Who are these guys?

Current Board Members

Toni Bain – Treasurer toni@dmbta.org

Started in the accounting profession and riding mountain bikes at the end of the 1980s  Volunteered on the first bike patrol in Chino Hills State Park in Southern California, maintaining trails, giving directions and offering help to riders. She relocated to Southern Utah in 1993, and has been running her accounting business and recreating in the area since that time. Most of our trails did not exist in those early years here, so she has watched and participated in the evolution of mountain biking in Southern Utah. An avid mountain biker, her goal is to help maintain and expand our great trails, while enjoying them as often as possible.

 

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Aden Sahagun is a long time mountain biker and trail builder. Co-owner of www.7dtools.com, business partner in www.SoloSafeInc.com. Currently my Day job is at MCM Engineering in Cedar City. Started C-Chapter and joined the DMBTA to help strengthen Southern Utah’s mountain bike presence.

More info on Iron County

 

Jan Gillespie is a Geologist who recently moved to Kanab after spending over 20 yrs mountain biking in California and elsewhere.  Besides single track, I also like using the MTB to travel in more remote areas than a road bike can handle…especially in somewhat exotic locations like Borneo, Thailand, Montenegro, Alaska and Mexico.  It’s a fabulous way to get to know other countries and lots of fun too!  I’ve ridden quite a bit in Utah and hope to get more acquainted with the trails and the other MTB enthusiasts.

More info on Kane County here.

 

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President – Kevin Christopherson started Mountain biking in 1985.
-Started designing and building single track in 1990, including the Jazz trail which was named after our dog, and was recently voted one of the best 15 trails on the BLM.
-Co-Race director for events in the Cannondale Cup Point Series in the 90’s.
-Was part of the original Moab Bike Patrol from 1997-2007.
-Worked as a fish and wildlife biologist on environmental issues, habitat improvement, and stream hydrology.
-More info on Washington County

Ricki Brown is the DMBTA Escalante/Boulder Chapter El Presidente. Born in England 1949, he is now a full time resident of Escalante, Utah. Since coming to the U.S., he has been involved with mountain biking and trail advocacy since its inception. Retired now in Escalante, running two luxury vacation homes http://www.laluz.net catering to world wide adventurers. Promoting trail development around Escalante and in the Dixie national forest is his passion.

More info on Garfield County.