CEO Anthony Bucci isn't the only top RevZilla Motorsports LLC executive who's stepping down, 10 months after private-investment firm JW Childs joined  the fast-growing, Navy Yard-based motorcycle-gear direct retailer, plus California-based Cycle Gear stores, into a new company, Comoto Holdings Inc.

David Price, RevZilla's chief financial officer and one of its first employees, is also leaving, the company confirmed after I heard it from people familiar with the changes. He'll be replaced by Greg Teed, who was CFO at Arhaus Furniture, and spent the 2000s rising through key posts at mall-retailing giant The Limited. Teed will serve as CFO for both Comoto and RevZilla.

Teed spent the past six years as CFO at Arhaus, an Ohio-based chain with 66 stores (locally King of Prussia and Marlton). Before that he had been a Vice President of Finance at Limited from 2001-11, including five years at the company's Bath & Body Works unit.

Kull said only that RevZilla's plans are to keep growing on their current plan, in cooperation with its investors.