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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: November 13, 2015 at 6:01:16 PM
By Marty Caivano

Sharing the trail and reducing conflicts between mountain bikes and equestrians is easy. Here is a simple guide on interacting with horses while riding a different kind of saddle.

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Posted: November 13, 2015 at 5:46:56 PM
By Marty Caivano

IMBA's National Mountain Bike Patrol groups are doing great work in their local communities - helping lost or injured trail users, repairing mechanical problems, and working to further mountain bike advocacy on their local trail systems. As they... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: October 5, 2015 at 4:05:20 PM
By Marty Caivano

Two hardworking National Mountain Bike Patrol groups appeared in their local newspapers recently, giving them a chance highlight some of the goals of the NMBP — medical response and trail advocacy.

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Posted: July 1, 2014 at 1:20:18 PM
By Marty Caivano

From Patrol Director Wes Allen:

IMBA-SORBA West Georgia is proud to announce its new bike patrol. The patrol was formed in 2013 with only the Patrol Director Wes Allen and has quickly grown to six patrollers, with more expected.

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Posted: May 13, 2014 at 1:26:51 PM
By Marty Caivano

The Clinton River Area Mountain Bike Association patrol (southeast Michigan) had a solid year in 2013, scoring new financial support while logging 1065 patrol hours on over 12 different trails. They supported several races and events as well,... Read More / Post Comments

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