Sal Lilienthal


BICYCLE TOUR COMPANY, Kent, CT (21 years) 11/1997 – 12/2018 present

Owner/Director: Operated and coordinated events in four countries and 10 states with over 20,000 clients. Helped raise millions of dollars for charities and non-profits. Organized Team Building Activities for Corporate Groups. Received an award from the CT Conference on Tourism for consistently supporting the State with value added contributions.

*Founder, Western New England Greenway (A Bike Trail connecting NYC to Montreal through CT, MA and VT)

*Founder, Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys National Heritage Corridor

*Chairman W3R-CT, Board Member, Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail

*Campaign Cabinet, CT Society of the Sons of the American Revolution


Revolutionary Battles: Experience America’s Roads to Independence. 25 Tours from Quebec, Canada 1998-2014 to Savannah Georgia connecting hundreds of Revolutionary War Sites. 271 pages, fifteen years in-the-field research.

Revolutionary Connecticut: Nathan Hale, Ethan Allen, Benedict Arnold and Israel Putnam on-line Themed 2012- 2013
Tours to Complement the State’s “Still Revolutionary” Tourism Campaign. Funded Project with State and Federal Grants.

MOTOROLA AND SATURN CYCLING TEAMS, Kortrijk, Belgium 1/1994-10/1997
While based in Belgium for three years, travelled across the globe providing technical support for many world class cyclists including Lance Armstrong, Sean Yates, Phil Anderson, Steve Bauer & Axel Merckx at Tour de France level events.

U.S. NATIONAL TEAM, U.S. Pro Licensed Mechanic Colorado Springs, CO 1991-1993
Completed U.S. Cycling Federation training course at the Olympic Training Center 12/1989
Lived with riders and staff in Belgium, France, and Germany to prepare for the 1992 Olympics.

STUDENT HOSTELING PROGRAM, Conway, MA Summers 1985-1990
Led bicycle tours in Europe and North America, including a trip from VA to CO

CITIBANK, Wall Street, New York, NY 6–8/1987
Summer Intern: Institutional Bank’s Securities and Bond Issuing Department


HOBART COLLEGE, Geneva, NY Bachelor of Arts: Major, Economic Development / Minor, Asian Studies 6/1988

*STUDENT TRUSTEE (2 year term) 9/1987 – 6/1988

Elected voting member Hobart and William Smith Colleges Board of Trustees

*HONORS THESIS 9/1987 – 1/1988

Debt Crisis and Underdevelopment: A Critical Examination of U.S. Imperialism in the Periphery

*SRI LANKA YEAR ABROAD PROGRAM, Kandy, Sri Lanka 9/1985 – 5/1986

Included an extensive Field Study at a remote location in Central Sri Lanka with International Irrigation Management Institute Indigenous Researchers and Japanese Advisors (represented the only Westerner on location): Dams, Hydro-electricity, Peasant Agriculture and Economic Development


Eagle Scout, Greenwich, CT 5/1982

Computer Skills: Word, Excel, Quick Books and Power Point