Kyle is a third-year medical student at the Mayo Clinic. In addition to his medical studies, he teaches classes on microbiology and competes in triathlons and mountain bike races. Kyle worked as a mechanic, group-ride leader, and salesperson at a bicycle repair shop during his time in college. He raced for the University of Alabama Triathlon team for four years, where he competed in ironman distance races and qualified for the world championship in offroad triathlon. Kyle has a deep love for cycling and his desire for a more convenient and affordable option for bicycle repair led to the founding of our business.
Austin is a philosophy graduate turned software engineer with an entrepreneurial spirit. His background as a professional photographer exposed him to business and marketing strategies with an emphasis on customer satisfaction. Austin’s experience in various languages and frameworks such as Java, Python/Django, React, and Ruby on Rails allowed him to translate his co-founder Kyle Robinson’s vision into FixMyBike. When he is not programming, Austin enjoys long-distance running, chess, and photography.
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