kids on bikes
Daniel is a huge advocate for everyone-especially kids-utilizing bikes to explore, have fun, and enjoy the beauty only found in Colorado Springs. Daniel received his bachelors of Social Work from Colorado State University and has a vast background in working with kids as a coach, counselor, and social worker. During his time at Urban Peak, he started up the Bike Program to help homeless youth earn a bike of their own. Daniel brings together a huge passion for kids and bicycles and hopes to strengthen every aspect of Kids on Bikes in order to have a huge impact on his home town of Colorado Springs.
Jess Lieber comes to Kids on Bikes as a believer that she can change the world. She has a bachelor’s degree in Nonprofit Management from Wright State University in Ohio and her master’s in Strategic Fundraising and Philanthropy from Bay Path University. She enjoys being outside either walking her dog or taking in the beautiful Colorado scenery. As a military spouse, she loves that she has the ability to travel the world and make a difference in each new community, including her new home in Colorado Springs!
Mark comes to us as an AmeriCorps VISTA from Philadelphia, PA. While a student at Ohio State University, his interests shifted from business, to sustainable and active transportation after experiencing the great bicycle structure in Denmark. Since graduating in 2015, he has been interning at the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia. Mark hopes to bring his love for bikes and passion for sustainability to Kids on Bikes. When not working, Mark can be seen tripping over rocks on the local running trails and eating entire pizzas in one sitting.
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Pedal Station Coordinator
Bryan comes to Kids On Bikes as a long time bike commuter and recent convert to mountain biking. He earned his BFA in Electronic Media from the University of Cincinnati. By getting involved with the Pedal Station as a volunteer, he has learned to enjoy the trials and rewards of bike maintenance. Through his job at Kids on Bikes, he is able to pass on his joy for riding and working on bikes. When he isn’t working, he’s usually out riding, playing music, or on the couch watching X files.
Pedal Station Bike Mechanic
Will came to Kids on Bikes as a bike mechanic after volunteering at the Pedal Station. He spent a few years in Texas working in bike shops and working with a community based nonprofit that educated local students about bikes. From personal experience, Will truly believes that bicycles have the ability to transform lives. He believes that the mission of Kids on Bikes is so beneficial to our community, that anyone can see the positive impact it makes on the youth of Colorado Springs.