Lane "Spider" MacLeod
Lane grew up on Vashon and was given the nickname "Spider" by Bill Kirschner, founder of K2 Skis. In 1979 Lane moved with this family to Portland where he ran a family bike shop and raced competitively for Panda and Robinson Racing. His love of skiing led him to race competitively as a junior and amateur. He then coached the Gresham H.S. Ski Team and was a summer camp race coach and PSIA instructor on Mt. Hood. His career in the sports industry included a stint stringing racquets for Davis Cup and tennis heroes such as Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe.
Christine Cruver MacLeod
Christine is originally from Tacoma, WA but grew up in West Linn, Oregon. She spent her young life on her bicycle, riding around her small town with friends. She played volleyball and basketball in junior high but in high school she joined the speech and leadership teams. Christine graduated from Marylhurst University in Lake Oswego, OR with a Bachelor of Science in Business & Leadership. In her twenty year career as an HR/OD professional she provided management training, strategic planning, and program management consultation.