David Treese (2020)
David Treese is the VP of Law, Logistics & Technology at Bonbright Distributors, Inc., a beer distributor that services 9 counties in southwest Ohio for many fine national and regional brewers, including MillerCoors, Pabst, Heineken, Corona, Guinness, New Belgium, Oskar Blues, Cigar City, Lagunitas and Southern Tier, as well as Ohio brewers Great Lakes, Christian Moerlein, Brew Kettle, Moeller Beer Barn, 50 West, and Columbus Brewing.
David is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and the George Washington University School of Law. In a former life he was an attorney in Washington D.C. but thankfully moved to Dayton 25 years ago to join the beer business. An avid mountain biker for over 30 years, David now enjoys cycling in all its forms, including mountain, road, commuting and Link bike share. He is also a Bike Miami Valley board member.
David lives in Oakwood with his wife and when not cycling he enjoys camping in the family Airstream, skiing, golfing and traveling.
Chris Plunkett (2019)
Chris is a married, father of three who uses family “glamping” excursions as a disguise to go check out the most popular mountain bike hotspots in the Midwest and beyond. He once visited Bentonville, AR and now won’t shut up about it but channels that experience to driver his passion for expanding the natural surface trail systems throughout the Miami Valley. Chris pays for his biking and IPA addiction as the Director of Product Development for NYC based mobile payment and media technology company.
susan roosen (2020)
Susan has been a mountain biker for 10 years and has lived in the Dayton area for four. Her husband Ryan is also a mountain biker and they have a three year old son named Julian who loves to zoom around on his balance bike. She is a stay-at-home mom and also volunteers at her church and coordinates a Moms group in Springfield. She loves supporting the local mountain bike community and sharing the sport with others. Join Susan for some group rides, races, and family events this summer!
Dawn Lofland (2020)
Dawn, a road cyclist (yes, it’s okay to ride skinny wheels too), started dating a mountain biker and entered the mountain biking scene in 2017 after riding on a borrowed MTB at the MVMBA Labor Day Brown County weekend. A few weeks later, she demoed a Niner Jet9 MTB from Black Pug Bike Repair to race the XC Classic at MoMBA and then bought the bike the same day! She’s been riding natural surface trails ever since and has completed a couple epic races; the Mohican 100K, and the Ore to Shore Hard Rock. Dawn is a Scrum Master for a leading global provider of information and analytics software and a certified Level 1 MTB instructor with PMBIA. An Ohio native, she's passionate about trail advocacy and getting more women and children on bikes. When she’s not home, she’s visiting National Parks or adventuring on bikes with her daughters and boyfriend.
Membership & Outreach Director
Monika Kaleps (2020)
Race & Competition Director
Pete Hitzeman (2019)
Pete will ride anything with two wheels, sometimes a very long way. When he’s not doing that, he’s running or at the gym, writing as a freelancer, or serving in the Air National Guard. He’s held a wide variety of jobs over the years, but swears the only one he was terrible at was Burger King.
Trail Advocacy Director
Burgess Gow (2020)
Bikes, family, and working with his hands pretty much sums it up for Burgess. He’s passionate about Dayton and its perfect balance of live, work, and play.
business development & Marketing Director
Jordan Hart (2019)
Jordan is an Outdoor Recreation Program Specialist for Five Rivers MetroParks helping to support cycling, backcountry and paddling programs. He has a background in photography, is a local scout leader. When he’s not hitting the local trails he sometimes takes off on long distance adventures, like a 2016 cross-country bicycle tour. A current Bike ICP Level 1 Ride Guide and Fundamentals Instructor.
Paul Jones (2020)
Matt Dolson (2019)
jeff schultz (2020)
Jeff Schultz is an Asst. Principal at Troy High School. He was also a Certified Athletic Trainer at THS but retired from that position in 2012 after 25 years of service.
Jeff is a graduate of Bowling Green State University and earned his Master’s degree in School Administration from the University of Dayton. He is a member of the Troy Mayor’s Cycling Advocacy Committee where he led a revitalization and enhancement of the Troy Mountain Bike Area located at Duke Park in Troy. Jeff likes riding his FatBike with the rest of his Mad Cow Ramble teammates. He also enjoys road biking and doesn’t mind a little basement trainer ride when the weather turns south.
Jeff lives in Troy with his wife Angie. They have 2 children, a daughter, Shelby, 26 who is a traveling Physical Therapist and a son, Troy, who recently graduated from Findlay University and is currently in PTA school.
Emmy Fabich (2019)
Emmy Fabich is the Program Manager for Bike Miami Valley, the Dayton area bike advocacy organization. As a staff person, she has launched new, innovative cycling education programs and strategic bike advocacy campaigns. Emmy is the primary programmer for the biennial Miami Valley Cycling Summit, recruiting local and national speakers to inspire participants.
She received a degree in Environmental Studies from Hiram College. After rethinking graduate school, Emmy took seasonal trip leader jobs in Virginia, North Carolina, and Washington to gain experience as an outdoor educator. Searching for a job amidst the recession, she moved to Dayton to work in the outdoor recreation industry teaching backpacking and paddlesports programs for the local MetroParks, and eventually worked full-time as the outdoor recreation volunteer coordinator. Emmy has extensive event management and volunteer management skills, primarily from organizing helping hands for OutdoorX (Gearfest), Bike to Work Day Pancake Breakfast, and The Adventure Summit/The Adventure Speaker Series.
Emmy has been an avid bike commuter and self-taught mountain biker for almost a decade. She is a League Certified Instructor (LCI) through the League of American Bicyclists. She is an involved downtown Dayton dweller and co-conspirator of various UpDayton projects since 2011. She teaches river kayaking courses on local waterways in her spare time and walks her dog along the nation’s largest paved trail network with her wife Katie.
mike bisig (2020)
Michael Bisig is the owner of Mike’s Indoor Bike Park, an indoor cycling facility with full-service bicycle shop, in Dayton, OH. Before opening Mike’s Indoor Bike Park, Michael received his Bachelor and Masters of Music Education degrees from Wright State University (Dayton, OH) and spent close to twenty years as a music educator in Ohio.
When Michael is not hitting the trails on his mountain bike or speeding around on his road bike, you can probably find him performing in any number of funk and rock bands throughout Ohio!