Board of Directors
President & Chair of the board
Bio: Kevin started mountain biking in 1993 in the Bay Area and within a few months was recruited to help with monthly trail work sessions at the local park. Out of that grew a love for giving back to the trails and the sport. Within a few years he was organizing trail work days, serving on the board of the local cycling club and promoting races. Having raced competitively for several years, he turned his efforts into putting on races and advocating for better mountain biking opportunities, spending many years serving in leadership positions for several cycling organizations in California and Nevada. When he’s not riding, building, or dreaming about trails, he works as a professional firefighter and has been involved in many aspects of the fire service and emergency management throughout his career.
Bio: John grew up riding BMX bikes in the woods of Pennsylvania and christened his first mountain bike in the rolling hills of Ohio while in college. After graduation he spent his first two summers running trail crews with the Student Conservation Association. He then convinced his ocean loving, warm weather girlfriend to follow him to Tahoe “just for one winter”. 17 years later, married with 2 boys, John has planted the seeds of riding into his two sons where they can often be found wandering the woods, roads, ski runs, and water throughout the seasons.
Bio: Ben moved to South Lake Tahoe a decade ago from Connecticut in pursuit of big mountains, longer trails and West Coast culture. Bringing an arsenal of bikes, his adventures in Tahoe began. Now the adventures continue with his wife Amy and young son Max at their side. Ben brings a passion for trails and a diverse background from racing downhill, cross country, some road and bmx, plus epic trail rides. During the day he can usually be found in an office that looks out towards Van Sickle Park, working as a registered landscape architect for Design Workshop.
Bio: Nils’ connection to the Tahoe area started during childhood visits, and after living in various places within and outside the continental US, it was an easy decision to settle down in South Lake Tahoe in 2002. Backcountry skiing and mountain biking are two main interests that will keep him here. Volunteering for TAMBA has been a great way to express his appreciation for the great trail network we have here, and contribute to making it even better.
Secretary & Social Media
Bio: Lauren Lindley is a Texas Longhorn at heart and a transplant to South Lake Tahoe, which she has called home since 2006. She manages the Pearl Izumi Factory Store in town and in addition to volunteering with TAMBA, also volunteers as a Board Member for Alta Alpina Cycling Club. Lauren is an adventurer and athlete, claiming the following to her sports resume: runner, swimmer, cyclist, snowboarder, and sometimes climber. She is a music lover, prolific reader of literature, traveler and photographer. The only bottle of wine she doesn’t like has the word Merlot on it.
Bio: Amy likes to ride her bikes, A LOT. Juggling life responsibilities, including teaching her 3 year old son to ride bikes and ski, means making the most of each minute of the day. Hailing from the east coast and moving from Connecticut over 10 years ago with her husband Ben she has a wide background of different riding types from downhill to road to xc. Amy is a web and tech savvy guru with years of work as a computer programmer and currently works as the GIS Manager at the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency – in short she loves maps and loves bikes.
North Shore rep
Incline City rep