Bicycle Shop

WHO
WE ARE

We are extremely passionate about our Mission because Recovery and Cycling has helped many individuals including the founder Dylan Howley on the road to recovery.  Our mission is to perpetuate, manifest, deliver and apply Goodness to our Recovering community.  We are our happiest when we are doing GOOD any way we can!

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MEMBERS.

Dylan Howley

Dylan Howley is the Founder of The Lefty Cycles Project; He is a one-armed athlete, a positivity pusher, a proud recovering alcoholic, and a family man. Motivated to share his passion of helping others, Dylan showcases that anything is possible through hard work and a positive mindset. A Connecticut native, he’s happiest when he’s with his family, enjoying the beauty of Mother Nature, and Perpetuating Pure Goodness.

Hope Brigham

Hope has spent the past 10 years utilizing her Communications and Business degree in a variety of professions and travel opportunities.  She has fulfilled service terms with AmeriCorps & Peace Corps. Travel, new adventures and spending time with family are her main interests. Hope is dedicated to living a positive lifestyle and practicing Pure Goodness in all her affairs.

Stephanie Nettles

Stephanie Nettles has worked with families, individuals, and couples the last 15 years as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Her passion is to help people feel good, and find happiness within themselves. Stephanie cherishes time with her two small children, bike riding, and enjoying what the outdoors has to offer.  Stephanie is committed to a  life practice of benevolence and Pure Goodness.

Brian Holdt

Brian Holdt is the owner/operator of AirLine Cycles in East Hampton Connecticut. Brian grew up working in bikes shops, then took an eighteen year hiatus to work in the environmental consulting field before returning to the bicycle industry. When he's not turning wrenches at the shop, Brian enjoys supporting the largest bike racing club in the state, renovating his 1700s farmhouse, and occasionally actually getting to ride a bike. He strives to make cycling accessible for everyone, perpetuating  pure goodness in his professional career and personal life.

James Morris

Jim is an experienced IT Project Manager.  His career Projects span from organizational partnerships, acquisitions, service expansions, software development, and process improvement. Jim enjoys spending family time with his wife and three children.  Jim Perpetuates Pure Goodness in his life, practicing benevolence in various philanthropic commitments & mentoring opportunities  while sharing his expertise, life experiences and wisdoms with others.

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The Lefty Cycles Project is a Connecticut non-stock non-profit corporation operating under the 501(c)(3) status with the Internal Revenue Service.

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The Lefty Cycles Project invites your support.  Please do not hesitate to contact us with innovative suggestions as to how you, your colleagues, associates and your businesses may wish to contribute to our projects of Pure Goodness.

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ADDRESS

The Lefty Cycles Project

P.O. Box 1508

South Windsor CT, 06074-1508

PHONE

1-860-300-6908

 

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