Elisa Cheng

Secretary

Elisa has been a Bend resident since 2010 when she moved from Honolulu, Hawaii. She has been interested in biking since around 2008 when she decided to get on a bike again for the first time since childhood by training for a half-Ironman triathlon. She frequents the roads as she mainly uses her bike to commute, does the occasional road ride, and mountain bikes on any trail she can find. It's one of her goals to bike every Oregon scenic bikeway.

Morgan Crowell

At Large

Morgan has lived in Oregon since 2006 when he moved from Northern California to work on improving bicycle access with a non-profit in the Portland Metro Area. After years working in bike shops and supporting some of the largest cycling events in Oregon, he now spends his time working on industrial regulation for the City of Bend, commuting on a cargo bike with his daughter  and getting outside to recreate as much as possible. Morgan is a member of the Deschutes County Bike and Pedestrian Committee and has a BA in Environmental Studies & Social Justice and a MS in Hydrology from Oregon State University

Emily Eros

At Large

Emily is an urban planner who spends her days working with cities across the world on transportation technology and data projects. She loves bikes of all kinds (road, mountain, commuter, and fat) but also dabbles in rollerblading when she feels like reliving the 90's. She's excited for Bend to grow its low-stress bike network so she can get across town more easily.

Lucas Freeman

Past-President

Co-founder of Bend Bikes, Lucas got his start in bicycle advocacy when he wondered aloud why more of his neighbors weren’t taking their children by bike to school.  He works in the technology space as a professional cat-herder and he regularly pretends to know what the heck a cloud is.  Before helping to start Bend Bikes, he started a Bend-focused bike blog - www.bikearoundbend.com - and picked up a Big Chainring Award from the Deschutes County Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee for promoting cycling culture in Central Oregon.

LeeAnn O'Neill

President

LeeAnn is a recovering attorney who escaped corporate law life by biking across Mexico. She is the bilingual family law facilitator at the Deschutes County Courthouse, has extensive nonprofit experience, and is a founding partner of Allyship in Action, an equity and social justice consulting firm. Her passions include engaging women in bike touring, making bike commuting initiatives inclusive, and eliminating barriers for those who face obstacles to bike commuting.

Eric Power

At Large

As a father, husband and cycling enthusiast, Eric has turned his passion into a profession. As owner of Bend Velo Bike Shop, and creator of the J. Livingston Brand of bikes, Eric has both a passion and desire to incorporate bicycles into everyone's daily life.

Scott Reich

At Large

Scott is fortunate enough to have never had a regular car commute in his adult life and hopes that more people in Bend can have that opportunity. He works as the Fair Lending Officer at Umpqua Bank and has spent most of his career facilitating equal access to financial services for traditionally under-served populations.

Kirk Stock

At Large

Kirk is the owner of Video Works Productions, a Bend-based video production company.  He served on the advisory board for the Tahoe Pyramid Bikeway before moving back to Bend in 2014.

Aron Yarmo

Treasurer

Aron is a lawyer with Bailey & Yarmo, LLP, and an avid cyclist. He has two school-aged children and has a strong interest in safe and efficient bicycle transportation systems. His passion is Neighborhood Greenways.
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