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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: April 18, 2012 at 3:29:17 PM
By Marty Caivano

Last Saturday, fellow IMBA employee Rod Judd and I attended training to become patrollers for our local group, the Boulder Mountain Bike Patrol. Although I'm still too injured to ride, I can do trailhead outreach, as I will do with another... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: April 5, 2012 at 4:37:40 PM
By Marty Caivano

Martin Glinsky, patrol director at the Red Rock Mountain Bike Patrol in Sedona, recently got his group some notoriety through a couple of local publications: Sedona Monthly and the Sedona Red Rock News.

It never hurts to reach out to your... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: March 5, 2012 at 6:35:43 PM
By Marty Caivano

Hans Erdman and his fellow patrollers at the Backcountry Trail Patrol in Isanti, Minnesota, don't let a little white stuff keep them from riding or patrolling.

Last weekend the group pulled out some mega-fat-tire bikes and patrolled the... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: January 26, 2012 at 5:17:25 PM
By Marty Caivano

Even after 15 years on the road, the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crews still have to explain that they’re not just out there for the mountain bikers.

The crews’ visits are in fact focused on communities. Certainly, the crews teach volunteers to... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: January 25, 2012 at 9:56:10 AM
By Marty Caivano

It's late winter, and that means it's time to hold trainings for National Mountain Bike Patrol Instructors. This first one will be held on Tuesday, February 21, 2012. We will likely hold two more before summer comes, but if your season starts... Read More / Post Comments

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