Ian Fraser – Ian is well known both in Ottawa and throughout the country for his accomplishments as an elite triathlete. A professional athlete for five years, Ian was a member of the Canadian National Elite Triathlon team from 1994 to 1997. His involvement in both triathlon and the disciplines within the sport is a longstanding one, having coached endurance athletes for 16 years and founded Zone3Sports with partner Rick Hellard. Ian is also a NCCP Level 2 coach. Ian is a strong supporter of the triathlon, running and cycling communities in Ottawa. As founder of the original Cyclelogik, Ian has lent his support to the MS Tour and Kids of Steel Triathlon series over the course of many years. Ian was born and raised in Ottawa. He is a graduate of Carleton University, holding a Bachelor of Economics and is dad to his son Trae and his dog Lex.
Justin Minnes – Over his 11 years on the local bike scene, Justin has established a reputation for his extensive technical knowledge and outstanding customer service – not to mention that he is also one of the best (well, really the best!) mechanics in the city. A cyclist since the age of five, Justin is known for his community involvement and support of all things cycling related. Most notably, Justin has donated his time to provide technical support to the MS Tour for the past 11 summers. Justin is also a graduate of Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English Literature and is known as CL-PBC’s resident philosopher, physicist and grand master of all things trivia related. Although his time on the bike has declined in recent years, he still enjoys a leisurely ride when the weather is favourable.
Alistair Scott – Alistair has been a professional coach for over 15 years. A certified level 4 ski instructor and an NCCP certified level 3 coach whose past athletes can now be found competing at the national level in Canada and the collegiate level in the US, Alistair is increasingly turning his coaching expertise towards his summer love – cycling. Alistair has a keen interest in physiology and the biomechanics of cycling – an interest he has pursued at the academic level, having completed a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Ottawa. Alistair is a passionate cyclist, member of the former Cyclelogik, now Ultralink, racing team, and is following his life long dream by opening CL-PBC. Alistair was born in Lachine, grew up in Burlington, spent a decade in Whistler and has called the Ottawa area home for the past 11 years. He currently resides in Aylmer with his wife Cathy and his daughter Riley.