PHOTO: Author Jenn Dice, IMBA Government Affairs Director, at the 2012 National Bike Summit in Washington, D.C.
I want you to think back to IMBA's early years. What consumed IMBA leaders? What did access look like? The old IMBA was reactive. We would meet, we would write, we would call, we would speak and — if we were lucky — at the end of the day, we kept things the same. No new trails, just protecting the status quo.
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