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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
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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blog Engagement and Advocacy 04.28.23
Testimony on IMBA’s BOLT Act Heard in Congress; Bill Passes Committee
What does a testimony mean for trails?
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Michael Vitti chats with Jali Fernando (formerly of IMBA, now MORE's Executive Director) in Cunningham Park.
blog Stewardship 04.27.23
Meet a Trail Champion: Michael Vitti
Stewardship Advice from the Big Apple
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A sunset over Los Angeles taken from the Angeles National Forest highway.
blog Stewardship 04.24.23
Breaking Tread: Paving the Way for Inclusive Trail Stewardship (Part I)
How Local Organizations in the Angeles National Forest are Expanding their Volunteer Base
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Young kid riding over a wooden feature on a balance bike smiling while family looks forward smiling in the distance.
blog Education 04.18.23
5 Years of Trail Labs: Foundations
40 Participants from Across the Country Seek Inspiration
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blog Funding 04.17.23
RTP-Funded Trail Education
How one IMBA Local Partner Was Awarded Funding
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A team of volunteers gathers before a Trail Care School in Laguna Hills, CA.
blog Education 03.28.23
Stacking Trail Labs: Southern California Case Study
Connecting Land Managers and Stewards to Sustainable Trail Resources
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Three volunteers doing trail work in Wildwood Park
blog Funding 03.17.23
Green Trails, Greenways, and an Ecosystem of Trails
Shoals MTB is using TAG and Dig In to build beginner trails and grow the greater trail ecosystem in Florence, Alabama
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Group of land managers learning about nicks during an IMBA Trail Management School.
blog Education 03.15.23
What is “Trail Labs”?
A Guide to IMBA’s Education Offerings
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Mountain biker with a headlight riding through the woods in Bristol, VA
blog Vision-Setting 02.21.23
Welcoming new riders to our trails
SORBA Tri-Cities uses Dig In to share the love for mountain biking in Appalachia
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two women standing in a field of dreams
blog Planning 02.16.23
Striking a Balance for Bikers
A Women-Led Effort in Sandpoint, Idaho
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Top view of woman mountain biking through a forest
blog Engagement and Advocacy 02.03.23
Moving From Rider to Advocate
Tips on how to become an effective mountain bike advocate
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Meet the crew

Have a great story to tell? Let us know!

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