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Dig In Overview

Thanks to contributions from supporters like you, IMBA is able to help our Local Partners create, protect and enhance more trails close to home. Your contribution to a Dig In project will help transform a community and make better places to ride bikes.


Each project that raises $5,000 is eligible for $5,000 in matching funds from Shimano. So the more money is raised means more money can be allocated toward the project. Make a difference today by contributing to a Dig In project!

The next application period opens November 1st, 2023 – November 30th, 2023. 

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Current Projects
Archived Projects
Volunteer Super Series

A Project of Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts

$ 735.00 raised of $ 16000.00

Volunteerism is one of the cornerstones of the Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts’s (MORE’s) mission…
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Hurkey Creek Restoration

A Project of Coachella Valley Mountain Bike Association

$ 4150.00 raised of $ 15000.00

Unexpectedly in 2013 and again in 2018, Hurkey Creek was destroyed by two large fires, and…
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Unlocking Adventure: Advanced Trails at Rocky Branch Park

A Project of Tarheel Trailblazers

$ 10100.00 raised of $ 25000.00

Join us in realizing the vision of Rocky Branch Park Trail Enhancement Project as we embark on the…
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Landfill to Community Trails - Sunset Park

A Project of Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition

$ 1165.00 raised of $ 15000.00

Opening to the public in late fall of 2023, Sunset Park will feature professionally developed…
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Heritage Trails MTB Park - Phase 3 (Skills Area)

A Project of Metro Mountain Bikers

$ 13211.00 raised of $ 21000.00

Metro Mountain Bikers’ Dig In campaign will fund the phase 3 Skills Area of a new trail system that…
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Trail Creek Bridge

A Project of Mountain Bike the Tetons

$ 350.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The project in focus is the construction of a 60' bridge across Trail Creek within the Southern Valley Recreation Project site in Victor, Idaho, and will connect new trails to existing trails. The project has been partially funded through an RTP grant and a number of small private donations. Dig In funds will help pay for the cost of bridge materials.
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Mount Airy Forest Skills Park & Trails

A Project of Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance

$ 1575.00 raised of $ 200000.00

CORA is working with Cincinnati Parks on developing the Mount Airy Forest Skills Park and Trails. This project will provide a low-risk and easily accessible learning environment for kids on bikes. The park will play a key role in helping develop the programming necessary to encourage kids to ride and develop their skills.
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Patuxent River State Park Trail Project

A Project of Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts

$ 1600.00 raised of $ 10000.00

MORE is helping fund phase I construction of 7 miles of sustainable, natural surface multi-use trail at Patuxent River State Park managed by Maryland Park Service/Department of Natural Resources. This is due in part to limits on volunteer work due to COVID 19 but will lead to more contracted work.
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Western Heritage Park Trail (WHiP Trail)

A Project of Weatherford Mountain Bike Club

$ 3795.00 raised of $ 7000.00

Funding will support the purchase of tools for maintenance crews and signs for the Western Heritage Park Trail in Mineral Wells, TX. At approximately 4.35 miles, the soft-surface nature trail benefits the mountain biking, hiking and trail running communities of Mineral Wells and the Palo Pinto County region.
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Narrowback Trail Connection

A Project of Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition

$ 1200.00 raised of $ 3000.00

Narrrowback Mountain is one of the most popular places to ride in the GW National Forest. The Coalition has received a Recreational Trails Program grant through the Virginia DCR to construct three miles of new trail to connect the Narrowback Tower Trail with the newly constructed Wolf Ridge Parking lot. Funding will support the monetary match required for the grant.
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Walden Ridge Park Trail Construction Phase 1

A Project of SORBA Chattanooga

$ 12305.00 raised of $ 25000.00

Located less than 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, TN; the 200 acre Walden Ridge Park will offer our community 8 to 12 miles of gravity oriented MTB trails with 800 feet of elevation loss, for beginner to expert riders. It will also boast a rock climbing zone and hiking trails.
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Rattling Creek Trail System expansion

