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Our Team Members

Pete Piccolo

Pete Piccolo

Executive Director
Pete@Bicyclecolorado.Org 303-417-1544 ext. 112
Erica Hine

Erica Hine

Membership Manager

Erica leads Bicycle Colorado’s membership and Share the Road license plate programs, and she contributes to our communications and outreach efforts statewide. She believes everyone in Colorado should be able to ride and feel safe doing it. Erica enjoys mountain biking and year-round bicycle commuting.

erica@bicyclecolorado.org 303-417-1544 x101
Alex Jenkins

Alex Jenkins

Educator
Alex brings a Master of Arts in teaching and lifelong zest for bicycling to our education team. As an undergrad Alex bicycle commuted to work and school in Tucson, Arizona. She has ridden bikes in many countries and currently enjoys leading group rides.  Alex encourages people of all ages and cycling abilities to experience the transformative potential of bicycling through our many events and initiatives.
Maureen (Mo) McCanna

Maureen (Mo) McCanna

Education and Safety Director

Mo leads Bicycle Colorado’s education programs and services that support kids and adults on bikes and help build a culture of safety on our streets. Her role combines her passion for teaching, active transportation, health equity and sustainability. Mo enjoys taking in great scenery, commuting and exploring the city by bike.

maureen@bicyclecolorado.org 303-417-1544 x104
Molly McKinley

Molly McKinley

Grassroots Advocacy Manager

Molly implements our Bicycle-Friendly Driver and Auto-Friendly Bicyclist programming around the state. She joined the team from North Carolina, where she has served in outreach and advocacy roles with North Carolina Conservation Network and Oaks and Spokes, a local bike advocacy group. Molly is enthusiastic about active and public transportation and making safe, accessible options for people of all ages and abilities in our communities.

Molly@Bicyclecolorado.Org 303-417-1544 x103
Justin Millar

Justin Millar

Finance Director

Justin handles all our bookkeeping including accounts payable and receivable, helps manage the online store and provides event support. His diverse background provides expertise any number of ways in the office. Justin enjoys riding around Boulder with his young son in tow.

justin@bicyclecolorado.org 303-417-1544 x102
Stacey Mulligan

Stacey Mulligan

Development Director

Stacey oversees all of Bicycle Colorado’s development and fundraising efforts. She has called Colorado home for more than 10 years, and loves being a part of making Colorado better for bicyclists. She is an avid and adventurous bicyclist, riding freestyle BMX professionally during and after college, and competing in endurance mountain bike races in more recent years.

stacey@bicyclecolorado.org 303-417-1544 ext. 110
Jack Todd

Jack Todd

Communications and Policy Manager

Jack manages Bicycle Colorado’s communication efforts, including the organization’s digital and print publications, design work and photography. Jack is a Denver native who learned how to ride his bicycle on the city’s streets. He has discovered cities all over the world by bicycle, from Denver to Seattle and Copenhagen to London.

jack@bicyclecolorado.org 303-417-1544 x105
Piep van Heuven

Piep van Heuven

Policy Director

Piep heads up our legislative policy efforts and the effort to make Denver a top city for safe bicycling and active transportation. She connects with statewide and city partners and leaders to develop leading policies, practices and infrastructure that better serve bicyclists. Her interests include skiing, cyclocross, a capella and volunteering for Safe Harbor Lab Rescue and Wish for Wheels.

piep@bicyclecolorado.org 303-417-1544 x108
Chris Winn

Chris Winn

Education Program Coordinator

Chris travels around the state to connect with schools and community events to share the latest initiatives and programs from Bicycle Colorado. He enjoys conducting presentations and engaging people of all ages in areas such as bicycle safety and choosing environmentally friendly transport options. Originally from Australia, Chris has spent multiple years traveling around the globe racing his bicycle before settling in Colorado.

chris@bicyclecolorado.org
James Waddell

James Waddell

Mobility Program Director

A dual citizen of the US and Australia and a long time resident of the Five Points neighborhood James loves riding the streets of Denver with his wife and young son. He strongly believes Denver, and all cities in Colorado, are better places to live, work and play when all residents have access to safe and convenient bike riding facilities. 

James@BicycleColorado.Org 303-417-1544 x106
James Ziemer

James Ziemer

Educator

James’ describes himself as a curious voyager by bike. Whether exploring urban streets, commuting or touring the solitude of backcountry routes, riding bikes is deeply rooted in his core being. With a background in public safety and emergency services, he strives to share his years of bicycling experience to encourage and help people safely embrace their own love of riding.

Board Of Directors

Brad Tucker

Brad Tucker

President
Scot Harris

Scot Harris

Vice President
Russ Shaw

Russ Shaw

Treasurer
Paul Majors

Paul Majors

Treasurer
Shannon Anderson

Shannon Anderson

Erik Esborg

Erik Esborg

Karl Friedman

Karl Friedman

Lee Herndon

Lee Herndon

Graham Hollis

Graham Hollis

Andy Kerr

Andy Kerr

Ella Lyons

Ella Lyons

Xavier Melendez

Xavier Melendez

Sean Petty

Sean Petty

Roberta Smith

Roberta Smith

Advisory Board

Bob Moore

Bob Moore

Ned Overend

Ned Overend

Andy Pruitt

Andy Pruitt

Bill Ritter

Bill Ritter

Greg Seebart

Greg Seebart

Respect, Inclusion, Diversity, Equity (RIDE) Committee

Eugene D. Howard, AICP

Eugene D. Howard, AICP

Eliza Lanman

Eliza Lanman

Cesar Olivas

Cesar Olivas

Cate Townley

Cate Townley

Bicycle Colorado
@BicycleColo

eNews is out! This week: Thank you for building the movement at VeloSwap, Mo's reflections on a recent bike trip to… https://t.co/o9ZAi1zu1G

  • #BicycleColorado supporter FattE-Bikes is offering a holiday promo for new bike buyers now through Thanksgiving weekend! If you’ve been thinking about getting either a fat bike or an e-bike, now’s the time to do both (and support a local Colorado business while you’re at it)!
  • Love this! Who else rode today? #bicyclecolorado #Repost @bikes4littleton
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I left at 31 ° this morning. Contrary to what I have believed my entire life, you can ride a bike at that temperature. However, I miss having hair, because 31 degrees, going ~25 mph down a hill, is really cold when it goes through the helmet and hits the bald head. @bicyclecolo #bicyclecommute #lesscars
  • #BicycleColorado staffers spent part of the afternoon with @denverparksrec experiencing riding on adaptive bikes, including hand cycles and recumbent bikes. We are firm believers in #experientiallearning, and we were grateful to gain some first-hand knowledge about this kind of riding. Plus, it was really fun!