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Every day across the country, great places to ride are being created and maintained. They provide enjoyment, a connection to nature, an avenue for better physical and mental health, and even economic benefit to communities. These are the stories of those rides, those people, and those places.

Current Blogs
blog Funding 08.23.23
Partnerships Continue to Accelerate Trails in Chattanooga
Newest Trails in Tennessee’s River Gorge Made Possible by IMBA’s TAG
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blog Engagement and Advocacy 08.15.23
This is Your Community on Trails
NICA and IMBA Talk Trail Towns
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Beautiful Silverton from Baker's Park
blog Planning 08.04.23
Hard Work. Connections. Persistence.
How the Silverton Singletrack Society committed to the long-haul to build trails right the first time.
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Ohio Focused Rider
blog Engagement and Advocacy 07.28.23
ACT in Ohio
Statewide Organizing Effort Yields Funding Success
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Jess Didion rakes a berm in the foreground as a mini excavator works in the background.
blog Construction 07.13.23
The Highest Machine-Built Trail in North America?
Beavers Loop Opens at Arapahoe Basin, CO
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Brice Shirbach riding in Boone, NC.
blog Stewardship 07.10.23
Mountain Bikers Riding Bikes Talking Trails #1
Boone, North Carolina
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a group of three with a young kid in the lead rides their bikes around a turn with inslope
blog Engagement and Advocacy 06.20.23
Shared Mission: Kids on Bikes and More Close to Home Trails
Where NICA and IMBA Intersect
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blog Funding 06.19.23
Gateway Green Skills Area Revamp
History and Progress on Portland's Popular Riding Area
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blog Stewardship 06.15.23
Breaking Tread: Paving the Way for Inclusive Trail Stewardship (Part II)
One IMBA Trail Care School in a Nutshell
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blog Funding 06.07.23
More Than a Singletrack Mind
How FATRAC Exceeded Their Dig In Project Goal
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A concept map of Lost River State Park and hands holding a smartphone with a  topographic map on screen.
blog Design 05.25.23
Trail Accelerator Grant: A Case Study
How Lost River State Park in West Virginia Will Benefit
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A brunette woman adaptive mountain biker weaves through trees and is followed by a male mountain biker.
blog Assessment 05.23.23
Sustainable Trail Design with Adaptive MTB'ers in Mind
How Central Oregon Trail Alliance is Looking to the Future
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Meet the crew

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Liz Chrisman portrait

A long time ago, I read, "believe you can & you're halfway there." That 100% applies to all areas of life, especially mountain biking. Whether it's looking forward on the trail, positive self-talk, or seeing the big picture of a trail project, believing is pivotal to success on and off the trail.

Meet our team
Liz Chrisman

Content Marketing Manager

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