"Great experiences and great trails require great advocacy."
These words hit me square in the face during the Chapter Congress last Thursday at the World Summit. The session was being led by IMBA’s executive director Mike Van Abel. As he read the... Read More / Post Comments
No matter what kind of mountain biker you are, you’ve probably got a bucket list. In fact, if you’re like me, you have several.
In previous years, I’ve done my best as map geek-mountain bike nerd to maintain a spreadsheet of the places I have yet... Read More / Post Comments
Amidst a busy summer of travel, I recently returned from an important and exciting trip to central Idaho. Continuing the process of building the MTB Project website, my latest assignment in the field was a special one. I traveled north with IMBA’s... Read More / Post Comments
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