Triny Willerton

President and Founder

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Triny the president and founder of It Could Be Me 501c3, was thrown into the advocacy space after surviving a near-fatal crash with a careless driver while riding her bicycle in Boulder, CO. She spent six days in the hospital with critical injuries. This life-changing event was devastating for her and her family. Yet she chose to turn this event into something positive and made it her life mission to advocate for the safety of all road users preventing what happened to her and her family from happening to others.
Triny has led this worldwide initiative to change the relationship between motorists and other road users. Her passion and commitment powers the growth of It Could Be Me. She currently serves on the Transportation Advisory Board for the City of Boulder.

Pete Piccolo

Vice President

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Executive Director Bicycle Colorado. A theme throughout most of Peter’s life has been a love of riding bikes for both recreation and transportation, and these traits are now a big part of his family’s lifestyle. “Bicycling has helped me and my family live healthier and happier lives, and I believe it can do the same for other people, families, and communities across Colorado,” 

Peter is an executive with over 25 years of experience that includes launching and serving in leadership roles in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Peter began his career at a Fortune 50 financial services firm where he was promoted to the Vice President level. After earning a Masters in Business Administration, Peter pursued his passion for cycling and serving his community by launching Outdoor Adventures for Kids, Inc., a nonprofit that introduced disadvantaged youth to bicycling. Most recently, Peter served as Executive Director, Innovation for Denver Public Schools. In that role, he founded the Imaginarium, an innovation lab that aims to reinvent public education so that every student graduates prepared for college and career. 

Stuart Mann


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Partner Mann & Maximon, Stuart has expertise in tort law, personal injury, product liability, trade secret, and commercial litigation cases. He specializes in bicycle, auto, truck, and motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, bad faith insurance, and business disputes. Stuart is an avid cyclist and has competed in multiple ultra-endurance races, including the Leadville Trail 1100, La Ruta De Los Conquistadores in Costa Rica, and the Bailey Hundo. As an undergraduate, he played soccer for the University of Colorado and following college he went on to play soccer with the Denver Kickers. Stuart’s athletic and competitive drive extends naturally to his law practice. Stuart and his wife live in Boulder, where they raised their three children. In addition to competitive cycling, Stuart enjoys spending time in his garden and tending to his bees and chickens. 

Mark Sunderland


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CPA • OWNER The Sunderland Group. With more than 25 years of accounting experience, including respected positions with Ernst & Young and Merrill Lynch, firm president and founder Mark R. Sunderland is a hands-on authority on comprehensive business planning, tax planning and preparation, accounting system set-up and training, financial documentation, and technology systems training and implementation. He and his tech-savvy team specialize in the unique needs of small businesses, providing expert guidance and counsel on the surest track to financial safety, strength, and growth. We keep you ahead of the curve all year round, preventing inaccuracies, tax surprises and penalties, late filings, and hidden costs. We quote our fees upfront, without strings or gimmicks, and provide shrewd and aggressive support to help you time every financial move perfectly. Mark enjoys everything Colorado outdoors offer, particularly cycling, running, and camping in the mountains. He loves spending time with his wife Pam, boys Tyler & Ryan, and their dog Wrigley.

Sarah Abel

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Sarah is a subject matter expert in Vision Zero and the Safe System Approach and was involved in the early research and implementation of the Safe System Approach in the United States. She has experienced in managing planning, Complete Streets, safety, active transportation, curbside management, speed management, and Vision Zero efforts locally and nationally. She has served as the technical lead developing a national Safe System resource hub, Safe System Explanation and Framework, Safe System case studies, and Safe System Strategic Plan. Sarah has also worked on a wide variety of planning efforts, including the ITE Multimodal Transportation Impact Analysis for Site Development Recommended Practice, FHWA Curbside Inventory Report and GIS-based Tool, Speed Management for Safety workshops, St. Michaels Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code Update, St. Michaels Safe Routes to School and YMCA, Cambridge Gateways Green and Complete Street Implementation, Easton Point Park Master Plan, and East New Market Place Workshop. Sarah is an accredited professional in Social Economic Environmental Design and is a certified Roadway Safety Professional (RSP1). Sarah lives in Washington, DC.

Chris Carmichael

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Before starting his coaching business, Chris raced bikes professionally and is an Olympian. He is also a best-selling author and entrepreneur. He has coached elite cyclists since 1990, was recognized as the U.S. Olympic Committee Coach of the Year, and was inducted into the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame in 2003. He served as the men’s road coach for the U.S. Olympic Cycling Team during the 1992 Olympic Games and was the head coach for the U.S. Cycling Team for the 1996 Olympic Games. Carmichael founded Carmichael Training Systems (CTS) in 2000 to make world-class coaching expertise available to everyone. outdoors offer particularly cycling, running, and camping in the mountains. He loves spending time with his wife Pam, boys Tyler & Ryan, and their dog Wrigley.

Kebby Holden

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Founder and behind-the-scenes designer of Coeur Sports. Previously a consultant in Atlanta, she started Coeur because she could never find performance clothing that fit, let alone inspired her.  Coeur has 3 all-female teams composed of 650 women that live an active lifestyle and love helping other women pursue health and fitness. Kebby is a multiple Ironman Kona finisher, a dedicated wife, and wine & coffee devotee.

