Meet the Leadership

All of our Juniors team coaches have passed detailed background checks, are SafeSport certified, and undergo ongoing training and mentorship.


Jessica Mullins

After a few false starts trying to get into mountain biking (including two rides ending with "I'm never mountain biking again"), I finally got bit by the bug in 2011, when my daughter was 2. I started riding a ton, loving the technical challenges and the workout involved. Somehow I stumbled into racing a year later with the 44 mile RME PV Derby. I was hooked on endurance racing after that. In 2015, I was thrilled to join Avout Racing, gaining the camaraderie and support you get from being part of a team. The Avout Racing Juniors team began when my daughter was 7, and I got to enjoy my daughter joining the team too, having fun riding bikes with other kids. As she and I became more involved in Avout Racing, I found myself wanting to help out more with the juniors team. While it is rewarding to stand on top of a podium myself (which I've done in a lot of mountain bike races), it is even more rewarding to coach kids to improve their skills and meet their goals. As a former teacher, becoming a coach for the Avout Racing Inspire Juniors was a perfect fit to blend my love of mountain biking and teaching. I'm so proud of all of these kids and can't wait to see what else they will do! Send Jessica a Message

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Rob Donovan

I began riding bicycles roughly 20 years ago. I saw Lance Armstrong win his first Tour de France and was immediately hooked. I bought my first bike and I was in heaven! I joined a small team and began racing criteriums and time trials. I did this for about a year with limited success and then I discovered mountain bike racing and cyclocross. I soon realized I loved all forms of cycling and training but my racing passion was in the dirt. Over time I would see real success finishing 5th at Masters Cross Country Nationals and the following year winning the California Cyclocross Masters State Championship. I currently hold CAT 1 racing licenses in both CX and XC. Though I continue to race a full CX and XC schedule I am finding more joy in helping others, which brought me to Avout Racing. A unique opportunity presented itself to coach the Select Juniors program. As a passionate athlete and father of two I couldn't think of a better fit for me to give back to the future of cycling.
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Meet the Board of Directors:


Barry Wiebe

I've been ripping around on anything with wheels for a long time. The bike evolved from pre-driver's license transportation and entertainment to a training tool for motorcycle racing and then became the primary racing vehicle. I came up the ranks with one of my 3 sons and we won the Colorado State Championship on the same day. The bike has led me to rides and races, fun places, and great people all over the country. The whole family continues to ride a lot! I started Avout Racing because I wanted to create a team that was attractive to everyone. And it's attracted so many amazing adult and junior cyclists. I'm so proud of what the team has become and the positive impact it is having on so many lives. I'm looking forward what comes next! Thanks to the great support of our sponsors, the dedication of everyone involved in running the team, and every team member who has been part of the family!

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Nathan Meyers

Nathan Meyers

Nathan has been a member of Avout Racing for 5 years, but an athlete all his life. After playing semi-pro soccer for the Denver Cougars and coaching youth soccer, he discovered cycling was what he really loved. As a member of Avout Racing’s team, Nathan excels at both mountain and cyclocross - winning a state championship in mountain in 2018 and going sub-9 hours at the Leadville 100 in 2021. He’s the current Colorado Cross Cup champion for 40+ cat 3. When he’s not on his bike he’s putting out fires as an engineer with Castle Rock Fire and Rescue. He also enjoys spending time with his dogs, horses and chickens on his farm in Franktown.

Erlinda Stafford

Erlinda Stafford

Erlinda Stafford is a Colorado native and has been a resident of Ken Caryl for 30 years. She worked at Lockheed Martin for 35 years as a Propulsion Engineer. Her family owned Wheat Ridge Cyclery for 48 years, started by her dad in 1973, and recently sold it to a great new owner. From 1979 through 1994, she raced road bikes. Erlinda started racing mountain bikes in 1988 and raced the National NORBA circuit for 4 years. In 1991, she was selected to compete in World Mountain Bike championships which were held in Italy, and she finished 11th! She has two amazing kids – a 24-year-old son and a 22-year-old daughter. She loves to ride her bikes and share her love of riding with many people.
Christine Yaley

Christine Yaley

Christine is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast.  She grew up in the California Bay Area, not far from Mount Tamalpais (Mt. Tam) where mountain biking pioneer Gary Fisher produced and tested some of the first mountain bikes ever made.  In the last 25 years she has lived in the outdoor meccas of Durango, Telluride and currently in Ken Caryl.  She has enjoyed all that Colorado has to offer including cycling, climbing, hiking and camping.  When Christine comes in from the outdoors, she has utilized her skills in accounting to provide bookkeeping services to many small businesses and to serve on numerous nonprofit boards.

James McCabe

James McCabe

James McCabe has been with Avout racing for over 5 years. Leading up his position on the board, James helped coach various levels of Avout's junior programs. He currently races across multiple disciplines, including single speed cyclocross, cross country mountain biking, and gravel events. Prior to joining Avout Racing, James attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC where he also managed the Cycling Club and the Club Sports Union. James has also had involvement with several cycling programs including Team Smartstop Mountain Khakis, Colavita Jamis Sutter Home, and [DRAFT] eSports Racing Team. 

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