Toby has extensive experience and certifications in IT, multimedia and design, project management and civil construction. He works with local government, public members and the community to incorporate his passion for BMX riding into the public realm.
Toby has been a BMX rider for 25 years and he has travelled the globe to experience and ride some of the most iconic BMX Trails in the world. From a young age, Toby has been heavily involved within the BMX recreational industry to build and create spaces for dedicated individuals.
Community Development Officer / Administration
Leanne is a qualified social worker who has worked around the world with community groups to create sustainable change and enhance education. Community development and engagement with youth within government and non-government agencies has been her specialty.
Leanne brings this experience to benefit TTC, the community and key stakeholders. Leanne also provides administration support with onsite consultations, meetings with clientele and report writing.
Trail Builder / Drainage Specialist
Brad is a qualified plumber with a recreational and professional background in BMX racing, riding and building for the past 30 years. He has been sponsored by a variety of rider owned BMX companies in the past such as FBM and Federal.
Brad enjoys all aspects of trail building and construction and is often the first to test out a new trail or bike park. With acute attention to detail, Brad provides support to TTC for trail improvements and sustainable drainage solutions.
Trail Builder / Maintenance Professional
Matt is a qualified carpenter who adds a unique level of expertise to trail building. He will offer advice and recommendations based on his background and BMX riding experience.
Matt is often seen irrigating and maintaining the trails to ensure rideability and safety of all aspects of our facilities. He has been riding BMX for 25 years and also enjoys riding motorbikes.
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