What’s With The Name?
In European bicycle racing, a Service Course is a professional cycling team’s base of operations where equipment and vehicles are stored and maintained. These are places where all the heavy lifting occurs between races, where major repairs are undertaken to get bikes and equipment into race ready condition. From there they are loaded onto team trucks, cars and buses and driven to the particular events. Jeff’s history in the sport of cycling brought them together and spurred the name. The goal of Service Course Auto Works is to have your vehicle leave our workshop in race ready condition, whether you’ll be racing to work, to pick up the kids or racing to a fantastic weekend of cycling in the gaps, you can rest assured your car will get you there.
Kevin joined us at the end of 2020, right before the arrival of his first born son, Oliver! A few sleepless nights back then, but it’s all smoothly sailing these days, for he and his wife Heather(of Magnolia Heather Art). Kevin is a fellow cyclist, and has a history of other athletic accomplishments from his younger days including rowing. Kevin is also a member of The Manual Gearbox Preservation Society.