Board of Directors
Todd has been an avid cyclist for the past 25 years. He is also the happiest type of lawyer possible – retired! Todd and his wife Patti left the DC area for Charlottesville in 2015. They immediately fell in love with riding their road tandem in this amazingly beautiful part of the world, and have been active with CBC ever since. Todd is honored to be CBC 2.0’s inaugural figurehead, and looks forward to helping the club serve its members and the cycling community at large. His hope is for CBC to become the go-to destination for all cyclists in this region. Both on and off the bike, Todd and Patti enjoy travelling wherever whim takes them. Their children are envious.
Vice President, Treasurer & Secretary
Connie was born in Ohio, and has also lived in Florida. She and her husband Chris moved to Virginia in early 2018 and love it here! Connie started riding bikes after college, and has logged over 125,000 miles through 2021 (yes, she’s an accountant). Connie and Chris mostly ride a road tandem, but she also rides a single bike occasionally. They love riding in VA, and also attend tandem rallies in other states. They recently bought a coupled tandem, and plan to ride it in some non-US destinations. When not riding a bike, Connie can be found happy in her kitchen.
Peter was a competitive cyclist as a teen in New York City. He then took a long hiatus and was back on the bike again in the very early 2000’s in Westchester County, New York. He also served for several years as a board member of the Westchester Cycle Club, where he was a member for 12 years. Peter became a League of American Bicyclists Cycling Instructor (LCI) in 2014. He retired from a career in Architecture in 2018 and he and his wife Leslie moved to Charlottesville in 2019. Peter and Leslie met as members of the Westchester Cycle Club! He looks forward to serving the club as a member of the board helping to guide the CBC in a next phase in the extended cycling community of his new home town.
Bill has been riding regularly with CBC for the past 15 years, and has managed the club website for the last 13. In the past, he spent many happy (and long) hours creating maps for the official club routes, but has been made redundant by the likes of Ride With GPS. Bill has happily turned over the website and mapping duties to others, yet looks forward to serving on the new CBC board as an emeritus. This will leave Bill with more time to pursue his post-retirement off-the-bike interests, namely eating, and according to some reports, knitting.