Join our monthly board meetings on the third Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM. We meet in the upstairs boardroom at The Flicks movie theater 646 West Fulton Street, Boise, ID

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Lisa Brady - President

Has been riding bicycles forever and an advocate since moving to Boise in 1989. Lisa works with other leaders in the community to make sure the voice of the cyclist is heard. In 2010 she traded her car for a bike and joined the TVCA shortly after, when she decided that she wanted to be part of a group that could facilitate change in the Ada County cycling scene. Lisa is a League Certified Instructor with the League of American Bicyclists and serves on the ACHD Bike Advisory Committee, City of Boise Mayors Bicycle Advisory Committee and the Regional Coordination Council at Valley Regional Transit.

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Margaret Havey - Vice President

saw the light of bicycles as transportation nearly ten years ago and has been evangelizing ever since. After serving on the board or two other cycling non profits, she joined TVCA in 2012. Margaret has been thrilled to use her professional skills in transportation data collection and analysis to conduct TVCA’s twice annual bike counts. Over the years she has ridden her touring bike from Portland Oregon and to Portland Maine, taking the scenic route though Phoenix. Margaret is a League Certified Instructor with the League of American Bicyclists.

Tom Laws- Board Member

Tom Laws is an associate comprehensive planner for the City of Boise.  Tom grew up as the kid cruising the streets of his neighborhood on a motocross-themed huffy and his love of bicycling really hit it a high note while living in Tübingen, Germany.  Never owning a car while there, biking quickly become Tom’s preferred means of travel, especially during long weekend trips throughout the Black Forest and Swabian Alps.  Today back in Boise you can find Tom participating on various bike/ped committees throughout the Valley, biking all across Boise and Meridian, and helping with the Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance.

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Mike Reisenleiter - Board Member

Whether it is his personal or professional life, bikes and the outdoors have always been an addiction for Mike Reisenleiter. Mike has a wealth of business experience that has made him a valuable asset to organizations worldwide. From long-term growth to sustainable efficiency improvements to leading a global team, Mike can be both strategic thinker and ground-level expert. Today, he is the founder and principal of Winged Wheel Development, where he helps outdoor businesses — big and small — to accelerate their performance and better connect with their customers. You can often find Mike riding around the bike lanes of Boise and sampling every trail the region has to offer. Mike believes strongly: “The world is a better place when more people ride a bike more often.”


Daren Fluke - Board Member

Daren Fluke is the Comprehensive Planning Manager at the City of Boise. He rides to work every day and frets about having to drive. Cycling has been a part of his life since…well, forever. He holds degrees in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon, is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, a board member of the Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance, and is serving in his second term as the president of the Idaho Chapter of the American Planning Association. When not obsessing over cities and planning, Daren enjoys backpacking and cycle touring. In 2011 Daren and his wife Lisa took a two-month sabbatical to ride their tandem bike from Alaska to Idaho and are currently planning for a cross county cycle tour in 2016.


Eric Selekof - Board Member

As a kid Eric learned how to ride a bike through trial and error.  He continues to learn about the bike on road rides (and the occasional mountain bike ride) throughout the Treasure Valley.   During the work week, his focus is upon the Employee Transportation program for St. Luke’s.  This program focuses upon removing barriers for employees to bike, walk, run, vanpool or use a bus to get to work.  As a TVCA board member he brings his experience riding bikes and a desire for all to be able to enjoy the majesty of bike riding.