Respecting the natural world is one of IMBA's core values. From building sustainable trails to encouraging volunteer stewardship, we have a proud record of protecting the places we play. In the past — luckily a past that is quickly becoming a tiny... Read More / Post Comments
PHOTO: Author Jenn Dice, IMBA Government Affairs Director, at the 2012 National Bike Summit in Washington, D.C.
I want you to think back to IMBA's early years. What consumed IMBA leaders? What did access look like? The old IMBA was reactive. We... Read More / Post Comments
Image: Bike advocacy can be a hoot — but sometimes it just doesn't come across that way.
The goals of IMBA's Public Lands Initiative are lofty and admirable. The program is designed to offer new resources to promote a bicycle-friendly approach... Read More / Post Comments
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