Michigan is home to some of the best cycling in the world, and we are not afraid to say it. We have some of the best races, some of the best rides, and some of the best people on the planet. kolo t.c. is here to cover, share and explore our roads, trails and races and to meet the people that make it all so darn great.
Kolo means bike in Czech. Bike. Wheels. Steed. Lady Friend. Doesn’t matter what you call it, it’s all you need to ride.
The kolo Collective is….
Brian Beckwith (@bee_rye
): Director of Soigneurology
Brian’s chief duties around kolo t.c. involve riding bikes, taking photos of bikes, looking at pictures of bikes on Instagram, spectating bike races, reading bike-related blogs, dreaming of bikes, and eating donuts. He lives in Williamsburg across the street from the VASA with his beard, wonderful wife, 2 children, 3 dogs, & 73 pairs of cycling shoes.
Palmares: DFL at 2017 fat bike states
Cody Sovis (@sodycovis
), Writer and Cookie Consumption
Cody Sovis is the founder of kolo t.c., which began in 2011. The site has been picked up and sat down more times that an adorable puppy, but it’s always been there, in the background, as a passion. Cody writes stuff for the site but also races bicycles. He’s a firm believer in tubeless road wheels, the unparalleled utility of the cyclocross bike, loves frosted sugar cookies, and is a two-time fat bike category winner at the Iceman Cometh. He mostly likes riding gravel and going to bed early.
Cody is a digital marketing and content generation specialist for Q+M
Wes Sovis, Cody’s Brother and Customer Engagement Specialist ( @soviguy
Wes is joining kolo tc to help with some content, race bikes, and be an ambassador for the Traverse City cycling community. He’s coming back to the sport after two seasons of taking a more relaxed approach to bike racing and is looking forward to meeting new people and facing new challenges in the season to come.
Wes is a business development dude at VP Demand Creation Services
, focusing mostly on working with nonprofits and membership organizations.