Scott Long, LCI
Scott (he/him) transitioned to Executive Director in August 2019. He joined BikeAthens staff as the Program Director in September 2018 after having volunteered nearly 2,000 hours since 2015. In February 2016, Scott started Fix Your Own Bike sessions on Thursday nights as a way to expand programming at the shop. His involvement with BikeAthens combines two passions. He enjoys working as a bike mechanic to directly improve the lives of members of the community. He also gets to use his knowledge of nonprofit administration to strengthen BikeAthens as a community resource for partner organizations. Scott holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Georgia, and is a League Cycling Instructor. Photo courtesy of Gabriella Audi Photography
Board of Directors
Jason Perry, LCI
Jason (he/him) has been involved with BikeAthens since 2008, serving at times as a board member, volunteer shop manager, and shop council member. He is a mechanical engineer and certified energy manager, working in the UGA Office of Utility and Energy Management. Jason is a League Cycling Instructor and loves teaching beginner cyclists how to ride. He believes in making it possible for anyone who wants a bike to get one, because bikes can change lives.
Liz Solomon, LCI
Liz recently completed her Master’s in Landscape Architecture, aspiring to work towards environmental, social, and transportation equity through design. Liz spends her free time in the saddle, whether it be riding around town, bike touring, mountain biking, or traveling to new cities to play bike polo with friends. Liz believes bikes are a powerful tool for uniting and empowering humanity. She joined BikeAthens because she believes bike and pedestrian facilities are critical infrastructure we must prioritize to form a more just and healthy community. Liz is a League Cycling Instructor.
David Harrison owns Pedal Driven Cycles here in Athens, GA. He has been working in the bicycle industry for over 23 years at bicycle shops and for bicycle manufacturers around the country. He has a great love for bicycles and doing anything he can to help people discover them or keep pedaling.
Sarah Hubbard has been involved with BikeAthens since 2016 with her family. She defines herself as a mountain biker, but loves commuting, long road rides, and gravel equally. She works on the sales floor at The Hub Bicycles. In her free time she is a fiber artist and writer. Working with BikeAthens she is excited to help build a stronger network of safe streets for cyclists and pedestrians, helping out with joy rides, and being more involved in the cycling community.
Irene Ivie, LCI
Irene (she/her), a Master’s in Public Health candidate at UGA with degrees in Applied Mathematics and Psychology, aspires to impact the access to and the quality of mental health care. Being a part of BikeAthens increases her engagement with the Athens community and supports her belief in the ability to utilize bicycle transportation as a key aspect of solutions to some of the complex problems we face as a society. Irene is a League Cycling Instructor.
Sally (she/her) has been associated with Bike Athens since spring 2022 and is currently serving as a board member and shop volunteer. She originally moved to Athens in 2015 and completed her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Sally is a research coordinator in the College of Public Health at the University of Georgia. She is an avid runner and cyclist and enjoys exercising and spending time with friends in her free time. Sally is passionate about introducing others to cycling as well as helping to make Athens safer for cyclists and pedestrians.