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Board of Directors

Tracy Randall: President

My husband, Jim, and I moved to Sedona full-time in 2020, although we've been coming to Sedona to mountain bike since the '90s. I spent part of my childhood in Phoenix and have fond memories of visiting the Red Rocks with my family. Sedona has always been a special place to us, so we're thrilled to be living here and want to get involved and give back to the area. We've seen what the VVCC has accomplished over the years, and I'm excited to be part of the organization and hope to bring some of my background in marketing and the Internet to continue to build & grow the VVCC.

Committees: Membership (Chair), Media (Chair), Executive (Chair)

Board Term Expires: NLT September 2026

Mike Coyne: Vice President

I am a retired Emergency Physician who spent his career at a trauma center and teaching hospital in Western Massachusetts. My wife Jamie, and I are transplanted New Englanders who eight years ago were captured by the beauty of Sedona. We are avid mountain bikers and hikers who enjoy volunteer trail work which we have been doing for years with VVCC and the Friends of the Forest.

I have tremendous appreciation for the trail opportunities we have and I am interested in the sustainability of our trail system.

I have years of volunteer board experience with numerous organizations nationally and locally. Aside from mountain biking and hiking, I enjoy spending my free hours dabbling in ceramics, watercoloring and metalwork.

Committees: Mountain Bike Advocacy, Events (Chair), Executive

Board Term Expires: NLT September 30, 2025

Kevin Adams: Treasurer

Kevin is a retired Marine, Fortune 500 and non-profit executive with 40+ years of experience. Kevin serves as the President of the Red Rock Trail Fund, co-founder and Treasurer of the Verde Valley Wheel Fun, a Member of the Board of Advisors of the Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona, Chair of the Arizona State Committee on Trails and a member of the Yavapai County Resource Advisory Committee. 

Committees: Executive, Youth Program

Board Term Expires: NLT September 30, 2025 

Martin Glinsky: Secretary

My wife and I moved to Sedona about 7 years ago from Long Island, NY. I've been an avid mountain biker since 1992, where I began tackling the trails and getting involved in bicycle advocacy in Nashville, TN. I became a member of Friends of the Forest upon arriving in Sedona and patrolled the trails on their behalf for about a year. I helped to establish the Red Rock Mountain Bike Patrol, a division of IMBA's National Mountain Bike Patrol in 2010, where I serve as chairperson. I joined the VVCC in 2009 in order to support the work of the VVCC, both on the road and on the trails.

Committees: Executive, Mountain Bike Advocacy, Youth Program, Red Rock Mountain Bike Patrol (Chair)

Board Term Expires: NLT September 30, 2025 

Lars Romig: Director at Large

I am a lifelong Verde Valley resident. Since I was a small kid I have loved riding a bike. In my travels to "Destination bike areas" I have learned that the Verde Valley has the potential to be one of the best in the North America. Making sure this great experience is available to citizens, communities and visitors to reap the benefits of our much loved hobby. I hope to see the Verde Valley full of fit happy people living in robust cycling communities with world class cycling opportunities.

Committees: Mountain Bike Advocacy (Chair)

Board Term Expires: NLT September 30, 2024

Kaitlin Hollister: Director at Large

I'm the founder and creative director of Stand Creative Studio, a graphic and web design firm located in Steamboat Springs, CO and recently moved to Sedona on a part-time basis with my husband and two dogs.

I got my introduction into the bike world through downhilling, and have grown to love the challenge of going uphill on a mountain bike : ). I helped Routt County Riders with many of their marketing and design efforts, and am happy to help out VVCC!

Committees: Media

Board Term Expires: NLT September 30, 2024

       Josh Peterson: Director at Large

I'm originally from Indiana, have a love for the southwest and planted permanent roots here in the Verde Valley since 2020. I have also committed over 8 years of volunteer work to trail maintenance and coordination in both Indiana and Arizona. An avid mountain biker for over 10 years, I embrace a passion for riding as well as advocating for others to grow their mountain biking skills on the trails.

Committees: Mountain Bike Advocacy

Board Term Expires: NLT September 2026

      Tim Miller: Director at Large

I moved to Cottonwood 4 years ago from Castle Rock, CO to escape the big city life of Denver. I’ve always enjoyed an active, healthy lifestyle and have participated in over 350 competitive races during my adult life (combination of road/trail running and road/MTB/cyclocross). Professionally, I was a financial analyst with a Fortune 500 company and worked on strategic planning projects. I recently retired and purchased a RV to explore the American Southwest with my puppy. I return to CO several times every summer to enjoy the Colorado Rockies with my MTB.

I have been active in my community and appreciate giving back via volunteer work. While in Castle Rock, CO, I was Chair of the Parks and Recreation Commission (liaison between community residents and town government) and participated in the planning and development of a $20M city park with 10 miles of singletrack. I also volunteered at a Labrador Retriever rescue for 10 years, and as a Big Brother mentored an at-risk child with the Big Brother Big Sisters of America organization. Since moving to AZ, I’ve been a Red Rock Mountain Bike Patroller and volunteer at the Verde Valley Humane Society (every dog deserves a 2nd chance).

Committees: Road & Gravel (co-Chair)

Board Term Expires: NLT September 2026

David Biermann: Director at Large

Born and raised in the Silicon Valley, CA and moved the family to Sedona in 93. Been an avid Mountain biker since 2008 and have broken bones and scars to prove it 😊. I’ve been in construction all my life working with my father in the Bay Area and venturing out on my own to Sedona as a Project manager for a National Construction company. I decided in 2004 to open my own construction company called Biermann Construction and Development, Inc specializing in Commercial and Residential construction. Some of the notable project I’ve been involved with over the years is Nepenthe Patio Homes, Sedona city hall, National Bank, The Vault Restaurant, Sedona Visitor Center, Abundant Cultivation, and many custom homes over the years. Also, on the Sedona Fire Dept. Appeals Board and the Big Brothers Big Sisters Community Board.

I’m an avid believer in supporting local organizations like VVCC with donations/ volunteering (Pay to Play).

Looking forward to serving and supporting the greater Verde Valley Mountain Bike adventure!

Board Term Expires: NLT September 30, 2024


The VVCC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 2003 (incorporated in March 2004) to promote road and mountain bike advocacy in, and around, the Verde Valley of Northern Arizona.




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