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Our Founding Committee and League Leadership include deep professional and volunteer experience in the state. Our people have coached youth in mountain biking (as well as other sports), hosted events for youth and adults, and volunteered in the non-profit sector for decades.  


Bree Campbell

League Director

Bree didn’t start mountain biking until she was in her mid-30s. A friend asked her to try a ride, and she has been hooked ever since! As a high school teacher and female mountain biker, Bree understands the need for more inclusive and fun spaces for kids that emphasizes being active and having fun. Bree is dedicated to getting more kids on bikes and raising the stoke for Nebraska!


Kari Ramsey

Assistant League Director, Director of Communications, Founding Committee

Kari was given a mountain bike during her college years as a mode of transportation but was blown away by the thrill she experienced the first time her wheels left the pavement and she found herself on singletrack. As a recreational mountain biker today, she loves chasing her two kids and husband on bikes, coaching in the Nebraska DEVO youth mountain biking program, and continuing to learn and grow on and off her bike. She spends her days as a freelance graphic designer and has enjoyed the opportunity to serve the Nebraska cycling community in any way she can. Kari looks forward to working hard to grow the sport of mountain biking for youth in Nebraska.


Kent McNeill 

Advisory Board Member, Founding Committee

Always entrepreneurial and always involved, McNeill has over two decades of leadership experience in the bicycle and advocacy industry. After starting a bike shop in 2002 by coordinating local investors, McNeill grew the business to 6 retail locations across 3 major metro markets in three states. He sold this top 15 TREK Retailer to Trek Bicycle Corporation in 2017. Always with an eye for community involvement and advocacy, McNeill has volunteered for DEVO as a coach, hosted and supported local races, and advocated for bicycle considerations and infrastructure at the city and state level. McNeill serves on the board of a handful of local non-profits, including the Bike Union and Coffee which serves foster youth aging out of the system. In the fall of 2017, McNeill took the reigns as CEO of IMBA. As an entrepreneur, leader, and advocate, McNeill is always eager to lend his mentorship to local efforts. 


Julie Borer  

Advisory Board Member

Julie is the founder of Prarie Bloom Cycling Club, a club that has carved out square footage in Eastern Nebraska to make all kinds of cycling accessible and inclusive to women. As a young kid, she understood and experienced the language and financial barriers to participating in sports and extracurricular activities. She uses this experience to create opportunities for kids to experience the joy of two wheels much earlier in their lives.


Jason Strobehn

Advisory Board Member

Jason is the Race Director for Garmin Gravel Worlds in Lincoln, Nebraska as well as the co-host of the Gravel Family Podcast. Helping the next generation of cyclists fall in love with and learn the skills to enjoy cycling is very important to Jason. With Jason’s experience, he knows how important it is to foster and care for the next generation of cyclists.


Steve Barr 

Advisory Board Member, Founding Committee

With a passion for service coupled with business IT leadership experience, Barr is always looking for ways to contribute. Barr coaches in the Nebraska DEVO program and mentors his three daughters towards a lifetime of bicycle enjoyment. In 2018, Barr started a high school cycling “composite” club focused on serving youth who did not yet have a school-specific team. He is also a Level 1 skills coach through the Bike Instructor Certification Program. Barr recently was elected to serve on a local school board.