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The Team @ HC

At Hershey Cycles, the crew is our mantra. You can find good product at most bicycle shops, right? But the experience, knowledge, and overall great vibes this bunch brings to downtown Hershey, Pennsylvania and the surrounding cycling region is simply amazing!

Derek DiMedio - Founder 

 Derek started out as a bicycle messenger in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and worked as an apprentice under international mechanics at Bike Tech on Locust Street. He managed shops in Chicago, Illinois for the famous frame builder Ron Boi and founded the shop Bikesmith in Lake Bluff, Illinois. After 20 years in tech, he returned to the cycling industry to build another shop organically in Hershey, Pennsylvania. 

Tony Stagliano - Business Manager

Tony is from Pottsville, Pennsylvania and is just as comfortable balancing the books as he is behind the workbench.  He can be found most days cruising the streets of Hershey on a longboard.

Todd Cirelli - Cycle Informatic

Todd's expertise lies in his deep understanding of bicycles, particularly high-performance road bikes and their history, making him an invaluable asset to our team. His passion for the outdoors, cultivated during his time in Colorado, further enhances his skills and dedication to the craft.

Lily Parys - Apprentice

Lily's journey began with the meticulous refurbishment of a Trek 330 road bike, showcasing her unparalleled passion for bicycles and remarkable artistic talents. Her unique blend of creativity and craftsmanship adds a real gem to our team.

Scott Knighton - Vintage Tech

 Scott is from Seattle, Washington. He currently works for NOAA and is, by nature, the coolest dude in the group, hands down. The amazing restoration work he performs is a craftmanship that Hershey Cycles offers that just adds to the list of wonderful things this group brings to the region. 

Marco DiMedio - Apprentice

Marco is a downtown, Hershey local. During the summer you can find him on his Waverunner making big turns on the Susquehanna River or downtown at the shop helping out with inventory. Hersheypark is his mantra.