About Us

MEET THE OWNER


Dylan Scott - Owner, Pikes Peak Mountain Bikes Tours
Welcome! My name is Dylan Scott, and I am the owner of all this fun! I wanted to take some space to introduce myself to you.

I grew up in Ely, MN where I found a love for the outdoors. After spending a summer working in Ouray, Colorado in 2000, I knew I had to be by the mountains and moved to Colorado Springs in 2002. I took over Pikes Peak Bike Tours in 2005 and with a strong background in customer service will strive to earn your respect and business by helping you feel at ease about your upcoming adventure.

I have many passions in life and biking is one of them. I love anything that involves being outside especially in the mountains! I love to hunt, fish, rock climb, mountaineer, motorcycle, and grow crazy facial hair! What will my face look like when I meet you?

One of my biggest passions is experiencing different cultures and learning about different worldviews. I have a large heart for the many hurting people around the world and my hope is that someday this business will play a large part in allowing me to become more involved with those people.

So that’s me! Take a minute to meet the amazing guides who will help you bring home the memory of a lifetime!

MEET THE TEAM


ROB HANSON
Rob has been working on and off for Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours for 4 seasons. Rob is a special education teacher during our off season. He loves to spend time biking, climbing, mountaineering, and even more biking!!
SPENCER VAN WAGENEN
Spencer has been a guide for Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours the past 2 seasons and is excited to join us again in 2013! He is going to school to be a physical therapist and loves adventure! Tell me he does not look like Art Garfunkel!!

KEN ROSE
Ken brings forth an incredible amount of experience in outdoor education. Ken and his family lost their home in the Waldo Canyon fire in 2012 and is staying very busy dealing with re-building and dealing with insurance. You will most likely have the opportunity to meet Ken if you are on one of our Team-Building tours as Ken played an instrumental part in developing this experience and loves to lead it.
JASON LUKER
Jason has been a key part of Pikes Peak Mountain bike Tours for the past 3 seasons and will be back in 2013 for more fun! Jason is passionate about the outdoors and about introducing people to everything he loves it for! Jason majored in History and is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to Pikes Peak and our beautiful area.

KAITLYN PRATT
CRAIG MABIS

GIVING BACK


Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours is more than just a bike touring company. We are not only passionate about offering our guests the ability to experience Colorado’s beauty, but we are also passionate about having a greater impact on our world. There are a few specific ways we are working to accomplish this. Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours has developed relationships with some amazing organizations and would love to tell you more about them.

The first organization we work with is The Exodus Road. Headquartered right up the pass from us in Woodland Park, they are working tirelessly in southeast Asia and around the globe to fight human trafficking. Believe it or not, modern day slavery not only exists but is a huge problem! The Exodus Road exists specifically to free underage girls from the sex slave industry. Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours is absolutely honored to supply The Exodus Road with GoPro cameras to use in their raids of these brothels. We also help support The Exodus Road by donating 5% of our profit directly to helping free these girls. So ultimately by coming on a bike tour with Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours YOU are helping fight for this cause! If this is also something that tugs at your heart, please ask us more about how you can be involved in directly helping play a role in changing lives!
Another incredible organization that Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours is involved with is called Eurasia Cafe. We are EXTREMELY excited to now be offering free coffee to our guests in the morning. Why are we so excited you wonder?… Well this isn’t just any coffee. It is coffee made by Eurasia Cafe.

Eurasia Cafe makes “coffee that counts”. It specifically exists to help support amazing causes. The blend we will mostly be using is called “Freedom Blend.” The money from the sales of this coffee goes directly to addressing sexual slavery and human trafficking in India. So feel free to arrive a bit early for your tour and relax as you enjoy your hot cup of “coffee that counts” with your breakfast!
At Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours we believe strongly in being a part of “the bigger picture.” It is our deep desire to be able to support more and more amazing causes like The Exodus Road and Eurasia Cafe. As we continue to grow we look for more and more opportunities to be involved in the truly important things in life.
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