Keely Brooks is a climate change analyst, cycling advocate, and races her bike with some of the top women in the country. She is a founder and president of the southern Nevada Bicycle Coalition which works to improve cycling in Las Vegas. Keely also co-founded Cycle Vegas and leads tours 3 days a week.
Bob McCall has been riding and racing bicycles for most of his life and loves the healthy, stress-reducing benefits cycling provides. He started riding a bike when he was in elementary school and soon began delivering newspapers on a bike. Bob rode his bicycle across Oklahoma 3 times before he was 18 and then as a freshman in college, spent 2 weeks cycling through Mexico. He began racing both mountain and road bikes at the University of Oklahoma and in graduate school at Texas Christian University where he received an MS degree in Geology.
Bob moved to Las Vegas in 1991 to pursue a career in geology and has over 20 years experience. He knows the surrounding geology and loves to share it.
Bob has competed at the national level in both mountain and road cycling. In 2011, he won the Race Across America (RAAM) on a 4-man team crossing the country on bicycles in 5 1/2 days setting the 2nd fastest time in the 35-year history.
In 2012, Bob founded Cycle Vegas because he wanted to share his combined passions for cycling and the great outdoors with visitors. He is currently serving a second 2-year term on the Nevada Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board. Bob also enjoys hiking, rock-climbing, sailing, and camping. He has biked, hiked, or climbed to every canyon and peak in Red Rock and is very familiar with the roads and trails surrounding Las Vegas.