Officers

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Matt Flournoy –  President
I began on 2 wheels like most people, jumping things and getting from one place to another on a cheap BMX bike as a kid.  Over the years I lost touch with bikes as I fell in love with cars and focused on basketball and baseball through high school.  I jumped on a mountain bike in the early 2000’s with a KHS Descent and never stopped riding.  Today you’ll find Fay and I riding trails and playing softball all summer long.  Hope to see you all on the trails!

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Greg Furry – Vice President
I began my cycling career on the road in the 80’s while still in high school. After a brief but successful stint racing in local rides like the Hilly Hundred as well as time trials and criteriums,  I lost touch with cycling after a series of injuries and adolescent distractions. I started mountain biking in college at the University of Arizona and had a blast hitting “real” mountain bike trails. After college, I returned home to find we actually had real trails around here.

Married and three kids later with an extra 30 lbs,  I decided it was time to get back on the bike. It was a slow road back, but now I have having more fun than ever.
You can find me on the road or the trails. I am happy to go fast or slow as long as I can just get out and ride.

 

 

 

Jay Corban  – Treasurer

Tim Koscher  – Secretary

Jody Jernigan – Race Director

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John Marquardt – At Large Board Member
I started riding ten speed bikes and cruisers down fire roads in hills of Northern California in the 1970’s, missed the Mountain Bike boom of the 90’s , and reentered the sport by buying a Trek 820 about 7 years ago to try out the trail a friend had mentioned at Rum Village. I have been riding and helping out with NIMBA ever since then. I am by no means fast, but enjoy racing (maybe a better term would be riding) in the NIMBA series and the Iceman. NIMBA is an amazing group that has created and maintained some great trails in Michiana and I am honored to serve on the board.

Now that you know what we look like,  say hello when you see us at the trail…