Blue Sky Bicycles was started in 1998 by Liz Gormley. Liz started her career in bicycle retail in 1977. It all started with taking a job at a bike shop in Cambridge, Massachusetts as a means to pay her way through college.
She has been involved with bikes ever since. After a brief career as a bike racer and a longer career as a cycling coach, Liz held a variety of positions in the bike industry including National Sales Manager for companies like CycleOps and Serotta.
Saratoga Springs, NY. Originally from Cooperstown, NY
Road:Mount. Lemon, Tuscon, AZ. A 28 mile climb that ends at a cafe to relax after several hours of climbing.
Mountain: Windham UCI World Cup XC Course. Steep uphills followed by a Slalom styled downhill.
Something that you didn’t know about Caleb
Grew up on a farm … you would never guess that now.
Born on 20″ wheels with full finger gloves and pre-scarred shins, I tend to prefer the dirt for some fun on the rolling circles of life. The complete truth is that any time I am on any bike, on any ride… hand me a Milwaukee’s Best and I’ll say “It doesn’t get any better than this!”
Something you didn’t know about Bob
My favorite band is The Bob Crewe Generation.
Originally from Bocas Del Toro, Panama, I have been on a bike since I was a kid. To this day cycling remains one of my favorite things to do.
Saratoga National Battlefield Loop
Something you didn’t know about Celestino
Before I joined the Blue Sky team, I worked for Serotta Competition Bicycles. There I learned about the art of creating the bicycle of your dreams. I also have an eco-tourism business in Panama called Soposo Rainforest Adventures. Some day, I hope to include cycling as a part of my tour.
Christine grew up near Grand Rapids, Michigan and has lived in the Saratoga Springs area for more than 40 years.
40-mile clockwise loop from her home in Wilton on back roads that takes her past Moreau Lake State Park, the Schuylerville Monument, Saratoga National Battlefield, and home along the northern edge of Saratoga Lake. For Ironman training, repeat.
Something you didn’t know about Chris
Chris was fifty when she completed her first Triathlon.
Waterford, NY by way of Baton Rouge, LA; Akron, OH; Austin, TX; Milwaukee, WI; and Port Orange, FL
Since I’m new to New York, my favorite rides are all in Baton Rouge-area Louisiana. I am a two-time finisher of the Rouge Roubaix race, which i consider on of my biggest accomplishments. I’ve also ridden a number of century-length rides with a small group of friends around the greater Baton Rouge area that involved the Mississippi River and its wonderful ferry and bridge crossings.
Something you didn’t know about Andy
Andy has a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree and is an accomplished tuba player and teacher. In addition to working at BSB, he teaches music at RPI and plays tuba all over the U.S.
This eclectic group of people, with wildly different backgrounds, temperaments and proclivities shares one undying passion and that is the bicycle. We want all of our customers to enjoy their riding experiences – however they define them – as much as we have enjoyed ours over the decades that we have all been riding.
Enjoy your life, stay healthy, keep riding.