Youth Cycling Programs

We are very proud to be working with our city as well as high school teams from all over the bay area, to encourage youth activity programs. We have our own Triclub, Concept Cyclery Tri Club, with a dynamic youth program run by the incredibly talented and experienced Sharon Osgood. We also work with organizations such as the United States of America Triathon (USAT), the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) and the NorCal High School Cycling League to promote participation in our sport. We encourage any high school team looking for a shop to help support them, to reach out to us.

For more information contact Bruce Hollibaugh directly at

The Challenged Athletes Foundation

Concept Cyclery is proud to be associated with the Challenged Athletes Foundation. The relationship began with the introduction to a very special person by the name of Rudy Garcia-Tolson.

Concept's President Bruce Hollibaugh met Rudy when he came up from San Diego to be fit in the ConceptFit Performance Studio. Mr. Hollibaugh said "I first met Rudy during his fit session with us and it took all of 60 seconds to be inspired by him. I can't explain it, but I knew right then and there that something more than a bike fit was going to come out of this experience. Rudy and I talked a little about the Challenged Athlete Foundation, so I did some research and knew I had to get involved in the very important work this group is doing.".

If you are an executive that is interested in getting involved, but might be concerned about the time and effort commitment, relax, we have worked it all out for you. The founder of Concept Cyclery is a Silicon Valley executive himself, so he knows how demanding a career can be. The program is very realistic and is completely custom designed for each executive to fit into their time slots available.

We start with a Concept Progressive Fit in our performance studio. This fit is designed to progressively take you from a position of maximum comfort using every trick in our book(including super comfy saddles), to a tuned endurance athlete ready to put on the miles.

Challenged Athletes Foundation

A Brief History of CAF

Established in 1997, the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) is a unique organization that recognizes the athletic greatness inherent in all people with physical challenges and supports their athletic endeavors by providing grants for training, competition and equipment needs.

Grants are awarded for a wide range of physical challenges, across the entire spectrum of sport. CAF does not discriminate by age, disability, sport or level of ability. The hundreds of athletes assisted by CAF range from world class athletes competing on an international level to those who are recently disabled and are intent on becoming more active.

Grants are distributed once a year, with applications being accepted from September 1st to December 1st each year.

For more information contact Bruce Hollibaugh directly at