Since 2004, Mike has steered the IMBA juggernaut as its President and USA Executive Director. He does so under the auspices and leadership of IMBA's volunteer board of directors. "It's a dream job and a privilege to combine one's personal passion with that of your vocational goals.", says Mike. His professional career spans over 30 years of not-for-profit work. "It's the dedication and generosity of volunteers and contributors that daily inspire me. And that makes the tough times and days when I wonder, 'Am I making a difference?', all come into perspective." "I am most fortunate to be part of a community that is making the world a better place."
Mountain bike journalist Seb Kemp recently ruffled a few feathers by admitting his affinity for flow trails. You can read his confession for yourself in this recent Dirt Magazine essay, The Truth... Read More
Mountain biking will be literally front and center before the U.S. Congress on June 27. The House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Public Lands and Environmental Regulation will hold a hearing... Read More
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