In mid-November, the Bikepacking Roots Board of Directors met in Colorado for a three-day retreat to wrap up a year-long strategic planning process. This group of volunteers from all across the United States is dedicated to determining how our organization can best support the growing bikepacking community and ensuring that we use our resources as effectively and efficiently as possible. We'll be sharing more about our vision for 2020 and beyond, but a few of the highlights include
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And after wrapping up a year-long strategic planning process, Board President Kaitlyn Boyle is transitioning into a programming position within the organization. Andy Williamson, a long-time proponent of outdoor recreation access, conservation, and mountain bike advocacy, is taking the helm of the Board, and we also welcome Lizzy Scully, Nan Pugh, and Tom Flynn into leadership roles on the Board.
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Bikepacking Roots is the only non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and advancing bikepacking, growing a diverse bikepacking community, advocating for the conservation of the landscapes and public lands through which we ride, and creating professional routes. We value human-powered experiences and an inclusive, engaged, and informed membership (6,000 strong) that makes a positive impact as we adventure by bike.
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