Brett is a Wood River Valley native with a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Environmental Studies. She has a background in land use planning, conservation, non-profits, and Yellowstone trail work. When she is not working to improve biking or riding herself, she is working for her family’s farm or in the mountains skiing.
Not only is Matt the most enthusiastic rider we know, he is also a number whiz who helps keep us in line. A native to the Wood River Valley, Matt grew up skiing and riding in our killer backyard. When he is not zipping around the mountains at high speeds, Matt can be found working hard as the director of American Capital Advisory, an investment management firm, and serving on the board of directors of Sustain Blaine, the economic organization for Blaine County.
Muffy has been in the Wood River Valley for over twenty years. In that time she has graced us with her athletic and community-oriented energy and enthusiasm. She has served on numerous boards and committees including the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation, Environmental Resource Center, the Galena Trails Advisory Committee and the Boulder Mountain Tour Executive Committee. She created a subculture of Nordic skiing, known locally as the Vamps—a thriving women’s Nordic ski club Muffy founded in 1997.
Skipping school to skateboard ended when Don got a mountain bike but the theme remained the same. Don cut his teeth on the rocky trails of Western Virginia and since has adventured all over the country and even the world riding. Don operates the fabulous Galena Lodge 24 miles north of Ketchum with his wonderful wife, Erin. Go check out the Lodge for riding and Nordic skiing in the winter, and be sure to try a “Don Bar”. They’re delicious!
Joel moved to the Wood River Valley in 2011 with his wife Amy and daughter Fleur, after 7 years in London. They always knew this was the type of community they eventually wanted to call home and are thrilled to be here. Joel loves cycling of all stripes, from commuting, to touring, to road racing. His experience and passion is a great addition the Wood River Bike Coalition.
Tory has become a true ambassador for the new sport of fat biking in the winter. She was featured in the New York Times, Idaho Statesman, and Idaho Public Television talking up her new favorite activity. When she is not pedaling her awesome bike around in the snow with the best smile possible, she is serving our community’s fire & rescue department.
Originally from North Carolina, Marc grew up riding slippery rock, leaves, and much more technical trails than the rest of us in the Wood River Valley. He proves it in his riding style. If there is something going on that involves bikes Marc is leading the charge with his burley kids trailer filled with cold beverages for everyone. Marc: “I love bicycles. I love to share the joy of bikes with others. Let’s ride!”
Cameron ditched his array of more traditional sports like golf, baseball, and basketball the moment he discovered cycling and he has never really been the same. After a season in a bike shop, Cameron now works for Club Ride; he fills nearly every moment of the day with something bike related. Cameron is a native to the Wood River Valley with an adventurous and tireless spirit, spending more time pedaling than most would think is possible.