Dan Fuchs, President

Dan grew up in a small Midwestern college town much like Davis, and biked all over there, just as he does here. Living in San Francisco in the 1990s, he biked as much as possible, including to work and for groceries, before the SF Bicycle Coalition had succeeded in achieving the amazing gains of the last few decades.

In Davis since 2002, Dan continues to use his bicycle for every purpose--from commuting to work in Sacramento to every kind of in-town errand. Dan is intent on making Davis an even better, safer place for all kinds of cyclists.


Darell Dickey

Darell is a bicycle-riding, EV-driving, LED-lighting, fan of all things energy efficient. His bicycle advocacy interests are focussed on encouraging safer, more comfortable bicycling in and around Davis by using and changing law (vehicle code and municipal code) and street design. As a nationally-certified bicycle instructor, he helps teach proper riding skills and street etiquette to children and adults. He collaborates and works with Davis city staff, the Davis Bike Club, UC Davis and the police department on myriad bicycle-related programs, including the development of a unique, innovative anti-theft program.

"Bicycle transportation may not solve all of our city’s problems, but it certainly solves many of them!"



Nico Fauchier-Magnan

Nico works as an energy efficiency engineer with UC Davis. He has been biking since his teenage years in the streets of Paris, and later in San Francisco, where he was also actively engaged with the SF Bicycle Coalition. His vehicle of choice is his Nihola cargo tricycle, which he rides all over Davis, often carrying his delighted 2-year old son in it.