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Marty Caivano


Marty joins IMBA after twelve years spent mountain biking every hour of the day that wasn't tied up in other life-sustaining activities. In her former career, she lived behind a camera as a photojournalist, writer and videographer for newspapers and cycling magazines. She's also currently developing a fetish for tool collecting after becoming a bike mechanic, following her visits to the United Bicycle Institute and USA Cycling's race mechanics' clinic.

Posted: July 25, 2016 at 11:17:08 AM
By Marty Caivano

Using trails for recreation is a relatively new phenomenon in American history. Even dating back to the 1930s, when creating “foot trails” was among the tasks performed by the Civilian Conservation Corps, that work was classified as “... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: July 12, 2016 at 3:07:52 PM
By Marty Caivano

This summer, IMBA Trail Solutions continues work at Deep Creek Lake State Park, near Swanton, Maryland, where the rough terrain takes a page from the West Virginia trail playbook.

"This will be rocky... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: June 30, 2016 at 2:51:04 PM
By Marty Caivano

Mountain bikers often agree that trails are art. At Powder Mountain resort in Eden, Utah, trail development includes ridable sculpture as well.

After designing 14 miles of trail... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: March 3, 2016 at 2:12:13 PM
By Marty Caivano

The Santos trail system, near Ocala, Florida, is one of IMBA's bronze-level Ride Centers — thanks in part to the efforts of the Ocala Mountain Bike Association and its patrol group, the OMBA Bike Patrol.

As a Ride Center, Santos attracts... Read More / Post Comments

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