Emilie Hauss

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In addition to possibly being your child's next PE teacher, Kelsey is a former British Columbia Downhill Champion and a mountain bike coach for Les chèvres de montagne. She is the baker of the best chocolate muffins, and one of the biggest jokesters around! Kelsey is also one of the most positive people you will ever meet!

Former BMX champion turned endurance gravel bike rider, road racer, and mountain bike enthusiast, Steven likes to try everything! You may have even seen him in a Cirque du Soleil show performing amazing tricks on his BMX! One thing is for sure, Steven is not afraid of anything. In the winter, you'll probably run into him at Taz or on Zwift, but as soon as the sun is warm enough, he's already outside!

He's the type of person you follow on Instagram and think, “WOW, how does he do it?” Day or night riding is no problem for him, as long as he finds ice cream pitstops along the way to refuel. Henri will complete one of the biggest challenges of his life this year; cycling across Canada in less than 30 days. We're telling you right now, not following Henri and his adventures is clearly missing out on a source of motivation for your 2022 season.

Personal trainer by profession, Guillaume is ready to take on all types of challenges. Formerly a Downhill rider, he now focuses on triathlons as a personal goal. He has truly dabbled in every type of cycling possible. A videographer and vanlife builder in his spare time, Guillaume is the ultimate role model for improving your physical and cycling performance.

Originally from Montreal and riding for over 10 years, Fred proudly wears the colors of the Messorem Cycling Club @messoremclubcycliste. You'll definitely see him at the 3 rides his club organizes weekly. With an average of over 20,000 km of road and gravel cycling under his belt each year, Fred is what we call a true enthusiast.

For some, winter biking is unthinkable, completely insane and far too much of a hassle - but for others, it’s a lifestyle and a means of transportation. Of course, this is not a decision to be taken lightly. This type of commute in the winter requires a certain amount of preparation, as much mental as material.

Last summer I decided to start building a garden and the result was very impressive. Seems like I am pretty handy and possibly a carpenter in the making.

As GM, my role is to "Get S**t Done"! From partnerships with world-renowned brands, to warehouse operations, and marketing initiatives, my job is to coordinate and align our internal teams to succeed at achieving our strategies, all while keeping our head above water.

Buying a bike isn’t a decision that can be made with a snap of the fingers. For some, researching product reviews, geometries, weights or brand preferences are points that greatly influence the decision without always considering the price.

For some, it may seem like a vacation, but for others, training camps are very serious. For competitive cyclists, or even for those who want to start the season strong, training camps aren’t a game.

For the past few years, gravel biking has been gaining popularity among cyclists, but lately, it's all we hear about.

There’s a moment in a cyclist's life when, desiring to push themselves beyond their own limits, a critical choice must be made with respect to switching to clipless pedals.

It's easy to get caught up in the changing weather come fall. One day you're riding in a jersey, and the next day you're ready to break out a wool sweater.

One day it's 5°C, and it’s 18°C the next. Spring is the season of unpredictable temperatures and it presents quite a challenge in terms of suiting up for a bike ride.

Many of us continue indoor cycling during the long winter months. Some people spin in their living room, while others train in their garage. Some people even cycle in their unheated backyard shack.