Bob Trigg is MCBC's Administrator. As Administrator, Bob most important duties are managing the office infrastructure (computer hardware and software, phones, and other equipment), maintaining the MCBC website (which he did as a volunteer from 2000 to 2003), and writing and emailing the Weekly Bulletin. He also helps with many less glamorous tasks like mailings, ordering supplies, and distributing MCBC maps.
Bob's first experience with bike advocacy came when he rode in the 1996 California AIDS Ride (he also rode in the 2001 Alaska AIDS Vaccine Ride with MCBC Board Member Stephen Hesson). He has been a member of SFBC ever since, and joined MCBC when he moved to Fairfax in 1999.
Bob brings his considerable experience in the computer world to the MCBC office, having worked previously as a programmer and in tech support with ABM, a building services company in San Francisco, and with Esprit, the now defunct San Francisco clothing company.