It is safe to say that bicycling is Chris's passion. He is a big fan of the social rides. Chris volunteered for this position because he feels like he can make a difference. Chris is certified by The League of American Bicyclists as an instructor, is an active member of the Sioux Falls Bicycle Committee, and a full time bicycle mechanic. He is a dedicated advocate for bicyclists in Sioux Falls.
Shannon grew up riding her bike. From gravel roads to bike trails and city streets', riding was something she loved to do. She truly found the joy of riding, after her first RAGBRAI and meeting Chris. His passion for cycling was contagious. Since then she has put a lot of miles on her Trek. Shannon is dedicated to the education of the cyclist and drivers alike as well as bringing the inclusive message of FAB to the community.
David is passionate about advocating for the rights of individuals to have access to a transportation system that meets their personal needs while ensuring that the experience in the public right-or-way is the most enjoyable and fun as possible. He strives to create opportunities for individuals to experience the same happiness and joy he's discovered when he is riding his bicycle. David seeks to inspire the next generation of leaders that will continue to shape the transportation system into a multimodal, safe, and pleasurable public space within the urban realm. He chose to serve on the FAB board because he saw a need to get heavily involved in leveling the playing field for all transportation mode users.
Member At Large
Member At Large
Patrick is a bicycle commuter, triathlete and cyclocross racer. He started riding a bike to work to get in shape and save the world somewhere around the turn of the century and it's been a steady progression of madness since. Commuting led to bike touring and six Tour de Kotas, criterium racing and triathlons. He is currently president of Queen City Cycling racing team and managing editor of Argus Leader Media.