Meet Our Ambassadors
We’re a small company with lofty goals, so we like to partner with riders that spread the stoke of cycling. From trail builders to film makers, our Ambassadors truly believe that they can have a positive impact on cycling. Interested in becoming an Ambassador? Learn more here.
“Kiwi” Paul owns Dirt Mechanics and builds some of the finest trails in Oregon. Born in New Zealand, he started riding fat tire bikes in 1984 and has loved riding dirt ever since. When he’s not driving one of his trail building machines, he’s using a BOB Trailer to commute to work on some newly built trail in the Oregon woods.
Erik Hillard’s first mountain bike ride was in a Santa Cruz rainstorm. Today, he still loves a bad weather ride, especially with a BOB Trailer full of tools. Erik volunteers with a trail restoration group in the Angeles NF, Lowelifes Respectable Citizens Club. Erik also devotes significant time searching for killer vegetarian Mexican food.
Heard of Oakridge, Oregon? You can thank D-Rock for the stellar singletrack. A born and bred Oregon boy, Derrick lives, breathes, builds and rides mountain biking trails. He is often seen towing a BOB Trailer loaded with a chainsaw to clear big trees off the trails. Derrick also has a fondness for pie and naps, in that order.
Along with her owner John, Mira is a bikepacking super dog on an adventure to somewhere. Mira rides in a BOB Trailer except when she wants to stretch her legs a bit and run alongside the bike. Mira’s been #dogpacking the Canadian Rockies lately, all seen on her Instagram page @mira_la_perra
Ronald is a Slovakian bike racer. He does it all: cyclocross, road, mountain bike marathon, cross country mountain bike and time trails. He has a growing YouTube channel that includes cycling tech, tips and training. He also owns the Slovakian online store OKR Cycles.
LA sucks for cycling, right? Not if Steve Messer can help it. As president of the Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Associaton (CORBA), he spends countless hours advocating for and building and maintaining the trails in and around the Los Angeles basin. He is also is a huge supporter of getting high school students on bikes.