Officers

Ron Arms – President
president@cccofvt.org

I’ve been riding motorcycles for 40 of my 46 young years.  Starting out in central VT on an Arctic Cat Scat, I managed to work my way up to a 1 year old 1982 KTM XC250 by the end of high school.  I was on a KTM long before anyone knew what they were all about;  BTW, they were white back then.  Always fascinated with trials I picked up a Beta in 2000 and compete on and off with New England Trials finishing 3rd in the Sportmen Class in 2010.  I also dabble in Vintage trials.   I now have 10 bikes including several street, enduro, trials and vintage bikes.  My vintage collection includes some old TY Yamaha’s and a 74 coffin-tanked CZ250.  This year I picked up a new mount for the CCC rides, (Beta450rr) and hope to keep up the trend of riding something a little different than the next guy.  As an active member with the Green Mountain Plonkers (GMP), GMR, and CCC of VT,  this year I decided to put my focus with CCC of VT by accepting the position of President.   As a member of the St George DRB and Planning Commission I keep myself versed in bylaws and legal issues while supporting my community.

Access and having fun are my main objectives for the CCC.  After seeing how easily access to land can be taken away, whether the Richmond riding area or the ATV connector trail in the NEK, I want to make sure we keep and maintain access to the class IV and ancient roads of VT while helping out local communities along the way.  We have a great club and support structure so let’s make 2011 a great riding season and fun for all.

Ben Loscalzo – Vice President
webmaster@cccofvt.org

Ben Loscalzo – Elected February 2012, Ben has created the framework for this website and aims to promote club sustainability through process automation, unified communications and expanded membership collaboration tools. Ben drops his moto regularly but is never afraid to pick it up and give it another shot.

RuthAnne Daniels – Secretary

RuthAnne Daniels

secretary@cccofvt.org

RuthAnne Daniels has become addicted to dirt bikes since her husband got her hooked 5 years back. She is an engineer working for Dubois and King in Randolph, out where the trails get nice and bumpy. She isn’t afraid to get a little dirty, or even black and blued, because, after all, that’s what makes you a better rider, huh?

 

 

Wayne Longe – Treasurer

treasurer@cccofvt.org

Want to welcome everyone to a great new season.

 

 

Ray Atwood — Member at Large

I have lived in Bolton since 1967. I am happily married with 4 kids, 11 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. I have been riding dirt bikes since 1972 and raced for a couple of years in NETRA enduros and was a B rider. Raced in a local and NETRA hare scrambles and  almost always won my class. Made some great friends along the way too. Wayne Longe, Lester Maple, Al Drown and Scott Stumpf are just a few. My kids used to ride dirt bikes and some of them still ride. I have been self

employed since 1977 having an auto body shop with 7 employees. Now work alone painting and restoring motorcycles and sell some dirt bike stuff too. I have been a Bolton selectman, justice of the peace, member of the Bolton planning commission and member of the Chittenden Country Regional Planning Commission. As president and founding member of the CCCofVt I do all the emailing and preside at the meetings. I usually run the sound test at rides too. I am looking to bring all forms of motorized outdoor recreation together and want to give the dirt bike riders a voice in Vermont.