Staff and Board of Directors

Trevor Steward: Executive Director

A native of Arizona, Trevor first came to Oklahoma in the fall of 2011 to attend Oklahoma State University.  In the spring of 2012, he took the reins as president of the OSU Cycling Club and rebuilt the once struggling club into what was then one of the biggest sports clubs on campus.  After graduating in the spring of 2014, Trevor decided to stay in Oklahoma due to its amazing cycling culture and cycling community.  Trevor likes to claim that he is never far from his bike and his bike is never far from a good beer.  Cheers!

Ross Snider: Assistant Executive Director


Ross rode his first Freewheel in 1981. He’s only missed one Freewheel since then, and started volunteering with Freewheel in the mid 80’s. He’s ridden multi day tours in 9 different states, including riding across Indiana, Oregon, and Oklahoma. He’s somewhat of a mileage junkie, and often starts Freewheel by riding from Tulsa to the start.

Jason Duncan: Chairman


Jason and his family moved back to Oklahoma in 2008 and since then, has been advocating for cycling (and great coffee) in the OKC Metro with a goal to “make the group ride bigger.”  2016 will be his third tour of Oklahoma.  Jason leads the EVOKE Pedal Club and finds his pedals pushing gravel and dirt roads all over Oklahoma and beyond. He has a pretty simple motto: sip slowly. pedal often.

Charley Lingerfelt: Vice Chairman

Charley started cycling in earnest again in the Winter of 2014 starting with his MtnBike.  By fall of 2014 he purchased his first road bike.  In 2015 Charley completed his first century at Tulsa Tough.  Getting more into gravel, Charley finished LandRun100 and Native Lands Classic in 2016.  When Charley is not cycling, he’s at work or with his family enjoying life!  Charley really enjoyed meeting people and spending time last summer at OKFreewheel.  He is married to Arica Lingerfelt (18+ years) and have two daughters ages 9 and 12.  They live in Tulsa, OK.

Barbara DeLozier: Treasurer

Barbara is a retired corporate accountant with her MBA in accounting from UMKC.  She is also a Certified Management Accountant.  Barbara is currently a part-time accountant for Osage Forest of Peace, a contemplative retreat center in Sand Springs and an avid pickleball enthusiast.

Barbara has happily pedaled 10 Freewheels until hearing loss created balance issues in 2009.  Barbara claims invariably to be the last to arrive at OK Freewheel lunch or campsites.

Carolyn Fairless: Secretary

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Carolyn grew up in a large sailing family in New York and Houston. She taught herself to ride a bicycle when she was in first grade by sneaking her older sister’s Schwinn over to the schoolyard, and just hopping on and riding down the sloped parking lot. She has been cycling on and off ever since. Carolyn enjoys multisport events, and bicycle tourism. She has completed every mile of Oklahoma Freewheel five times. She treasures the restorative effects of seeing Oklahoma’s quiet, subtle beauty from the saddle. Carolyn, a veterinarian, also keeps an eye out for the state’s beloved flora and fauna while riding. She has been known to take a plunge in any swimming hole she finds along Freewheel’s routes.  She and her husband live in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, just west of Tulsa.

Susan Collier: Member-at-Large


Susan grew up in Hollis Oklahoma and has lived in Eastern Arkansas for the past 30 years. She became serious about cycling five years ago and has ridden week long tours in Arizona, Utah, Florida and Louisiana. She also enjoys riding  many Saturday events in Oklahoma and Arkansas as well as Fandango and Cycle Zydeco.

Freewheel Oklahoma has become her favorite ride, having participated in this event the past two years. She believes the beauty of Freewheel is seeing and experiencing rural Oklahoma, meeting the friendly people that live in these communities in Oklahoma and forming friendships with cyclist from all over the U.S. that travel to Oklahoma to ride each June. The excitement and enthusiasm that Freewheel creates is something she wants others to experience.

Susan is the mother of three adult sons and is a retired cardiovascular/ER nurse. Her goal as a board member is to grow Freewheel and help continue the legacy of being one of the best week long cycling tours.

Jack Moore: Member-at-Large

Bio Coming Soon

Tricia Price: Member-at-Large

Tricia is a native Oklahoman and grew up in Lawton. She started riding bicycles seriously when she began dating fellow board member Tom Price. It was in a hot tent in Wewoka on their first OK Freewheel that he proposed! She loves the feeling of accomplishment at the end of each day of the ride and spending time with awesome friends in camp. Last year Tricia and Tom rode bicycles from California to Florida with friends they had first met on OK Freewheel! Tricia is a retired Delta Flight Attendant. She is mom to one son and step-mom to three. She and Tom live in Tulsa and love the bluegrass community there! She also loves sharing this friendly and challenging ride across rural Oklahoma roads with bicycle riders everywhere!

Tom Price: Member-at-Large

Tom is from Tulsa and lives there with his wife Tricia.  He has biked OK Freewheel and Fandango for several years and completed three century rides.  He says, “When I’m on that bike I feel like a kid again!”  So of course, when friends invited him and Tricia to ride across the United States on the Adventure Cycling route in 2017, he said yes!  Tom plays the banjo and guitar and fellow riders can often hear him playing in camp on a hot summer Freewheel evening.  Tom is the father of a son and daughter.  He was an electrician for Ford Motor Company for thirty years.  Tom is also an accomplished sailor and, if he’s not bicycling in the summertime, you can bet he is out on his sailboat on Lake Skiatook!

 Kevin Mussett: Member-at-Large

Kevin is an avid cyclist having completed 3 Trans-America crossings, 17 OK Freewheel’s, and 63 total cross-state bicycle rides.  Kevin has logged over 85,000 miles on 5 continents since the age of 47.

Kevin is a proud graduate of Oklahoma State University (Ph.D. Entomology – 1981).  He is a past Oklahoma Bicycle Coalition (now Bike Oklahoma) president along with helping create and assisting with each OK Bike Summit.   He also led the Route 66 Project to assist The Adventure Cycling Association in adding Oklahomas section of Route 66 to the USBRS (United States Bicycle Route System).  Kevin is currently a board member of Bike Oklahoma, OK Bike Summit, and Oklahoma Freewheel. He also is on the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and Stillwater Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committees.

Kevin is nearly retired and planning more cycling adventures.  Go Pokes!

Judson Copeland: Member-at-Large

Bio coming soon

John Clay: Member-at-Large

Bio coming soon