Our Team

Meet the EcoSpeed Team

Brent Bolton

Brent Bolton with his customized BikeE FX with EcoSpeed drive, which is great for trail riding.

Brent Bolton, an electrical engineer with a degree from Rice University, is the founder and CEO of EcoSpeed. Brent worked in hardware engineering and Multimedia before starting the company, and was associated with Intel for 15 years.

Brent spends most days and some nights on product design and engineering, always focused on the next big development for our mid-drive systems. With more than a decade of developing these systems, Brent has created well performing options where none had previously existed. With a belief in making the best, Brent’s inventiveness has lead to the development of our high quality and eco friendly transportation choices…. choices that we believe will make our world a better place.

Brad Davis

Brad and the shop dog Zoe commuting on their Portland made Metrofiets cargo bike.

Brad and the shop dog Zoe commuting on their Portland made Metrofiets cargo bike.


Brad started at EcoSpeed in 2007 on a volunteer basis after a chance sighting of an EcoSpeed kit. He had fallen in love with the machine and all the social, environmental, and physical implications that electric bikes offer the world. He joined the team and has since graduated with a bachelors degree in Human Studies and a certificate in Business Management from Marylhurst University.

Brad has worked for EcoSpeed from the ground up and has gone from summer volunteer to General Manager. He wants to help people experience the same joy of riding an EcoSpeed bike that he experiences with his, and he is dedicated to providing the opportunity. His energy is involved with all the operations of the company, and when you work with us he will be your personal contact.


Ian Winter

Ian shows off a mid-drive equipped Lightfoot recumbent

Ian shows off a mid-drive equipped Lightfoot recumbent

As an Electrical Technician at EcoSpeed, Ian can be found working on controller boards, soldering switches and doing the final assembly and programming of each Velociraptor motor controller.

Ian is also a talented photographer and responsible for many of the EcoSpeed photos you see on our website and up on facebook.

He loves to commute by bike and is a full-time student studying mechanical engineering at Portland State University.


Jean Abbott

Jean and her Delta Trike named "Tootles"

Jean and her Delta Trike named “Tootles”

Jean became an EcoSpeed rider in 2009, and joined the team in May of 2014. An enthusiastic convert,  Jean is excited about the benefits of electric cycling and wishes to share them with the world. She has a background in event planning and teaching, and currently runs her own successful craft business, Mama Jean’s Kind Threads. Jean uses her bike as her company car for her business, from picking up supplies and doing runs to the post office and deliveries to galleries. She is here to help us with our outreach and marketing, as well as bringing her sunshine into our office tasks.


Tom Seaman


Tom Seaman prototypes a custom Mid-Drive motor on his folding Kokopedli bike.


Tom works in the shop building kits seasonally and also enjoys prototyping new designs.  He is seen in this picture riding the folding bike he has designed.


Tom Moxon


Tom volunteers as EcoSpeed’s Vice President of Engineering and designed of our motor controller’s hardware.

Tom Moxon is also the founder of Moxon Design, an electronics design consulting organization. He has designed integrated circuits for a number of client companies, including Cray Research, Adobe Systems, Hewlett Packard, Silicon Graphics, Rohm, and Hyundai Electronics.

Tom is currently working on new display electronics.