A Project of Susquehanna Area Mountain Bike Association

$ 2035.00 raised of $ 4000.00

SAMBA’s vision for the expansion would provide additional access to the Rattling Creek Epic from surrounding towns, connectivity to the Lykens Valley Rail Trail and double current trail mileage by establishing trail connections that support future trail development within Weiser State Forest.
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Pine Hill Park Trail Build Out

A Project of Pine Hill Partnership

$ 1490.00 raised of $ 40000.00

Due to COVID-19, the Pine Hill Partnership needs to replace approximately 2,500 lost volunteer hours to complete the Pine Hill Park Trail project. The plan is to address the backlog of trail maintenance and new trail development by hiring the VT Youth Conservation Corp.
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Brundage Mountain to Bear Basin Trail Phase 2

A Project of Central Idaho Mountain Bike Association

$ 1200.00 raised of $ 192000.00

Helping fund the 3-mile second phase trail of an 8-mile project that will connect the existing USFS Bear Basin Trail system, a stacked loop non-motorized trail system just west of McCall, ID to the variety of lift accessible and cross country trails at Brundage Mountain Resort.
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Bridges and Berms Fundraiser

A Project of Tri-County Mountain Bike Association

$ 1706.00 raised of $ 7000.00

The Ridgeland Trails were constructed in 2007 with bridges and berms built with treated pine that have begun to deteriorate. Funding is needed to rebuild these features.
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MTB Skills Park at Dillon State Park

A Project of Appalachia Outdoor Adventures

$ 1000.00 raised of $ 18475.00

Appalachia Outdoor Adventures has identified a need for new and novice riders to be able to build up their technical riding skills. Funding for a local skills park is needed so instructor led and casual skill building sessions can occur in a safe and easily accessible location.
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Bogue Chitto State Park MTB park phase I

A Project of North Shore Off-Road Bicycling

$ 1690.00 raised of $ 10000.00

A professional trail builder has been awarded to develop a master plan for, and build additional miles in this State Park trail system. The funding will be used to contract with the builder to make improvements to the existing 5 miles of trail to maximize mileage and sustainability.
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Blue Marsh Trails Restoration Project (BMTR Project)

A Project of Berks Area Mountain Biking Association

$ 3880.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The BMTR Project will fully advocate for outdoor recreation, specifically- the sport of mountain biking, ensure diverse and inclusive participation from all riders and interested persons regardless of age or ability, and will ultimately serve to benefit the entire community.
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Great Pond Mountain Improved Climbing Trail, Kiosk & Tools

A Project of Eastern Maine Cycling Club

$ 1135.00 raised of $ 6600.00

We built Capstone Trail last year to rave reviews by riders and now we want a better climb. We have struck hero dirt and this new climb will be real fine! This modern climbing trail will be a total of .9 miles and be a high profile trail in the Wildlands of Great Pond Mountain.
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Blackburg Bike Park "Rock Garden Trail"

A Project of Blue Ridge Off-Road Cyclists

$ 2000.00 raised of $ 2000.00

Blue Ridge Off-Road Cyclists is partnering with the town of Blacksburg to help build the Rock Garden Trail. This will be a progressive rock garden for all levels of riders.
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Quarry Trail System Signage Project

A Project of Fredericksburg Trails Alliance

$ 1250.00 raised of $ 5500.00

The Quarry Trail System, consists of numerous intersecting trails along the Rappahannock River and parallel ridgeline. It is a very popular trail system but the consistent complaint is that there is no signage and it is easy to get lost. This project will provide signage for a safer experience.
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Pearsall Park Trail Design

A Project of South Texas Off Road Mountain-Bikers

$ 7000.00 raised of $ 7000.00

One thing that the COVID-19 public health crisis has shown us is that there is a tremendous demand for safe and accessible trails for exercising and exploring the outdoors. This project will fund the professional design of a shared use trail system and flow trail in a 500 acre park located in the southwest part of San Antonio where there is a disproportionate lack of these types of trails. We believe there is tremendous untapped potential at Pearsall Park to create a regional destination for those seeking natural surface trails for riding their bikes.
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Rich Mountain WMA - Cartecay Tract Reroutes

