Who We Are
The WSBA is the governing body of competitive bicycle riding in the State of Washington, Oregon and North Idaho.
The main objective of the WSBA is to improve and promote bicycle racing. A few key things that we do are listed here:
How to Donate to the WSBA
In addition to annual membership fees received from riders, contributions are vital to the operations of the WSBA. Gifts support a variety of activities, including junior programs and equipment purchase. To donate to the WSBA, click on the paypal button or print the PDF version of this page, provide the information requested, and send it with your check payable to the Washington State Bicycle Association to:
408 W JEFFERSON CT
Spokane, WA 99203 US
Revisions to existing bylaws were presented and voted upon at the WSBA Annual Meeting Dec. 21, 2019.
Clean Version is here.
2023 WSBA Board and Bylaws
First Amendment to Amended and Restated Bylaws
Minutes of WSBA Board of Directors Meetings
WSBA Grants - Washington State cycling teams in good standing with USA Cycling and other cycling organizations in Washington may request support from the WSBA for programs in any cycling discipline. Complete the attached form
President - Scott Stout
Vice President - Margaux McBirney
Treasurer - Angela Roberts
Secretary - Ty Driskel
Junior Development Director - Tyler Sudweeks
USAC Officials Director - Mike Sirott
Cyclocross Director - Steve Westover
Track Director - Kathleen Wade Easly
Southwest Region Director - David Chipchase
MTB/Gravel Director - Stephanie Talpin
East Region Director - Ty Driskel
East Region Director - Patrick Bulger
West Region Director - Adrian Koukoulas
West Region Director - Margaux McBirney
Donors receive no goods or services from the WSBA for their contributions. Pursuant to RCW 109.09, the WSBA is registered as a charitable organization with the Secretary of State, State of Washington. For more information, call 1-800-332-4483. Contributions or gifts to Washington State Bicycle Association (WSBA) 501(C)(3) are tax deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes. Note that membership dues are not deductible.