Retül University Instructors

Todd Carver, Chief Fit and Education Officer of Retül

Todd has more than 15 years of experience working with cyclists to improve performance. Todd's career started while attending college at the University of Colorado in Boulder, where he conducted his research in the Applied Exercise Science Laboratory. During this time Todd was able to study some of the best cyclists in the sport, and use some of the top sport science labs in the world to begin to understand the vast world of cycling science. Todd also has five years of experience working at the prestigious Boulder Center for Sports Medicine as a biomechanics technician. In this clinical setting, Todd honed in his skills on how to analyze and treat sport-specific overuse injuries. Now, almost six years after co-founding Retül, Todd works as the Director of Fit for the global and ever-expanding Retül University. In his free time, Todd enjoys spending time with his wife and two boys, cycling and skiing.

Ivan O’Gorman

Ivan O’Gorman came to Retül from the great country of Ireland with his wife and newborn daughter. Ivan studied biomechanics through UCLA, has completed many of the world's top bike fit education programs, and has performed hundreds of fits at Retül Studios in Boulder. He competes regularly on the Ironman circuit as an elite age group athlete. He has raced both Ironman and Ironman 70.3 World Championships and has also represented Ireland in rugby and equestrian events in his younger years. He has a keen eye for attention to detail and is known for his efforts in ensuring his clients are thoroughly happy with their bike fit.

Garrett Getter

Garrett is a Retül Certified Master fitter and is currently the Fit Services Manager at the Retül studio headquarters in Boulder, CO. Garrett has been racing and riding bikes for over 15 years.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in integrative physiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder.  His time at CU included extensive work in both the locomotion lab and applied exercise science lab where he had the opportunity to work with some of the best researchers in their fields.  Garrett is currently a lead coach for Boulder Junior Cycling in both the Mountain bike and Cyclocross programs.