PRESIDENT - Jim Ireland
Jim is a resident of Delaware, and is the Trail Spinners' liason with Delaware State Parks, New Castle County, City of Newark, Pennsylvania State Parks, Natural Lands Trust, and various Pennsylvania Townships. His first mountain biking ride was Saturday July 19, 2003 in Middle Run. He was hooked the very first day and quickly realized he wanted to help with trail maintenance. September 2003 Middle Run sustained major damage from Henri and Isabel. Jim quickly met the clubs requirement of volunteering 12 hours and was voted in as a club member December 2, 2003. In 2005, Jim became a director at large for the club. In 2008, Jim began his first term as club president and continues to serve in this capacity. In 2007, Governor Ruth Ann Miner appointed Jim to the Delaware Greenways and Trails Council. In 2010, Governor Jack Markell appointed Jim to the Delaware Bicylce Council. In 2011, Governor Jack Markell re-appointed Jim to the Delaware Greenways and Trails Council. Awarded "Advocate of the Year" at the 2012 Delaware Bicycle Summit.
VICE PRESIDENT -
SECRETARY - Tim Harris
RACE DIRECTOR - Ricardo Gomez
DIRECTOR AT LARGE / SPONSORSHIP COORDINATOR -
DIRECTOR AT LARGE -
DIRECTOR AT LARGE - Jenny Gomez
Ever since I can remember, I've always wanted a bike. Four years ago, I finally got one. A heavy, 26er mtb. It has proven to be the best purchase I've ever made. I soon became interested in how the trails I rode were always so nice. It didn't take long to find out it was largely due to the TS. I became a member and began volunteering during the Redd Park project. This was the coolest thing ever! I got to work with great people who share the same interest, and build stuff! I was hooked. Many trail projects later, I became more involved by attending meetings, assisting at events, and leading/sweeping group rides. I enjoy educating our community about our trails and riding. I've actually become good enough to race for a local bike shop! I currently do many bicycle related things but my primary passions are simply shredding the trails and building new ones.