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Board Members

PRESIDENT

Kevin was born in Youngstown, OH and graduated from The University of Cincinnati with a B.A. in Communications. He has been a year-round Jackson, WY resident since 1994. He grew-up riding BMX and did some minor bike touring and purchased his first mountain bike in 1990; a Trek 7000. Upon moving to Wyoming he quickly became passionate about trail riding. In 2003 when the Bridger Teton National Forest proposed the adoption of the then “rogue” downhill mountain bike trails Kevin was elected to  serve as the liaison between the bicycling community and the community of Teton County. Kevin has been involved with TFR since the organizations birth in 2003. In January 2007 he was elected President.


TREASURER

Anne Marie Curley moved to Jackson in 1993 from Syracuse, NY.  After playing in the Tetons for 13 years, decided to go back to school to the University of Wyoming and graduated in 2007 with a B.S. in Accounting, a minor in Finance, and a Real Estate Certification.  She enjoys snowboarding, skiing, biking, and running.



SECRETARY

Clayton Curley moved to Jackson in 1991 after studying Ski Area Operations at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville, CO. He enjoys skiing, biking, and building trails in the greater Teton area. 



FIELD DIRECTOR

Harlan grew up road cycling in Illinois and Iowa. He studied fine arts and film at the University of Iowa. After relocating to Teton County in 1993, he made the transition to cross country mountain biking. By 2000 he was riding long travel full suspension bicycles, designing and building jumps, stunts, and trails. An advocate of all of cycling’s  diciplines, he is dedicated to elevating the experience of riders of all skill levels on all types of trails.


COORDINATOR

Phil was born in Colorado and graduated from Fort Lewis College with a Business Administration degree.  A lifelong biker, Phil's enthusiasm was rejuvenated with advent of full suspension long travel bikes. As the newest member to the board he is excited to help further the progression of the greater Teton County  trail system.




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