2018 Board of Directors


Kevin is a lifelong Chicago area resident coming from a background in both high school and college sports.  Kevin is not a stranger to demanding physical activates, team work, commitment and fun. Nine years ago after he decided it was time to tackle a new sport he purchased his first bike from “Walmart” and in 2012 Kevin realized cycling was not only fun but a way of life.  He then purchased his first roadbike from “Kozy”. After training and strengthening with others and on his own Kevin was able to step it up to the ultimate level and join Major Taylor in 2014. Two years and three bikes later. Kevin is now serving his second year as our Major Taylor President.

When Kevin is not planning and taking part in ride events you can best believe he is still active. After attending Illinois State University (ISU) majoring in marketing/engineering, Kevin realized he wanted a career that provided him with an active lifestyle and the ability to create his own path. In 2011 Kevin graduated from Cortiva Institute School of Message Therapy. Kevin works for Spine and Sports Center of Chicago where he is the Sports and Medical Therapist. He also serves as a private therapist to several businesses and personal accounts both in and around the Chicagoland area.

Outside of work and cycling you can find Kevin as many would say “bargain shopping”. Kevin enjoys building and updating not only his own bikes but others as well.  He is also known for blowing off steam at the gun range as well.


Bill has been a member of Major Taylor for 2 years. He is an Application developer by day and a weekend warrior in his free time. Bill met Chuck Irven on the lake front path and during their ride Chuck told him about Major Taylor and MTC3. After Bill found the Facebook fan page he got a good feel for the club and its members and knew he wanted to be a part of this club.
Several years ago Bill used to be the Illinois Chapter President and the Midwest Coordinator for the Christian Sport Bike Association. In his time of leadership Bill learned how to lead a social group, how to plan motorcycle rides that were safe and exciting for riders of various skill levels. Bill also learned how to grow their organization throughout the Midwest region where the club didn’t existed. He enjoyed time as president in the CSBA and that is why he decided to run for Club Captain for the Major Taylor Cycling Club Chicago.

His position on the Major Taylor Cycling Club Chicago is his first official board assignment. In the past, he has assisted the club with board development and strategic planning support. Bill is looking forward to helping the Club President meet his goals and meet the needs of the membership. He is committed to providing the membership value and an enjoyable riding experience every time they come out and ride.  



Dian is a lifelong Chicago resident, growing up in Hyde Park, attending South Shore High School and graduating from Loyola University with a degree in Art Education.

A cyclist for over 25 years, Dian joined the sport when her son Sabin, then 16, built her a road bike and introduced her to long-distance metric and century events. Since then she completed a number of 600 mile cross country events, cycled from Amsterdam to Paris, tries to get in 3-4 century rides per season and averages
4000+ outdoor miles per year.

Dian has been a proud member of MTC3 for four years, and in the past several years has served on the finance committee, steering committee and ride committee. In addition, she serves as a ride leader and co-ride leader on many MTC3 rides and encourages everyone she meets to take up the sport and come out and ride!

Professionally, for over 16 years Dian was a founding partner, and co-owner, of Brainforest , a marketing and communications firm, and founded a non-profit, Creative Pitch, that redistributes unwanted art materials to programs in underserved Chicago neighborhoods.

Dian currently works as a consultant to a number of Chicago area small businesses, cycles, is an artist and spearheads a number of community service initiatives.