Coy Miller lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and has had the passion for bikes for over twenty years. Now, as one of our newest BICP Instructor Trainers, he really shines in his dedication to advancing riders to their next levels.
He has experienced the trails all over the US and Germany area thanks to his career in the US Marine Corps, and from there, he’s taken life by bike to the civilian side, volunteering with the “Red, White, and Blue Group” (Team RWB); A program that enriches the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them through physical activity and assisting them in developing their skills on bikes to build a common, lasting bond.
Coy believes that riding a bike should be safe and fun (with an emphasis on FUN). We think you’ll agree with him in his belief that “Any day on two wheels is better that working in a cubicle”. When Coy is not coaching, riding or racing Enduro, Downhill, or Dual Slalom, he is a devoted family man who loves hiking and exploring new areas – which is easy because his *wife, who’s a major in the Air Force, allows a new location every two years. And, because of his affinity for teaching, you’ll find him expanding his skill set in completing his Bachelor’s Degree in Education.
(*UPDATE: Maj. Miller is now a Cadet Commander at West Point!)