Our Team

FRASER DAMOFF - Executive Director
Fraser Damoff is the Executive Director of Cycle Oakville and leads Cycle Oakville's Board of Directors in their mission to make Oakville a more cycle friendly Town. With years of experience in community organizing, Fraser has been involved with the United Way, Kerr Street Mission and the Terry Fox Run. He is a frequent commuter cyclist and can most likely be found riding his Blue Norco City Glide throughout Oakville's three local BIAs or to the Oakville GO station on his way to work.
Taylor Brown - Director of Membership
Taylor Brown is a seasoned business executive with a passion for cycling and creating safe places to cycle in Oakville. Having seen the amazing work being done in New York City around bicycle friendly business districts, Taylor is a strong proponent of making Oakville's BIAs more bicycle friendly in order to attract shoppers and support local businesses. She is a frequent urban cyclist and can most likely be found riding her Swiss inspired, turquoise Opus Zermatt bicycle throughout Downtown Oakville to get coffee, get groceries at the Saturday Farmer's Market or buy flowers from one of Oakville's fine flower shops.
Luigia Zilli - Director of Marketing & Community Organizing
Luigia is a small-business owner and passionate cyclist in Oakville, ON. She is also a talented artist and creates hand-drawn portraits of cyclists and bike related arts. To view some of her work, visit her website Bicycle Art. Growing up riding the bicycle since she was in preschool, she firmly believes that it is the best way for living our future in a clean environment while keeping ourselves healthy and happy.
Jim Ivey - Director of Finance
Jim has an Applied Arts & Technology degree from Humber College, and is also a former fitness instructor at the YMCA of Oakville. He combines the technical with the physical exercise, and is the resident expert at planning community social rides throughout Oakville.
Anelia Tichkova - Director of Youth Programming
Anelia is an environmental educator with years of teaching experience and sharing her passion for the environment with children of all ages. With degrees in Geography and Education and a career in three different countries, she is a passionate advocate of active transportation and she believes children and young adults have the power to transform communities through cycling. Anelia first started getting around on two wheels in Grade 1 as a way of transportation to school and never stopped loving it. She now instills this love of mindful cycling in her own children and in youth hoping for a future where bicycles are the norm.
David Harris - Director-At-Large & Secretary
David Harris is a retired nuclear project manager, and has been cycling for about sixty years, in some 25 countries. He enjoys road and trail riding, and has completed many tours in Europe and North America. As a Director for Cycle Oakville, and a member of the Oakville Cycling Club, David has been an advocate for better and safer cycling infrastructure for many years, and uses a bicycle for transportation whenever possible. His motto is “Why drive when you can walk or ride”.
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