Scott E. Dunwoody

January 21, 1973August 26, 2021

Scott E. Dunwoody, former owner of DG Bicycles, 48, of Whitestown, Indiana, passed away August 26, 2021. He was born January 21, 1973 in Indianapolis, Indiana to Steven and Evelyn (Neighbors) Dunwoody. Scott was a 1992 graduate of Carmel High School and a graduate of IUPUI, class of 2007. He is survived by his wife, Audrey Knuckles; children, Makenna, Savannah and Erica Dunwoody. He was preceded in death by his parents, Steven Dunwoody and Evelyn (Neighbors) Dunwoody. He began working in bicycle shops at age 10 at Chico’s Bicycle Shop. From there he became store manager of Bike Wave, Inc. and then opened DG Bicycles, LLC in Feb. 2009. After closing DG Bicycles in Dec. 2020 he became general manager of Tire Discounters until accepting the position of area sales manager for Leon Cycles where he worked at the time of his death. He was a very caring and loving father, husband and son, and friend. He will be deeply missed. Friends and family are invited to gather with the family on Thursday, September 9, 2021 from 4-7 PM at Leppert Mortuary-Nora Chapel, 740 E. 86th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, September 10, 2021 at St. Luke Catholic Church, 7575 Holliday Drive East, Indianapolis, Indiana. Inurnment to follow at Crown Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family with the following link: Also, donations may be made applicable to "Saint Luke Preschool Tuition Assistance”

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Joshua Chung

September 10, 2021

Scott, it was a pleasure being able to work with you. We weren't able to meet in person, but I could always feel your energy dedication and love for bikes at every weekly call. You were a valuable member to the team. You will be missed!

Stuart Brown

September 9, 2021

Scott, you were always a wonderful person and great friend. My last memory of you is helping Me and Tricia pack the moving truck when we moved to South Carolina lots of laughs and tears when we pulled out! . You always cared and kept in touch. May god wrap you and your family in his arms and give you peace. You will be missed! Love you my friend!

Patrick Bourdillon

September 8, 2021

Scott was my “bike guy” for the last 12 years. He became indispensable to me, and he will be sorely missed. Not just as the person who would drop everything to help me out when I needed him for whatever bike issue I had at the time, but as a friend who would help me with whatever issues came up, however remotely they were related to the bikes.
It started with his expertise on a friend’s bike crash, which he correctly diagnosed in seconds as due to a malpositioned screw in the rear mount that caused the wheel to jam, which others had missed. For my own crashes he was an invaluable help in replacing sadly damaged bikes on two occasions. And he was also invaluable with the insurance issues involved.
No job was too small or too big for Scott to give it his full attention and get me back on the road in the shortest amount of time possible. Always with that friendly smile and generous heart.
I miss him. My bikes miss him.

Ryan Gladieux

August 31, 2021

My sincerest condolences to the family, friends, acquaintances and everyone else Scott leaves behind.

I dealt with Scott on a professional level, but in the course of getting to know him over the years, ended up dealing with him quite a bit on a personal level as well.

I stayed on his couch a couple times for a few days while visiting the city, and always enjoyed the time spent hanging out, talking bikes and life.

Whenever either of us would end up in the other's city, we'd go out to dinner to catch up, and we always had a great time! I was really looking forward to seeing him in a couple weeks.

Scott was a very special person, gregarious to a fault, never met a stranger. His warm smile and infectious laugh will be missed.