Meet The SBT GRVL Team
Amy Charity – Co Founder & Owner of SBT GRVL
Micah Rice – Race Director
About Micah: Micah lives in Colorado Springs and joined the SBT GRVL crew in 2021. He moved to Colorado in 2009 to oversee the national events department for USA Cycling and between 2009 and 2017 oversaw over 100 National Championships, several Olympic Trials, and two World Championships for the governing body. Since then, he has been hard at work on other high-profile events such as North American events for Haute Route and the Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox. He currently is the Vice President of Event Strategy & Operations for Tourism Strategies and consults on events around the country, but of course his favorite event he works on is SBT GRVL.
Greer Van Dyck – Community Relations Director
Susie Bockard – Director of Finance & Administration
About Susie: Susie Bockard is our Director of Finance & Administration and you have most likely had contact with her, without knowing it. When not working hard on the SBT experience, Susie can be found on her own bike, being no stranger to suffering as a multi-Ironman finisher and participant in several gravel events. She lives in Denver with her husband Cliff and two teenage boys. Be sure to wave to her on the roads of Steamboat, a second home for 35 years!
Eli Campbell – Course Director
About Eli: Eli came to Steamboat almost 20 years ago, first as a competitor and then as a coach for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club’s freestyle mogul skiing program. When he realized that wasn’t going to pay the bills, he took a job with the local radio stations, where he created successful events like the Kickball Klassic and the Steamboat Mad Mud Run. In 2015, Eli followed his passion for creating memorable experiences by launching Sentio Cycling, a company that helps in the design, production and logistics for cycling events around the nation. In addition to SBT GRVL, Sentio Cycling is part of the operational team for the Emerald Mountain Epic in Steamboat, the Bourbon Country Burn in Kentucky, the Arthritis Foundation’s California Coast Classic, and more. Even though Eli has directed his attention to cycling events, when you’re in town for SBT GRVL, tune in to 104.1/105.5 KFMU, where you can still hear him as the weekday morning DJ from 6a-Noon.
Kristy Fox – Community Relations
About Kristy: Kristy has lived in Steamboat for over 30 years and has no plans to leave anytime soon. Her husband and she have recently sold their fast paced restaurant and are filling their time doing all the activities this little mountain town offers. Her happy place is any adventure with their 3 girls and my 4 legged side kick.
Megan Harvey – Head of Merchandising
About Megan: She moved to Steamboat in 1997, straight from University of Alabama. She somehow finds a way to love it more and more each year. She has a husband, two daughters, and two dogs and that makes living in Steamboat that much more enjoyable.