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We create, enhance and protect great places to ride mountain bikes.

Our focus is on more trails close to home.
By 2025, we aim to partner with 250 new communities for more great local trails.

A badge for More Trails Close to Home shows the image of a mountain biker on a trail and notes 68 communities where trails have been created, 79 have committed, and 366 have engaged in the process.

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IMBA is the worldwide leader in sustainable trail design and construction.

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IMBA is the leader in sustainable trail creation and in protecting the places we ride.
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IMBA promotes responsible mountain biking and champions great places to ride.

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IMBA promotes responsible mountain biking and champions great places to ride.
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IMBA is the go-to resource for MTB access and management issues.

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IMBA is the go-to resource for MTB access and management issues.
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IMBA is a national collective of bike clubs and individual riders like you.

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IMBA is a national collective of bike clubs and individual riders like you.
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More Trails Close to Home

“IMBA is the best organization to make more trails close to home happen. They have helped build many of the local mountain bike groups in several areas of the U.S. They have a trail building organization and the know-how to promote trails beyond just creating them. If IMBA gets support from people all over the country, they can make more trails close to home happen.”

Ximena Florez

Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance Board President

Blog Education 03.28.22
Ride Vibes: Dave's Pre-Ride Checklist
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The Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Blog Land Access 01.05.22
Journey to a Trail: Part 1
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Blog Advocacy 03.07.22
The Making of Northwoods Part I
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Blog Advocacy 12.21.21
A Note of Thanks for Trail Champions
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Blog Trails 12.09.21
Creating Common Ground in California’s Modoc National Forest
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