One of the few iconic long-distance trails that allow mountain biking, the Colorado Trail does not disappoint. Breathtaking views (literally as the trail crests nearly 12,500’ above sea level) are secondary only to the variety of singletrack encountered — taxing passages at high altitudes are interspersed with pine-needle duff lines weaving through the sub-alpine splendor. An amazing backcountry adventure awaits the hardy souls who tackle this nearly 75-mile segment, which ends in Durango, a town with knobby-tired roots.
Led construction of community bike park project that featured extensive coordination of volunteers and donated equipment and materials. IMBA staff worked closely with local advocates and neighbors to address concerns about visual impacts to adjacent residents.
Developed a mountain bicycle trails master plan to create a destination-quality trail system with the intent of generating bicycle-based tourism for the Village of Ruidoso, New Mexico. The plan development involved several tasks, including: stakeholder participation; site inventory; design options and assessment; and the proposal of a destination-quality mountain bicycle trails system that will meet the existing and future needs of residents and visitors to Ruidoso, New Mexico.
$10K - $49K
Thursday, April 1, 2010 - Wednesday, June 30, 2010
The guidance on this website, and in other IMBA documents, is for reference only and should not be interpreted as a standard, specification or regulation. Mountain biking is inherently risky and could result in injury or death.