Rachel Joyce

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Ironman Champion, ITU Long Distance World Champion. Rachel took up triathlon in 2005 and what started as a hobby turned into a passion. In 2008, Rachel made the bold decision to resign from her job as an attorney to give making it as a professional triathlete her best shot. Since then, she’s climbed to the top of her sport. Known as Joycey on the race course, she has captured a world title, 6 iron distance titles and stood on the podium 3 times at the Ironman World Championships, Hawaii. In 2017, Rachel returned to racing having taken 2016 off to have her son and went on to win 2 Ironman races less than a year after giving birth and in doing so qualified for the World Championships. Outside of training and racing, Rachel is a passionate advocate for equality and increasing participation in sport by women. She is a founding member of TriEqual and sits on the Women For Tri Committee of Advisors.She is the current Co-President of the PTO (Professional Triathlete Organization). Rachel lives in Boulder with her husband and two boys.

Dan Langenkamp

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Dan Langenkamp is the widowed husband of Sarah Debbink Langenkamp, a mother and U.S. diplomat who was killed by a truck driver just outside Washington, D.C. in August 2022. The family had just been evacuated from Ukraine, where Sarah and Dan had been serving in the U.S. Embassy. Dan started the Ride for Your Life campaign after Sarah’s death, working with Trek Bicycles and advocacy organizations to bring more than 2,000 cyclists and walkers together for Washington’s largest-ever advocacy ride in November that year, helping win more than $44 million in Congressional funding for the Active Transportation Infrastructure Investment Program. His other work includes raising and donating more than $300,000 for cycling, safe streets, and safe trucking organizations and working in the U.S. Congress and the Maryland legislature to pass infrastructure and safety legislation. A bill named after Sarah, creating greater protections for cyclists in bike lanes, was passed unanimously by Maryland’s legislature in April 2024. A separate bill named after Sarah in the U.S. Congress will allow expanded use of federal highway funds for bike and pedestrian infrastructure nationwide. His advocacy has appeared in NPR’s All things Considered, The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and PBS NewsHour, and elsewhere. He has two boys who dearly miss their mom. 

Eric Olson

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Since a driver killed his 5-year-old daughter Sidney in a crosswalk, Eric has become a vocal advocate for vulnerable road users like her. He is president of the Sidney Mae Olson Rainbow Fund, which he co-founded with his wife Mary Beth Ellis on the belief that all children deserve safe, welcoming spaces to live, learn, and play. Together, they’ve driven swift changes to road design, speed limits, and a vision zero plan in suburban Boston – and have grown a large community of advocates known as “Sidney’s Rainbows.” They’re quest for change has been featured frequently on Boston TV networks and in the Boston Globe.For the past 20 years, Eric has been an executive for several global software companies, in addition to supporting his wife’s successful triathlon career. He is an avid cyclist, trail runner, and skier who lives in Massachusetts and Vermont. 

Bill Plock

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Owner/Publisher of 303Endurance Network. Bill took over ownership of and in 2019 and has united it under 303Endurance, added a weekly podcast, and participates with Bike Jeffco to make an impact in local cycling advocacy. He grew up in Golden, played soccer at Colorado State, had a career in the fishing and hunting industries before falling in love with Endurance sports having completed eight Ironman’s and many popular rides like the Triple Bypass, Haute Route and RAGBRAI. He has one daughter, a junior in high school, and enjoys road trips with her.

Mo Siegel

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Boulder entrepreneur, founder of Celestial Seasonings, Inc. Has served Boards of Directors and non-profit foundations, such as Whole Foods, Annie’s, Himalayan Cataract Project, Chocolove, Haines Celestial, Boulder Community Hospital, Colorado Impact Fund, and Camelback Corp.

An avid outdoorsman, Mo founded America’s then-largest international bicycle stage race (formerly the Red Zinger Bicycle Classic and later the Coors Classic) from 1975 – 1989. He’s climbed all the Colorado 14ers and traveled to 100 countries. 

John Simmerman

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Founder of Advocates for Healthy Communities, Inc. also commonly known as Active Towns. He has over 30 years of experience in creating and promoting healthy, active environments with an emphasis on evidence-based human behavior dynamics. He is a globally recognized expert, consultant, and public speaker on health and the built environment – specifically creating places that are safe and inviting for “All Ages & Abilities”. He also serves as the host of the popular Active Towns Podcast: Conversations About Creating a Culture of Activity. For fun, John rides his commuter bike for errands on a daily basis, he is an avid trail runner, jumping into the occasional ultra here and there, and once upon a time he participated in Ironman triathlon races (10x), for the challenge and fun of it. He has served on a multitude of non-profit boards, has been a race director several times, and is a frequent endurance athletic event volunteer. 

Amy Thompson

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Amy has been an advocate for Safe Routes to Schools for over 15 years and is passionate about getting more kids on bicycles. She is currently the Lead Coordinator for the Boulder Valley School District’s Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program, which has been recognized with the Oberstar Award for excellence in SRTS programming. As a parent volunteer, Amy started the first Bike to School Day event in Colorado for students with disabilities and she led her kids’ elementary school to first place in the nation in the Clorox Greenworks Walk to School Day Challenge. Amy has also served as a content coordinator for 303Cycling, a community based cycling news website in Colorado. In her free time, Amy enjoys riding her e-bike to work, hiking, cross-country skiing, and spending time with her family, friends, and two dogs in Boulder, Colorado.