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Mark Eller


As IMBA's communications director, Mark Eller publishes newsletters (both print and electronic), special reports and web pages to illuminate all of the organization's activities. Eller has worked for IMBA since 2005. Before that he was a magazine editor, working for publications ranging from Rock and Ice to Vegetarian Times.

To Flow or Not to Flow?

Posted: June 18 - 2015

Photo: In Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Hustle and Flow trail offers a gravity-based experience that's accessible to riders with beginner/intermediate skill sets. Or, if you're an accomplished jumper... Read More

Searching for Flow

Posted: June 11 - 2015

Photo: The author scans waves in Kauai, looking for a flow opportunity on a very big surfboard. I find my flow state cruising waist-high waves on a longboard. My brother-in-law, who surfs every... Read More

5 Common Misperceptions About IMBA

Posted: April 15 - 2015

Have you encountered a MTBer who refuses to support or join IMBA, or their local IMBA chapter, because of mistaken assumptions about how we operate? Here are five common misunderstandings and some... Read More

Five Things I’ve Learned From Mountain Bike Forums

Posted: January 14 - 2015

For each and every topic that humans have an interest in, from astrology to zombies, there is an online discussion forum. In mountain biking they range from locally based boards that focus on... Read More

Partnering With Motorized Users

Posted: November 18 - 2014

Photo: Dr. Jeremy Wimpey, of Applied Trails Research, rides a dirt bike to explore the terrain near Caliente, NV, for mountain bike trail development possibilities while working with IMBA's Trail... Read More

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