Board of Directors

Executive Committee

The MCC Board of Directors is made up of volunteer representatives elected by our member federations. They are the heart of the MCC and play a vital role in defining and advancing our objectives and programs.

Geoff Jilg

President – Geoff currently resides in Southern Alberta and is an active member of the off-road and adventure motorcycle community. He is the current President of the Rocky Mountain Dirt Riders Association and sits on the board of the Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association.

Kellee Irwin

Vice-Chair – Kellee grew up in a motorcycling family in Cornwall, Ontario, and has been riding for over 40 years. As a former off-road competitor, Kellee has traveled extensively around the world with off-road riding. Kellee is Vice-Chair of the MCC and has been on the board for over 10 years. Kellee is pas President of the Ontario Federation of Trail Riders and Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame.

Paul McGeachie

Treasurer – Paul has ridden most every type of motorcycle and can MacGyver any motorcycle to keep it going. He began Motorcycles OK, to ensure motorcycling is a part of transportation and environmental planning in British Columbia. He was also in charge of the Vancouver International Motorcycle Show for many years. Paul believes in motorcycles as an exhilarating transportation solution.


Past-ChairChris is an avid motorcyclist, both on and off-road. He has been riding for 38 years and has participated in all forms of road racing. Chris has always been an advocate of two-wheel sports and rider training. He is on the executive board of the New Brunswick Dirt Riders Association, has a wealth of volunteer board experience regionally and nationally, and enjoys lobbying all levels of government for the sport.


General ManagerWayne, from Forest, Ontario, joined the MCC in November 2015, starting in an administrative support role and later progressing to the role of General Manager. In his current position, Wayne oversees the daily operations of the MCC and plays a vital role in guiding the Board and Committees while contributing to the organization’s strategic and operational development. Prior to his MCC role, Wayne served as the Executive Director of the Ontario Federation of All-Terrain Vehicle Clubs (OFATV) from 2005 to 2016. Additionally, he held the General Manager position for the All-Terrain Quad Council of Canada (now known as the Canadian Quad Council) from 2007 to the present. Wayne divides his time equally between the MCC and CQC, as their shared interests and objectives align closely. Apart from his professional commitments, Wayne and his wife, Grace, enjoy hosting karaoke events locally and actively participate in their church, where Wayne contributes to various roles such as the Men’s Ministry, Sound Tech, and event coordination. His dedication extends to both his professional and personal life, making him a well-rounded and influential member of his community.

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