Support the Trail Access Fund
The work IMBA does improves access to mountain bike trails everywhere.
You often can't ride trails because:
- powerful special-interest groups want to ban bikes from trails altogether
- land managers lack the funds to keep trails and parks open
- land owners do not have what they need to manage mountain biking
Your support helps our volunteers and professional mountain bike advocates. They are working for you everyday and everywhere. Not just in Washington D.C.; IMBA works with your state land management agencies, and in your local area too.
Look at the progress we have made just recently:
- You can now ride trails in dozens of national parks—the donation you send now helps fund IMBA’s work with the National Parks Service to open even more.
- Land managers agreed to open hundreds of miles of new trails for you across the country—in places like the Morgan Hill State Forest in New York, Sope Creek near Atlanta, Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, Buffalo Creek near Denver, and Idyllwild in California. IMBA’s chapters are working to improve riding for you everywhere.
- In the face of funding cuts, IMBA is helping the U.S. Forest Service manage 200,000 miles of trails so they can remain open to bikes.
Help IMBA fight for the future of your sport. Protect the places we all ride. Make your donation to the Trail Access Fund now—$20, $35, $100, even your $10 check helps save a trail.
The future of mountain biking relies on help from everyone that rides. Please give today and ask your friends to as well.
Access to your favorite trail is never guaranteed. If you want to continue enjoying the trails you love, help us protect your right to ride them.
Thanks in advance for keeping our precious trails open,
Michael Van Abel, IMBA Executive Director
P.S. Support the Trail Access Fund now with a gift of $35 or more and I'll send your choice of thank you gift from the limited edition Love Your Trail collection FREE while supplies last. Plus every donation saves you 20 per cent off any item at IMBA’s online store.