LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Governor Andy Beshear has appointed Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Ian Ramsey to the Kentucky Bicycle and Bikeway Commission (KBBC).
KBBC was created by the Kentucky legislature in 1992 to represent the interests of bicyclists in Kentucky. The KBBC advises the Secretary of the Transportation Cabinet on pedestrian and bikeway programs and promotes the interest of the bicycling public to governing officials and the general public.
Ramsey is a Member (Partner) of Stites & Harbison, PLLC based in the Louisville, Ky., office, affiliated with the Alexandria, Va., office, and is licensed to practice law in Kentucky, Florida, Tennessee and the District of Columbia. He is a products liability trial attorney, a Certified Fire & Explosion Investigator and has extensive national experience investigating and defending lawsuits arising from fires and explosions. He is also a very active outside general counsel overseeing and directly handling commercial disputes, transactional negotiations and a multitude of other legal issues.
In 2013, Ramsey with Greg Strafer and Bill Serad, founded Clydesdale Athletics Club (CAC), a cycling club committed to raising funds for the Norton Cancer Institute and Norton Children’s Cancer Institute. CAC since its start has supported Norton’s annual Bike to Beat Cancer fundraising campaign. This year the now 50-plus members of CAC surpassed $400,000 in donations raised since its founding.