Hall of Fame

These people continuously go above and beyond for the Stewardship, donatings countless hours of time & resources.

Toe-Clip Todd (Todd Hesse)

Todd has been volunteering with SBTS since it began. He's a lifetime member, a core member and played a pivotal role in the opening of the North Yuba trail by sponsoring a final rush trail day. He's been a true trooper over the years donating sweat, time, money and expertise. He also is famed for bringing Crud to Downieville.

Van-O (Van Sutton)

Van-O has been volunteering for SBTS since the beginning. He always brings a great attitude and is willing to do whatever it takes to help out. He was the sole volunteer to appear when we did a last minute construction of a pump track at the Chalet View. He showed up mid-week, driving all the way from the bay area to help out. He also once beat Mark Weir at ping pong. 

 Sarge (Dan Bonvicin)

Dan, or Sarge as he's more commonly adds the much needed salty attitude to the group. He's been volunteering for SBTS since it began back in 2003. His continued dedication to the group has earned him a well deserved place amongst the Hall of Fame. Our favorite moment from Sarge's history with the group was when he put on a bra and danced at an Epic to win a bike. 

Metal Mike aka DJ Mix Nuts (Mike Haire)

Metal Mike has been helping build trails in this area since before SBTS existed. His father worked as a trail builder in this area, so he grew up helping out. Mike is well known for his DJ skills, his love of trains and for bringing a drum set to an epic to serenade us all with some death metal. He also once broke his finger in the line of duty building the ramp for the River Jump at the Downieville Classic. 

Mike Dunn (Dunn Vineyards)

Mike and Dunn Vineyards have been longtime supporters of SBTS and our mission. Mike and his son race annually in the Downieville Classic. Mike regularly donate to our race events, raffles and epics.