SRAM Fund Director
Randy Neufeld is the director of the SRAM Cycling Fund.
Randy started his career as a cycling advocate in Chicago at the Active Transportation Alliance, formally known as the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation. He began as executive director in 1987, and then served as Chief Strategy Officer from 2004 through 2009. He continues to be active as a board member. During over 20 years of NGO leadership in Chicago, he gained experience working in all aspects of cycling promotion including planning, mapping, safety, marketing, design, policy, lobbying and funding.
With the support of SRAM, Randy continues as a leader in cycling advocacy in Chicago, nationally, and internationally. Randy is president of America Bikes the national coalition working to grow cycling through national transportation policy and funding. He is also the strategy manager for the National Complete Streets Coalition. Randy serves on the Chicago Bicycle Advisory Council, the Chicago Pedestrian Advisory Council and the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Transportation Committee. He was the founding chair and is a current board member of the Alliance for Biking and Walking, a North American coalition of pedestrian and bicycle advocacy groups formerly known as the Thunderhead Alliance. Randy chairs the state advocacy committee of the National Partnership for Safe Routes to School.