After serving as a Cycle Adirondacks Event Manager for the past two years, Matt has stepped up to Co-Direct Cycle ADK in 2017 along with Doug Haney. He's unflinchingly dedicated to providing riders with a truly memorable rides.
Matt and his wife, Jodi, were born and raised in Upstate New York. They've returned there to raise their boys, Gavin and Gabriel, who are growing up seeing the world from the perspective their dad loves best. CONTACT: email@example.com or 315.525.9554.
Husband, dad of girls, optimist, storyteller, water lover, cyclist, volunteer, five Olympics, 48 states, 32 countries, genuinely happy.
Following a 12-year communications career with the U.S. Ski Team, Doug joined Cycle ADK in 2014 to plan and execute the inaugural event. He served as an event manager in 2015 and 2016 before joining Matt VanSlyke as Co-Director in 2017. As the lead marketing and community liaison for the Cycle ADK brand, you'll find Doug constantly excited about pretty much everything... especially riding bikes. He lives in Saranac Lake with his wife Kat and their two constantly outside and dirty little girls, Gwen and Liesl. CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org or 518.524.4674.
Dominick has been with Cycle Adirondacks since 2015. He has been the leader of our Food Service Team and brings a passion for helping others that's infectious. As the Volunteer Coordinator, Dom is now the "go-to" guy for our volunteer teams, ensuring that any detail that needs attention gets it immediately. In short, Dominick is here to make sure that all those little things that can sometimes slip through the cracks are taken care of. He is, simply...the man! He is pictured here with his 2016 CycleADK family.
A New Jersey native with deep roots in the Adirondack communities, Nick has visited, lived, worked, and most importantly, played in the Adirondack Park. He is a NYS certified whitewater rafting, hiking, and camping guide, a member of the Indian Lake Revitalization Committee,
a Crossfit L-1 Trainer, and he is currently pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University. Being the Cycle Adirondacks Intern is the perfect outlet for him to continue to play an active role within the Adirondack communities that have shaped who he is today.