Jocelyn Gaudi Quarrell

(she/her) is an entrepreneur, activist and cyclist based in Portland, OR. Jocelyn loves off-road riding in every form and is an active advocate for sustainable trail access, currently serving as the president of the Oregon Timber Trail Alliance, the governing body for North America’s premiere long-distance mountain bike route. She founded the Komorebi Cycling Team in spring 2015 to empower women to adventure by bicycle and has lead dozens of folks out for their first bikepacking experience. After more than a decade working in sustainable transportation, including launching bike share systems in cities across the US, Jocelyn is now the owner/CEO of GO Box, a service the provides reusable food and drink containers that eliminating the need for single use plastic disposables.


Mary Lytle

(she/her) is a queer visual artist, budtender, and adventure rider located in Portland, OR. Her freelance portfolio consists of many illustrations for cycling events, organizations, & individuals. As an illustrator, Mary holds the importance of representing the WTF community in her characters. When she is not drawing bike riders, cats, or cannabis— Mary can be found selling cannabis goods at a local dispensary. On her days off, she prefers to get out on 25-mile adventure rides, in which there is plenty of time to eat snacks, get high, & lost.


Molly Sugar

(she/her) is continually searching for ways to intersect grassroots organizing with art and design to create a more inclusive cycling community. She is a Kona ambassador and the founder of Friends on Bikes, a group for women of color, trans and gender non-conforming BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color) who love cycling. Aside from organizing, Molly is the lead designer for Ride with GPS, a website and app for cyclists. She is on the board for Bikepacking Roots, and her newest passion is to create bikepacking routes that are accessible for all levels within the Pacific Northwest (and beyond).


Sarah Swallow

(she/her) is a professional adventure cyclist, event organizer, writer and route developer. She uses her experiences exploring by bike to inspire and encourage others to use the bicycle as a tool to learn more about themselves and the world around them. After spending 10-years working in bike shops and 5-years owning her own shop, she set out to ride across the U.S. following dirt roads to explore the possibilities the bicycle could offer. She hasn’t stopped since. Sarah is an adventure ambassador for Specialized Bicycles and Ride with GPS, a contributor to, and an occasional writer for Lonely Planet, Adventure Cyclist, and Adventure Journal. Her latest project was organizing the Ruta Del Jefe Challenge, which was a 125-mile adventure race created to raise awareness of the environmental, political, and humanitarian threats occurring in the borderlands.


Tenzin “Nam” Namdol

(she/her) is a first generation Tibetan immigrant, and an aspiring writer/photographer looking to bring empowered narratives for folks who don’t benefit from race, class, and gender privileges. She feels most comfortable at intersections. Nam’s love for bicycling comes from her years of experience in environmental activism. She believes that the bicycle is the most effective vehicle for personal, social, economic, and spiritual liberation.


Whitney Ford-Terry

(they/them) is a curator, organizer, and adventure cyclist based in Santa Cruz, CA. They are a regional advisor for Bikepacking Roots and worked for several years as a Tours Specialist and Tour Leader for the Adventure Cycling Association. Overwhelmed by the toxicity of the tourism industry Whitney left the full time bike life and returned to the museum field where they now work to organize collaborative exhibitions that help dismantle social norms and share underrepresented stories. You can find their essays on art and cycling in Adventure Cyclist Magazine and The Bikepacking Journal. Whitney is currently working on an exhibition for the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History on the story and impact of Mountain Biking.