Coast transplant in Colorado. I grew up in Northern Virginia and went to college in southwest Virginia where my passion for the outdoors truly blossomed. I’ve been riding bikes all my life and started mountain biking as a teenager. I dove hard into riding when I moved to Colorado about 4 years ago. When the trails are too white, I get on my skis and slide down hills (and sometimes up!). 

Bikes: Giant Trance 29 Advanced (They got me a new bike!), Bianchi Infinito CV, and Bridgestone T700 roadie

Stephen Wilson – Service Manager

Dane ROWRAY– assistant service manager

Jeremy Cooper – assistant service manager

Ross CroniN – LEAD Sales Manager

Ross moved to Boulder from New Orleans in 2018 and recently took over as our Lead Sales Manager.


Davide Giardini
Marketing & COMMUNITY Manager

Davide Giardini is our Marketing Manager. He is originally from the Italian Dolomites. He moved to the USA over 10 years ago to attend college, and moved to Boulder 6 years ago to pursue an MBA and a career as a professional triathlete. 

Competitive sports have always been ingrained in Davide's life: he won an Italian national title and a New England regional title in alpine skiing, competed in a freestyle windsurfing world-cup event in the Canary Islands, swam for the college team in Rhode Island, competed on the SUP Surf World Tour trials in Hawaii, and for the past 4 years has been racing IRONMAN triathlons professionally. His pro career highlights include: 2x pro wins, 11x podiums, and 1x World Championship top 10 representing Team USA.

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Davide's Favorite route: Boulder Bike to Work Day Breakfast Station tour

map view of the route



Jaime Jacoby
fit specialist & Sales Manager 

Jaime is originally from Gettysburg, PA via New York City.  She almost became a politician, but later decided she'd rather ride bikes in Colorado. 

Likes: Pina Coladas and walks in the rain. Her favorite place to ride a bike is Boulder County USA. 

Dislikes: None

Bikes: Liv Avail, Ibis Ripmo AF, Ibis Hakka, an old Italian steel road bike, and a steel 29er mountain bike. 

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alli powers – the tune up Bar manager


I'm Vermont born but raised in the south where I felt a passion for food ignite! With almost 15 years experience in a variety of restaurants as a Chef and General Manager, I'm stoked to join the Boulder community at the Tune Up!

Likes: dogs, running, anything with cheese

Dislikes: lukewarm coffee, sticky floors, school lunches

Bike: a Sledgehammer I take off sweet jumps



Growing up between the Midwest and Durango, CO, Christoph has loved riding bikes, running, hiking, and being outside in on the trails from an early age.

With the help and encouragement of the Durango Cycling community, he began Cross Country Mountain bike racing and eventually settled into Enduro  racing. 

He competes in Enduro races  both with the CU Cycling Team and the Commencal Co-Factory Racing Team while concurrently finishing his undergraduate degree in Astrophysics at the University of Colorado Boulder. 

Christoph plans to (quite literally) shoot for the stars with his future, and also do a ton of mountain biking on his way there.

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Christoph's Favorite Enduro Gear

Brett Poulton – bike technician

Eric Harrison – bike technician

Nando cortes – Sales Associate

COLLEEn Sheehan– finance manager

Russell Chandler - Owner & General manageR

Russ first moved to Colorado from Florida in 1979, and attended CSU and CU before becoming a software developer and later a CEO for three software businesses, before eventually becoming owner of Full Cycle.  After graduating from CU in 1985, he lived in Arizona, California, and New York City before returning in to Boulder in 1994 where he founded and grew a geographic information systems software company, which he exited from in 2000.  From 2000 until 2013, he served as CEO in two more tech companies before "retiring" into the cycling industry after the 2013 floods when he co-founded a local non-profit in Boulder called Cyclists 4 Community.  He worked for a time helping Catalyst Communication launch a local cycling magazine called BikeLife Cities, before taking over Full Cycle in 2016.