Zach is a 2x Olympian, champion cyclist, team director and business owner. - LinkedIn
Zach raced professionally on the road for eleven years, three years at a pro continental level in Europe, North America and Asia. He was also a world champion track cyclist and Commonwealth Games Bronze Medalist.
Presently, Zach is the Team Director for a professional woman’s cycling team and an RBC Olympian working as a brand and public ambassador.
In addition to his experiences in professional athletics, Zach founded the Parcours Institute, an organization focused on the development and delivery of certifications for professional road cycling.
Zach has personally developed two charitable initiatives: “Paxton’s Lights for Hope”, a program that benefits BC Women’s Hospital NICU, and “Northern LYTES: Linking Youth to Elite Sport.” The LYTES program brings Olympic level athletes and coaches into rural communities in northern Canada to interact, connect through sport and develop community programs for youth.
Yukon born Zach tested his talent range during university taking both Jazz Dance and Astronomy courses.