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Mootens Productions  Photography
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Dave Rosenberg
Committee Member

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Lea Rosenberg
Committee Member

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Aaron Wedra
Committee Chair


Milly Judd
Marketing Committee

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Maria Contreras Tebbutt
Committee Member

About the Ride Organizers

Zombie Bike Ride Team

The Zombie Bike Ride Halloweekend Festival is made possible thanks to the work of our dedicated team members who have a great love for non-profit charity work and celebrating community.

About the Davis Odd Fellows

Who We Are

The Independent Order of Odd Fellows is an international organization with Lodges located around the globe. Nationally, there are Odd Fellow Lodges in all 50 states.

The Davis Lodge #169 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows has over 400 members, which almost equally consists of men and women and includes members who range from 18 to 81 years old. Our membership is open to humans (and zombies) of good character. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, race, religion, faith, gender, sexual orientation, or economic standing.

Our Lodge is the oldest continually operating entity in Davis, since it was chartered in 1870. Our current Lodge Hall is located in the heart of Downtown Davis at 415 Second Street. We are very active, with over 60 Lodge Committees covering the gamut of activities for members and for the community.

What Are the Requirements for Membership?

Odd Fellowship strictly forbids any interference with one’s religious or political opinions. In the Lodge, we don’t talk religion, politics, or business. The Odd Fellows Lodge Hall offers a respite from the craziness of life. It is a place to escape all of that and focus on friendship and enjoyment of life. We hope members join to enjoy the active social experience we have to offer and to help the greater community of Davis and Yolo County.

We want members who care about others and who will work to do good things for the community. Friendship, Love, and Truth are the foundation of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

Learn more at

About the Bike Campaign

Our mission is to make cycling available to everyone including children with disabilities and seniors. We also strive to reduce car trips, especially to schools, and to increase the joy of cycling. Maria Contreras Tebbutt, founded The Bike Campaign, along with its counterpart, The Bike Garage in 2011. The Bike Campaign works closely with city governments, county health departments, school districts, and community service groups.

How You Can Help


DONATE BIKES & EQUIPMENT including helmets, locks, pumps and lights. 

We have two Bike Garage locations:

Davis: 1500 Cannery Avenue

Woodland: First Street and Hays Street
For hours and locations visit

DONATE TIME – No experience needed. Join Our Team of Volunteers. We need anyone who loves bikes or loves working on bikes.

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Nicole Garcia
Makeup Artist

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Timothy Wilkinson
Pro Photographer 

About Norcal Trykers

Helping kids with special needs become mobile by providing therapeutic tricycles

NorCal Trykers is a nonprofit organization created for the sole purpose of providing, at no cost, customized therapeutic tricycles to children with special needs. Our mission is to provide mobility, exercise, confidence and a sense of normalcy to the lives of worthy recipients in the greater Sacramento area of Northern California. NorCal Trykers is a chapter of National AMBUCS, Inc. which is located in North Carolina.

Each tryke is custom-made for the child's special need

The ability to ride a bike is often not a reality for children with physical or developmental challenges. Properly balanced and safely supported, almost any child can ride an Amtryke. They are designed to address the special and varied needs of any individual with disabilities. 

The opportunity to ride a tryke helps to build important physical and life skills. Proven to build motor skills, strength, and self esteem.

Trykes help kids be kids!

It is fun to ride and offers the child the chance for age appropriate inclusive play with peers and family. Learn more at


Matthew Elliott
Logistics Committee

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Brian Naiman
Zombie Skydiver

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Gabriella Engelhard
Prize Committee

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Duc Jones
Afterparty DJ


Zombie Ride Assistant

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Kathy Barker
Sac Zombie Club

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Rina Fuller
Pro Makeup Artist


Gayle Barry
Marketing Committee

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Chris Peterson
Zombie Skydiver

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Josh Kesler
Zombie Skydiver

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Gary Eberle
Dropzone Assistant

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Christopher McCreary
Logo Illustrator


Manish Parks
Prize Committee

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Simon Pitfield
Zombie Defense Training


Gill Williams
Founder Norcal Trykers


Diana & Zoe Wilkinson
Zombie Ride Assistants


Caden Velasquez
Giant Octopus DJ

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Michelle Weiss
Logistics Committee

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Bonnie Wolstoncroft
Logistics Committee


Elizabeth Lasensky
Partnerships Committee

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Dawn Student
Zombie Lab Assistant

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Dave Reed
Zombie Ride Assistant

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Peter Waggoner
Creator of Whymcycles


Findlay McIntosh
Zombie Lab Assistant

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Sharon Hale
Zombie Lab Assistant

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Sheryl Cambron
Zombie Ride Assistant

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Winston Jameson 
Zombie Bike Mechanic


Howie Spero
Zombie Ride Assistant

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Sean Davis
Ride Guide


Dawn Coder
Zombie Ride Assistant

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Terry Toy
Zombie Ride Guide

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Kevin Sitz
Logistics Committee

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Alex Haider-Winnett
Zombie Ride Assistant

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Diane Steele
Zombie Ride Assistant


Bonnie Walther
Zombie Ride Assistant

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Mary Mallory / Ron Rogers
Zombie Ride Assistant

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John Steele
Zombie Ride Assistant


David Siegel
Zombie Lab Assistant


Greg Tanner
Zombie Lab Assistant


Nan Klein
Zombie Ride Assistant

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