Colin grew up on the Oregon coast and moved to Seattle in 2000 to study computer science at the University of Washington. He switched gears to work in hardware stores and bicycle shops, and eventually apprenticed with a professional bicycle frame builder. He's since developed his own line of bicycle parts and trailers under the name Haulin' Colin, now shipping worldwide and carried by regional bicycle shops. In 2006 he combined resources with Michael Nazaroff in a space at Equinox Studios in Georgetown, where they would eventually join forces with Garth to form Cyclefab.
Michael “Naz” Nazaroff
Naz is a native to the region. His wide-ranging mechanical and electrical engineering experience kicked off with compulsively taking things apart at an early age and soon advanced into the nearest available cars and computers. Before he decided to strike out in a new direction with Colin and Garth, he had worked his way up from mechanical and electronics assembly positions to an R&D role in a variety of local companies. He's known nationally for his work engineering and building high-performance mopeds.
A native Seattleite, Garth briefly studied mechanical engineering at Washington State University and worked as both an auto and bicycle mechanic before joining Naz and Colin to launch Cyclefab and synthesize his skill set. An avid cyclist and motorist, Garth has years of experience engineering, building and repairing things that perform well under stress.