Cyclesport Travel staff from left to right: Scott Wente, Dave Supple, Tim Scholbrock, Mark Plane, Colin O’Brien.


Scott Wente: Scott is one of the founders of CST.  Scott has been involved in cycling for over 25 years, beginning with racing, then moving to the retail side. Scott was service manager of one of the largest bike shops in the Midwest, and has been at Cronometro for 9 years, doing both sales and service. In addition to ride support in France, Scott has also done support for, Horribly Hilly Hundreds, Dairy-land Dare and other local events in and around Madison.
Dave Supple: Dave has been on staff since the inception of CycleSport Travel. After 20 years of teaching Physical Education classes at the UW-Madison, Dave now works for the UW Recreational Sports Dept. Once very active in the Madison area Bike Racing scene and the Brazen Dropouts, Dave now prefers to focus on logistics and route planning for the CST groups.
Tim Scholbrock: A CST staff member for 3 years, Tim’s passion for cycling began in 5th grade with a Schwinn Stingray that he rode on his newspaper route.
In the late 70’s Tim began track racing while in dental school.  He has completed many tours, both self-supported, and guided throughout the US and Europe. Tim also enjoys inline skating, mountain biking, and cross country skiing. Retiring in 2014 has allowed Tim to pursue his passion by guiding with CST.
Mark Plane: has been planning and guiding international group trips since 1985, when he began leading college summer courses in Kenya and Tanzania. He began planning European cycling trips in 2002, and has been with CST since its inception in 2010. Mark teaches English writing courses to international students at UW-Madison, raced bikes for nearly 20 years, and continues to compete in cross country ski races.
Colin O’Brien: Colin is the founder and president of Cronometro Inc and Issimo Design llc as well as an original member of CST. Decades of developing bike fitting processes, bike and product design followed a racing career at the national level. Non bike interests include ancient and medieval history. Colin loves to brings this perspective to the CST adventure