you’re anything like us, you’re addicted to cycling. It’s the freedom of being
on a bike, the burning feeling through your legs when you climb a steep hill,
the feeling of accomplishment after a big ride and the competitiveness and
camaraderie that makes the sport so enjoyable.
And then, of course, there’s all the gear! You’re on a constant hunt for new equipment. Equipment that will make your ride feel lighter, faster and perhaps even a lot cooler. That’s what we love about cycling (just as much as having that latte at the end of a ride). Bicycles, wheels, components, saddles, handlebars - it’s never-ending and so much fun.
We’re here to help you with your addiction.
Bike Chaser exists to support and foster the growth of the Australian
cycling community by providing a platform for cyclists to connect, trade and
sell anything bicycle via our simple yet comprehensive trading platform,
designed to remove the cost and hassle of buying and selling cycling gear.
Bike Chaser and be part of Australia’s number one Cycling Community. You’ll get
access to exclusive discounts, deals and content sourced by us to benefit you.
We’re partnering with a charity that is representing every single cyclist in Australia. A charity whose sole purpose is to protect you and me – the Amy Gillett Foundation. We donate at least 10% of our ad placement revenue directly to the Amy Gillett Foundation.
We’re here to enhance the cycling community in Australia. As YOU are very much integral to what our company stands for, we’d love to hear your suggestions. Please feel free to contact us.
Jonas was born and bred in 'the city of cycling', also known as Copenhagen, Denmark, and has wheels, cranks & gears pedalling through his DNA. He got his first bike before he could walk and has practically been glued to a bike ever since. He has since traded in his three-wheeler for a full-carbon race bike and, like any Dane, is a keen ride-to-work cyclist.
corporate career working in strategy and analytics for some of Australia’s
largest players within energy and finance and a night time hobby of building
websites and studying everything from accounting to personal training, his
daily bike rides are a welcome distraction from the many hours spent in front
of a computer.
Jonas demonstrates his view of the bicycle as THE KEY mode of transport by the way he looks after his clapped out 1998 Mitsubishi Magna.
Cameron was born in the city of the Tour Down Under, Adelaide, but has since convinced his wife that every house more than 1 km from Beach Road, Melbourne has dry rot, and has set up house/bike locker along the busiest cycling route in the world. The only thing to pull this tough guy off his bike and stay home is his two little girls (and a light drizzle).
Cameron has travelled the world with his career, selling complex software solutions to some of the world’s largest organisations. These days his travels are limited to trips up and down Beach Road where he likes to sport what (in his own opinion) is the most aero bike known to mankind.
Ultimately, what you really need to know is this: with fate at play, or at least a fling Jonas had with Cameron's sister in Ireland, Jonas & Cameron met and the inevitable idea of Bike Chaser was born. A business that pays tribute to what they both stand for - A Love for Anything Bicycle.
Co-founders of Bike Chaser Cameron Nicholls & Jonas Christensen getting behind a passion of theirs; the Amy Gillett Foundation, and keeping Australian roads safe.