About us

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Greg (far left) and Stacy (far right) on the cover of the Fall 2014 edition of “American Randonneur”. The photo was taken by Jenny Oh Hatfield on the 2014 Davis 600K Brevet.

Greg and Stacy Kline are ultra-distance cyclists who enjoy all forms of bicycling but especially randonneuring, double century (200 mile) rides, bicycle commuting and club riding.

We are both certified instructors with the League of American Bicyclists and the American Bicycle Education Association (Cycling Savvy) and enjoy sharing with others the techniques we have learned to stay safe while riding.

We teach Traffic Skills and Cycling Savvy courses in Orange County, California.

We advocate for improved conditions and treatment of cyclists as board members of the Orange County Bicycle Coalition.

We are also on the board of directors of the Orange County Wheelmen where we are working to make OCW the safest and best trained bike club.

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3 thoughts on “About us

    1. Hi Mila,

      The 100 Cols tour was fantastic! We remember meeting you in La Chaise-Dieu. Your touring tips and photos were very inspiring. Maybe we’ll see you in 2019 when we return to France to ride Paris-Brest-Paris and the 100 Cols again.

      All the best,


  1. Hi Greg and Stacy. Your Dave Moulton Fuso’s were spotted in Paris last August by one of the members of the Dave Moulton Group on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/543672059105443/ Obviously it created a bit of a stir. We’re excited to see the Fuso’s getting around and hope you can join our group. Rumor has it that several of us are planning to ride Eroica 2016 and hope to connect with you and other Fuso owners.


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