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Chris Bernhardt


Chris Bernhardt leads IMBA's Trail Solutions program as Director of Consulting Services.

Posted: May 27, 2014 at 4:19:20 PM
By Chris Bernhardt

In the Alsea Falls Recreation Area there were mainly 20-30 percent graded hiking trails that are known for being no walk in the park. For mountain bikers, there were some rough descending options and a painful climb to access it.

To remedy... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: May 23, 2014 at 3:59:39 PM
By Chris Bernhardt

IMBA frequently cites trail systems as helping to boost local economies. In Sandy, Oregon, along the primary route between the Portland metro area and the popular Sandy Ridge Trail system, one iconic... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: May 22, 2014 at 12:43:05 PM
By Chris Bernhardt

The culmination of many years of work by IMBA has resulted in the State of Maryland Board of Public Works recently approving the development of new natural surface trails on State lands in Garrett County. IMBA's Trail Solutions program will be in... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: May 19, 2014 at 11:43:48 AM
By Chris Bernhardt

I love the growing popularity of enduro racing, which may sound strange coming from someone who does not race. In fact, I’m skeptical of most mountain bike racing as I think it has evolved into categories that drive specialization, more than... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: May 18, 2014 at 5:06:07 PM
By Chris Bernhardt

The Medford District of the Bureau of Land Management is working with local mountain bicycle advocates to develop a new trail system minutes off of Interstate 5 in southern Oregon. With south-facing exposure and a low base elevation the trails... Read More / Post Comments

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