Our Board

We are governed by a voluntary board of trustees. Each member brings a unique set of skills and a huge wealth of experience.

Richard East


Richard is a Landscape and Urban Designer who has worked in private practice in Glasgow for some 30 years. In that time he has been involved in the creation of many cycle paths and has worked closely with local authorities and access agencies. He also likes bicycles and is the proud owner of a small fleet of interesting machines!

Sam Calvert


Sam is the Chief Revenue Officer for GoFibre, a Scottish independent broadband provider and network builder. Originally from New Zealand, Sam is an experienced strategic marketing, technology and commercial leader in telecommunications businesses. He’s a fair-weather hillwalker, cyclist, runner and Chief Scritching Officer for retired racing greyhound, Flo.

Joyce Lythgoe


Joyce is a retired director of health economics. She enjoys the outdoors, particularly hill walking and cycling. She retains a keen interest in economics and medical matters.

Grant Urquhart

Grant is a retired Consultant Radiologist. He was a dedicated cycle commuter and retains an enthusiasm for all forms of leisure cycling as well as bicycles old and new. He is married to a retired consultant psychiatrist.

Phil McCafferty

Phil is an architect. He specialises in community-focussed regeneration with an emphasis on ecological solutions – reducing waste, more re-use and less consumption of resources. His interests include arts and culture, economic empowerment and the alleviation of poverty, health, and human rights. He is also a keen cyclist.

Tanja Schumm

Tanja is a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist. She enjoys spending her spare time with her family, participating in sports, being outdoors, and exploring new places.

Dee McNaught

Dee is the founder and Strategy Director of Paisley based communications company We Are Brass Tacks – specialising in building culture change programmes around workplace health and safety, and sustainability. She has a keen interest in the future of work, and how it can be made better for all. Dee enjoys spending time with her family and curling up with a good book.​

Rebecca Osborne

Rebecca is a practising solicitor in the field of criminal law. In her spare time Rebecca enjoys spending time with her young family and playing sport, particularly hockey.