Kelly and Heidi turned their love of biking into a family run business in Kingston, Washington.
From bike mechanics, to the mountain bike resort, to events at the Silver Creek Lounge, meaningful customer relationships are the key to NOC's success.
It's more than the bike, it's more than the ride, it's a lifestyle.
CEO, Mechanic, Advocate
Your bike is in good hands. Night Owl Cycling owner Kelly Campo has been working on bikes since he was a teen. Kelly attended Portland’s United Bike Institute's Pro Bike Mechanics class and continues to update his skills through UBI’s on-going continuing ed concerning the latest in bike technology and service. Kelly teaches classes on bike maintenance and repair for our customers.
Kelly has been encouraging and teaching others how to mountain bike for years. He is a FIT Level II Certified Instructor under retired downhill pro racer Simon Lawton (Fluidride). Kelly is spending a lot of quality time with his mini U17 excavator building trails throughout their 120 acres of forestry land. The trails will be “built for teaching” and filled with features to help you learn and master all the skills you need for mountain biking.
Kelly incorporated his love of biking into his previous “day job” for nearly 30 years as a physical therapist. He has helped countless athletes with injuries and incorporated bike fitting into his job as well. Kelly is a certified cycling coach and is trained in the assessment of both running and cycling biomechanics. In addition to mountain bike racing and road cycling, he has competed in numerous triathlons. Kelly has volunteered multiple times with the medical team for the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii.
Kelly is dedicated to our mountain bike community and has served on the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance Westsound Chapter council, was the Project Manager for the new Port Gamble Ride Park, and currently serves on the Port Gamble Stewardship Committee.
COO, Marketing, Hostess
Heidi took up mountain biking in her 30’s when her oldest son learned to ride without training wheels. She’s been in love with the trails and the trees and her bikes ever since. She has enjoyed numerous careers throughout her life including social service where she specialized in domestic violence, child abuse and parenting education. She has been a graphic designer (and computer geek) since the mid-90’s making logos, brochures, and websites. Heidi owned a business called Mysticool where she sold her beaded jewelry pieces on and off-line for the last 15+ years. She was the Director of Business Development & Marketing for a local insurance agency and has consulted and trained small businesses and nonprofits regarding social media. All of her various endeavors have prepared her for the best job of all - operating Night Owl Cycling.
Heidi has worked for years at nonprofit organizations, volunteer and paid, and feels a great calling to help our community. NOC will be hosting charity events in the Silver Creek Lounge that will benefit local nonprofits.
CTO, Athlete, Probably a Robot
Simon is responsible for engineering and implementing our technological infrastructure at Night Owl Cycling. In other words, he made the website. Simon raced in the BuDu and NW Epic Series for three years and rode from Seattle to Portland in one day at the 2018 STP. He graduated from Western Washington University and now works at a high-growth martech startup. After cracking his skull on a tree, Simon decided to change sports and now enjoys mountain climbing and calisthenics.
CVO, Video-Master, Student
Carter has a great depth of knowledge for movies and a passion for storytelling. He's working toward his Bachelors degree in Game Design from Digipen Institute of Technology. In the meantime, we are utilizing his natural abilities to help create videos for our YouTube Channel. Carter enjoys cross country mountain bike racing with the BuDu Racing and NW Epic series in Western Washington. As of late he has been enjoying gravel bikepacking adventures and is committed to his love of mountain climbing.