One Broken Biker (OBB) Board
President - Ashlee "Red" Taylor
Ashlee is the Founder of OBB, and now she gets to see her vision come to light with the official role of President. She is responsible for overseeing the general operations of OBB to fulfill the mission, which includes mentoring all Board Members and Officers and creating positions for expansion as required.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the overall organization, please contact Ashlee@onebrokenbiker.org.
Vice President - Stacey Bews
Stacey was introduced to One Broken Biker when her husband took her to a bike night in 2016, where she said she wanted to help this organization in any way she can because of the work that was being done to help injured riders and how they bring all riders together for a common goal.
She started volunteering in 2018, helping with Poker Runs and other events, then in 2019, Stacey became the Membership Volunteer Coordinator.
“I fell in love with riding for a couple of reasons, one because of the empowerment it was giving myself and other women and because of the feeling of letting everything go when you get on your bike and ride wherever you feel like going on any given day.”
If you have questions or concerns about Memberships or Events, please get in touch with Stacey at Membership@onebrokenbiker.org or events at Event@onebrokenbiker.org
Secretary - Amanda Wisniewski
Amanda volunteered at the 2013 Fall Poker Run and has volunteered at every event since. She rides with her husband regularly and is also practicing to one day ride her own bike. She has been a part of the OBB Family since the beginning and is excited to now be a part of the Board Of Directors.
You can reach Amanda at: Secretary@onebrokenbiker.org.
Injury Outreach - Amanda Wisniewski
Injury Outreach is the HEART of One Broken Biker- This Position is run by many Outreach Volunteers and overseen by Amanda Wisniewski and Ashlee Atkin - If you know of someone that is in need of OBB Support please "Click" the link "Report An Injured Rider"
If you are inquiring about Injury outreach: Injury@onebrokenbiker.org.
Regional Team Director - Trent Reigier
Trent was introduced to One broken Biker in the parking lot of Tim Horton’s in Fort Macleod by a few members that had stopped at the same time. After hearing about the group, it took a few months for him to attend an event. After seeing and hearing what OBB does at bike night at Big Sky BBQ it was a no brainer for Trent and Cheryl to join.
Trent and his wife Cheryl have ridden together for many years. In fact, for the first year of their marriage they only owned a bike and lived in Saskatoon, Sask. As you can imagine that did have it challenges. Riding a motorcycle is Trent’s way of clearing his head from the day to day items and time to spend with his wife of 33 years. Wind therapy is a amazing thing.
Trent started volunteering with OBB as the treasurer for the Lethbridge Regional team earlier this year and is extremely excited to be part of the OBB Board of Directors and to be able support the regional teams.
Sponsorship Director - Tanya Richens
Tanya is relatively new to riding, getting her Class 6 and her first motorcycle in 2020, but she's already onto her second motorcycle and is loving every minute of it! As a foodie, she's happy to ride to small towns with her boyfriend to try new restaurants. Growing up riding ATC's, Tanya has always had an appreciation for safety, which is why working with OBB just made sense to her. Having built her career on coordinating, planning, and building relationships, Tanya is excited to use her connections and communication skills to expand OBB's network of sponsors and to bring more businesses into the OBB Perks Program.
If you would like to support OBB with a donation, sponsorship, or would like to join the Perks Program please contact Tanya at email@example.com.
10 hours a week
Organization Skills Works well in team settings
Email: Ashlee@onebrokenbiker.org for inquires
National Sponsorship Ambassador - Troy "Chivo" Bews
Troy was born and raised on a farm near Okotoks, south of Calgary. He started riding on the farm at about 14 years old on a Honda 80, then a Suzuki 185. "In the early 80’s I would “borrow” my brother's Honda 400 and ride into Calgary. About five years ago while riding my Moto Guzzi 750, I saw an OBB back patch and decided to look into what OBB was all about", says Troy.
Troy also adds, "I started going to OBB Bike Nights and introduced myself to Ashlee at an OBB Silent Auction. I then started volunteering at poker runs and then with gathering donations for the cause and for the silent auctions. This has allowed me to meet everyone and become connected to this fantastic organization."
Troy is married to Stacey, who also volunteers a tremendous amount of time to OBB. They attended a few bike nights on 17th and have been to almost all bike nights at Big Sky BBQ. "I am very excited to be a part of One Broken Biker."