All things bicycles — frames, components, accessories and service — find a home here at OBC, alongside delicious coffees, teas & pastries from a variety of quality sources in Omaha. OBC is a space where group rides begin and end, friends meet to geek out about bikes, and the cycling movement in Omaha is pushed forward. Transportation on two wheels is our passion, but then again so is really anything on two wheels — we don’t judge, we’re here to help with your next adventure. Need help finding a route? We’re pretty darn familiar with bike routes all over our fair city and would love to help you get from A to B with ease.

Sarah J.

Sarah thinks bikes will change your world if you let them. She’s pushing the city to embrace bicycles as not just recreation but transportation. Sarah enjoys event planning, coffee drinking (black, like her heart), raising backyard chickens, and trying to get more folks (women in particular!) to incorporate bikes into their daily life here in Omaha. She also serves as the Vice Chair of our local transportation equity non-profit, Mode Shift Omaha. Come in and ask her all about it! #pedalhappy #shiftomaha #bikegang

Jim P. aka “the wizard”

DH racer in a previous life, now exploring what Omaha has to offer after relocating here from New Jersey! You’ll see him atop the saddle of his Lynskey OBC Rambler leading our Thursday night group rides or on his Jamis Dragon Slayer Pro if he’s off road in the woods. He’s been in the industry turning wrenches for over 20 years and has a real passion for solving complicated bike problems. Try him, he’ll likely find the solution to your weird bike problems…and maybe even fabricate a part to aid in the process. Wizard. Fo real.


Meet the newest addition to the OBC squad! Mattie has a bunch of coffee experience as a barista and a roaster, plus the coolest pin collection you ever did see. She rides a Jamis Renegade with a Brooks Cambium saddle and spends her free time walking her cat, Chino. Mattie does in fact speak a little German, and her favorite word just happens to be Eichhörnchen, the German word for squirrel 🙂



Forever our shop dog! Loved riding in her Burley Tail Wagon and chasing sticks (and food).