VALENCIA, CA (BRAIN)—Road Magazine has brought Dillon Clapp on board to replace Tim Schamber as creative director.
Schamber has decided to move on and pursue creative projects both inside and outside the cycling industry.
Clapp will oversee day-to-day operations of the magazine and manage its creative direction. Clapp comes in with a long history in the bike industry, most recently as one of the founders of Lezyne where he managed both marketing and graphic communications.
“I’ve known everyone here at H3 since its inception,” Clapp said said. “It couldn’t be a better fit and these guys have created an incredible magazine that I’m absolutely honored to take over.”
On top of the many job titles Clapp has had throughout his career in the bike industry he has also raced competitively for about 17 years now while focusing mostly on road for the last eight years.