Welcome 2015!

Happy New Year fellow Cyclists,

Your 2015 club officers and board members:

President – Trevor Moon
Vice President – Vacant
Treasurer – Jeff Bolander
Secretary – Luke Waggoner
Race Director – Michael Austin
Social Director – Vacant
Communications Director – Vacant
Bicycle Advocacy – Bill Bialozor
Board Position – Scott Peters, Kevin Thonney, Corren Current

We met on 1/6/15 to talk about our thoughts, ideas and plans for 2015 and beyond. Here are some of the ideas we have for 2015:

Sponsor lights for all UB delivery staff using bicycles
Select a local school and provide a bike rodeo
Add a club sponsored Bike to School and/or Bike to Work Day booth in a part of town not covered by our bike shops
Start a Kidical Mass monthly ride geared towards families with young children
Support a youth group ride from WA-HI during the spring
Continue the Ice Cream Social rides May – August

What are your ideas? What can our club do for you and for cycling in our valley? Let us know!

By E-mail – wheatlandwheelersbicycleclub@gmail.com

On Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/wheatlandwheelers

On Twitter – @WheatlndWheelrs

Did you pay your membership dues for 2015? I’m going to bet the answer is no because our treasurer reports only one member has paid for 2015. Watch for a notice in the next two weeks about where and how to pay those dues for 2015 so you can start enjoying that 10% discount at our local bike shops.

Last but not least you may have noticed we still have some open officer positions. Please let us know if you are interested in filling one of those positions.

We hope to see you all soon riding the roads of our beautiful valley!


  1. Kevin Mullin says

    Are you doing the 2015 Weatherhill Ride? If so, what date is it scheduled? Thanks, ,Kevin

    • T moon says

      We have chosen not to continue to coordinate the ride this year. It is possibly going to be organized by another group. Thank you for your interest

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