The MVA Board is voted upon annually and is made up of members of the community wanting to lead and support at the track.
You can find other important board related documents at the bottom of this page.
Andy grew up at the track: ringing the bell, teaching classes, and racing as a junior. After a fifteen year hiatus from racing, Andy is back on track and slowly learning that adults have to actually train in order to be fast. As a new board member and president, Andy is looking forward to helping keep the Velodrome a welcoming and inclusive place for racers, juniors, spectators, and their families. Track is family. Off the track, Andy is an amateur winemaker and an unofficial cinnamon roll inspector for the greater Seattle area.
Jane is a born and raised Washingtonian. She started racing at the velodrome track this past summer and instantly fell in love with the community. Even though she is new to track racing, she was on the western Washington University cycling team and was a collegiate runner as well. Jane hopes to grow the new racer community at the velodrome and bring more people into this awesome sport! When Jane isn’t biking, she is in the mountains exploring, fly fishing and skiing.
Anna Fowler is a Seattle native and not a track cyclist, but rather a parent of a junior cyclist. Sailing, rowing and skiing were Anna’s sports through high school and college (Go Dawgs) but the community at the track has become extremely important to the entire Fowler family with Will on the junior team, husband Scott racing and son Nick up in the livestream booth. You may recognize her from Friday night check ins this past summer.
Kelly started bike racing at the track 5 years ago. She found the community to be more welcoming and supportive than any other sport and started getting involved however possible. She is now at the track almost every day in summer racing, training, and volunteering to spread the joy of track. When she’s not on a bike or at school (priority #1), she is doing robotics, playing dungeons and dragons, or reading.
James first came out to the track in 2018, starting racing in earnest in ’19, and along the way fell in love with the amazing community. More recently, he can be seen ostentatiously gracing the track in his unicorn and stormtrooper inspired kits. James gets the most stoked about the community, last lap flyers, and getting more people to love the track. When not at the track, James chases his toddler around, sells stuff on the internet, and plays with action figures.
Andrew got his start racing bikes in Texas through the his fathers influence. Andrew decided to run for the board
after being forced to by Chris Weber because he wanted to help make a difference in something he is super passionate about. If you have any thoughts on what you want racing to be like in the future, please feel free to reach out!
Tyler’s love for bikes started at a young age, from riding his bmx bike around his neighborhood to riding a fixie around the streets of Southern California. Tyler first started riding the track back in 2016 but it wasn’t until 2019 he started racing road, and finally made his way to racing track in 2021. When he’s not on a bike, you can find him cutting hair or spending time at his local coffee shop.
Originally from the South Puget sound, Stan grew up racing bikes around the forest. In 2018, he discovered his passion for track cycling and the community around it. When he’s not on his track bike, you can find him swimming, biking, and running in different events throughout the northwest.
Mike has been racing bikes on and off since he was a teenager growing up in Wisconsin. He started racing at the track during the 2018 season, and found the community at the track to be the most welcoming and supportive of any cycling discipline. Off the track, Mike spends his time poorly belting out Disney songs with his young daughter.
In her tenth year as program director, Amara is on the front-line of all things Jerry Baker Memorial Velodrome related. She can be found almost every day all late-spring/summer at the track. She has her hand in just about everything that happens around the track, so feel free to contact her with question, ideas, concerns, etc.
Being married to the program director is one way to get involved. Cory is the voice of the Velodrome on Friday Nights and for special events, serves as the Website Admin, and is the primary director for the livestream. Supporter of the track and all-around point person for all things “tech”.