A new bike park is nearing completion in Twin Falls, Idaho. The one-acre site is adjacent to the Rock Creek bike path. Trail Specialist Jason Wells with IMBA Trail Solutions is leading the construction project.
The BLM Shoshone Field Office is conducting the North Highway 20 Travel Management Plan and is incorporating proposed trails to address recreation demand in the Wood River Valley. Some trails that were designed in previous years may be within priority sage-grouse habitat; so additional trails are being designed that are outside of these sensitive areas.
The development of new mountain bike trails on Coldwater Mountain near Anniston, Alabama has helped motivate the Anniston Fire Department to up the beat on its wilderness rescue response capabilities. A cycling accident on Coldwater Mountain last August helped the agency recognize the need for an improved response capability.
The BLM Burley Field Office is proceeding with its study of improvements to the Indian Spring Trail Network in Idaho's Magic Valley. The National Environmental Policy Act requires the BLM to study how the development of new trails will impact the environmental and cultural resources present on the site.
The wooden pump track at Reimers Ranch Park in Travis County Texas is complete and open to the public. The project required a great deal of collaboration and team work to bring it to fruition, and the people at Travis County Parks and the Austin Ridge Riders were outstanding partners to have in that effort. Trail Solutions was working as a subcontractor to the project under the general contractor STR Constructors.
The Land Heritage Institute (LHI) is a living museum on 1200 acres of open space along the banks of the Medina River on the far south side of San Antonio, Texas. LHI preserves and maintains the acreage, and the organization has developed many successful interpretive programs that help visitors to the site understand the history of the place and how its 10,000 years of continual human habitation have contributed to the character and uniqueness of this landscape.
The guidance on this website, and in other IMBA documents, is for reference only and should not be interpreted as a standard, specification or regulation. Mountain biking is inherently risky and could result in injury or death.