The most successful clubs in the mountain bike advocacy world do a lot of things really well. They build trails, they speak for the mountain bike community, and they get more people on bikes. The key to the last point is providing an experience... Read More / Post Comments
Judging by our record turnout last weekend, trail work is a way of life in Roanoke and Salem, Virginia. Close to 60 people attended our IMBA Trailbuilding School and helped Roanoke’s Pathfinders for Greenways start work on a new singletrack... Read More / Post Comments
IMBA is hiring a new Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew! If you are interested and think you (and your partner) have the chops, check out IMBA's press release with info on how to apply. (Must be awesome to apply.)
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