Staff

Ken Blackwood

Ken has owned Granada Cyclery for over 30 years and has a great wealth of knowledge about bicycles and customer service. He enjoys road riding and spending time with his wife, Kim. He is always ready to help any customer! If you would like to contact Ken, you can email him at ken_granada@hotmail.com

Brad Blackwood

Brad is the general manager and has worked at the bike shop for over 10 years. He is the go-to-guy when there is a technical question about any bicycle. Brad also does the weekly ordering of bicycle parts. If you need to ask a question, order a bicycle or parts, you can email him at brad@granadabicycle.net

 

Bryan Fuhler

Bryan, aka “senior” has been with us for over three years now and has proven to be very useful on the sales floor as well as the repair area. He is very passionate about cycling, fishing and hockey. He is a valuable asset to our staff.

Leah Sullentrup-Blackwood

Leah was a faithful employee for many years , than took a sabbatical to raise her children. Now she is back and working with us part time. She is happy to help with all of your needs.

Shawnjumping

Shawn Morgan started with is in early 2014, he started working in the bicycle business when he was a teenager and his love for bicycles has not stopped.  In fact it’s stronger, now than ever, that his son is starting to ride.  He is one of our go to mechanics and always a pleasure to be around.

 Jay Thomas

Jay Thomas fell in love with mountain biking over 20 years ago and never looked back. Growing up in rooty, rocky, New England he honed his technical riding skills and developed his love of the mountains.  He is currently Missouri’s only IMBA Certified Level 2 Skills Instructor. When he is not teaching, he is competing in gravity racing as a part of the Coast 2 Coast Racing Team. Jay competes in Downhill, Dual Slalom, Super D and Enduro races.

Max Cameron

Max is the newest member of our team, he is a accomplished triathlete and avid  mountain biker.  When he’s not in college he is  helping train future triathletes at the high school level.  His excitement for all facets of cycling is both contagious and funny to watch.