Steven LeBoyer

Steven steers the ship at Savile Road. Fresh off of Wall Street, he got his start in the cycling industry applying his knack for precision and trend forecasting at some of the most esteemed bike shops in New York City. Prior to opening Savile Road he was the director of the Serotta Fit Lab and his resume is peppered with endorsements and certifications from the likes of Serotta International Cycling Institute, International Bike Fitting Institute and ReTul. In addition to all the acronyms after his name, he also has the tangible experience of thousands of fits under his belt. The breadth of these observations has lent him the knowledge to personalize each fit to the riders' individual needs.

In addition to directing The Bike Fit Experience™, Steven is our Chief Regaler and loves to share the stories he's collected working in the industry. An avid collector, his cycling memorabilia adorns the walls of Savile Road so if you're looking for a conversation starter, just look around. He is also a human rolodex of vintage and European automobile trivia, and never misses an opportunity to discuss the more interesting rides that pass by the shop. Steven is aided by his steadfast accomplices Tullio and Stella who comprise the welcoming committee at Savile Road. 

Michael Dieffenbach

With a background in finance and merchandising, Michael joins Savile Road as an inventory and point of sale specialist. A devourer of spec sheets and geometry tables, he can be pretty helpful on the sales floor, too. Michael is moved by the human aspects of cycling - the merging of cultures, the self expression, the challenges, the triumphs and the appreciation of the journey itself. He is drawn to the idea of bike shops as cultural hubs and believes that the cycling experience is enriched when we lean into its anthropological aspects. 

In addition to looking at and talking about bikes, Michael also occasionally likes to ride them. Long format rides are his preference; Tantric Cycling you might call it. His favorite routes have elevation profiles that mimic a heart rate monitor, but he still rides the bike path if he has to. He'll even dabble with the downhill park if you pay for his lift ticket.

Patrick macdonald

Patrick is a UBI certified mechanic and suspension technician with 12 years experience as well as a graduate of the DT Swiss Wheel Building Academy. Regardless of what you throw at him, he will throw wrenches at it until it works better. Given that he spends so much of his time working on other peoples bikes, he eschews fancier equipment in his own quiver opting instead for simpler machines like track bikes and friction shifters.

Moving on from a career racing Fixed Gear Criteriums, Road and Cyclocross, Patrick now focuses on year-round commuting and wet-weather whip skids. "Wet and grimy for a good old timey" he says. We say, "do as Patrick says, not as he does". 

Patrick also politely requests that you please hold your line and call out potholes.