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When we set out to make a team, we wanted to make it an extension of the family we have here at our headquarters. Riders who truly live the Revel life every day. From racing to huge adventures to jib tricks, we like to think we have one of the most well rounded teams in mountain biking.

Meet Team Revel

Lani Bruntz

Lani’s life centers around the outdoors.  When it comes to bikes, she will equally seek out a bikepacking expedition to a daily adventure ride to downhill laps – it all captivates her.  Her mountain biking career initially kicked off by living out of a Subaru and riding trails all over the country, focused on advocacy and sustainable trail development while working on IMBA’s Trail Care Crew. After four years living purely on the road, she settled into Crested Butte, Colorado.  Mountain biking is a medium for exploration and discovery for Lani.  Lani works as a mountain biking, hiking, cat skiing and backcountry ski guide for Irwin Guides and for Eleven Experience’s properties in Colorado and Iceland.  If she’s not on her bike, you will find her on her skis.

@leilani.rose.b

Lani skis the WURL

Elizabeth Sampey

Eliza Sampey has been an unconventional endurance athlete her whole life; growing up exploring the woods near her family farm on bikes, horses, skis, and poorly built log rafts. Her parents knew she was a “crazy one” by the age of two, when she refused to stop skiing around the yard in the frigid Minnesota winter and they had to drag her indoors to avoid frostbite. These days Liz spends her time training for self-supported multisport adventures worldwide, from Peru to Pakistan. Liz was the first member of the Revel team and proceeded ride her brand-new Rascal in the Arizona Trail Race and setting a new women’s record. When not exploring the world by bike, Dr. Sampey owns a boutique adventure coaching and physical therapy business and lives in her van in the American West.

@elizasampey

Mike Sampson

Mike Sampson is a maple syrup aficionado who grew up in New Hampshire ski racing in blisteringly cold conditions in the winters and biking with his family in the summers. After graduating from Fort Lewis College, he moved straight to Aspen and it didn’t take too long to discover Why Cycles and Revel Bikes. Mike’s been working in bike shops since the age of 14 and racing bikes all around the country while doing it. Mike is the spandex nerd of the group being an XC racer, but is no stranger to big bikes and likes to party on the way down.

@slampsonite

Corinne Prevot

Corinne Prevot is a Burlington, VT based Enduro racer. When she isn’t going fast between the tape, she is running her apparel company, Skida. Corinne has also played a huge role in helping Revel choose frame colors and even some amazing collaborations

@krinster

Mason Bond

Originally hailing from Grass Valley, CA and now residing in Sedona, AZ, Mason Bond has been a fixture on the enduro race scene for years. He is known best for his unbelievable speed through technical terrain and his ability to spread positivity in any situation. In the past year, his focus has been shifting from away racing more towards video and content creation on the trails around the Southwest.

@macebond007

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Brady Tweedy

Based in Salt Lake City, UT Brady brings the freestyle flare to the team. He never ceases to amaze us with what he can accomplish on a Revel.

@BradyTweedy

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Commitment To Sustainability

Here at Revel, our goal is more than simply designing and sharing amazing bikes that we love to ride. And it’s more than merely trying to offer the best customer service and purchasing experience possible. Our higher goal is to go home every day and feel good about ourselves, and that goes one step further – we want to find balance for ourselves and others by making this world a better place by any means we are able. To that end, we are committed to having the most environmentally-sustainable business we possibly can.  We recycle all inbound cardboard and plastic that comes to our office, and we don’t use plastic and paper ware in our office break room.  Adding to that, we choose to work with a manufacturer that abides to these principles too. They are committed to recycling scrap carbon, minimizing or eliminating the use of harsh chemicals in the manufacturing process and recycling and disposing of shop items responsibly.