A Project of North Georgia Mountain Bike Association

$ 3000.00 raised of $ 3000.00

We are rebuilding three miles of trail in the Rich Mountain Wildlife Management Area that were damaged by a controlled burn. This trail system serves as a NICA training facility for our local NICA teams and is extremely popular with other user groups.
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Bristol TN/VA Public Bike Workstations

A Project of SORBA Tri-Cities

$ 4620.00 raised of $ 6000.00

We want to install public workstations at our local trails - Sugar Hollow Park on the VA side, Steele Creek Park and South Holston Multi-Use Trails on the TN side, as well as our rails-to-trails in progress, the Mendota Trail - to provide the necessary tools to keep bikes safe and working well.
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Breathing Life Back into Legacy Trails In Central Wisconsin

A Project of Central Wisconsin Off-Road Cycling Coalition

$ 2150.00 raised of $ 5000.00

In 2020, the Central Wisconsin Offroad Cycling Coalition (CWOCC), the local IMBA chapter is embarking on an extensive trail improvement project at Nine Mile County Forest Recreation Area, Central Wisconsin's legacy trail system for over 25 years.
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Explore Park Bike Park.

A Project of Blue Ridge Off-Road Cyclists

$ 3000.00 raised of $ 3000.00

We at Blue Ridge Off-Road Cyclists (BROC) have been invited by the County of Roanoke, VA, to build multiple mountain bike trails at the county’s Explore Park. Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, Explore Park's 1,100 acres features hundreds of acres of rolling hills, pristine woodlands, river frontage, and a visitor information center. These amenities are located within 15 minutes of downtown Roanoke’s population core. With the surge in people of all ages who are becoming interested in mountain biking, the county has identified an opportunity to better serve county residents and visitors to the area by enhancing the mountain biking resources within the park. BROC is building a .3-mile intermediate jump-line trail, the first of its kind in the Roanoke area. Currently, Roanoke does not have any intermediate jump-lines. In addition, BROC is also building a one-mile beginner trail. This trail will be a peaceful nature trial that will follow a meandering creak with waterfalls through an Old-growth forest.
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Ferretti Non-Motorized Trail System

A Project of Groveland Trail Heads

$ 5130.00 raised of $ 5000.00

The Ferretti Non- Motorized Trail System is a Mountain Bike Destination Trail System and pilot project in partnership with the USFS, Stanislaus National Forest, located in Groveland on 500+ acres within the SNF Groveland Ranger District.
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Heyward Community Forest_Song Mountain Trail System

A Project of Charlottesville Area Mountain Bike Club

$ 7000.00 raised of $ 7000.00

This project represents the third phase of the Song Mountain Loop trail system in the newly acquired Heyward Community Forest. This new bike-optimized, shared use trail, named Voodoo Child, is an arterial trail that will connect Heyward Community Forest with Ragged Mountain Recreation Area, completing 2.5 miles and expanding day-riding experiences in the Charlottesville area.
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Chattahoochee Bend State Park

A Project of MTB Atlanta

$ 5610.00 raised of $ 10000.00

Chattahoochee Bend State Park is Georgia’s fifth largest state park, within the Metro-Atlanta area, and a short drive to other southeast trail systems. CBSP has the potential to be a regionally significant trail system within the southeast with 30-40 miles of trail developed.
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Dillon Mountain Bike Skills Park phase 2

A Project of Appalachia Outdoor Adventures

$ 2175.00 raised of $ 15600.00

We completed phase 1 with IMBA/Shimano dig in grant, AOA club funds, and volunteer efforts. The club has expended its current funds for skills park development at this time, but we hope to continue expansion. We are seeking additional funds to allow our club to complete phase 2.
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Brookfield pump track and skills area

A Project of Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts

$ 2400.00 raised of $ 8000.00

This project will serve a diverse community of underserved youth. The project will improve and expand the current pump track and incorporate pre-built technical trail features to create an inclusive, welcoming trail experience for youth of all ages.
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Mountain Bike Skills Progression Trail Project - Camden Snow Bowl

A Project of Midcoast Maine NEMBA

$ 3725.00 raised of $ 10000.00

This project will be based at the Camden Snow Bowl, which is a town owned and operated ski area. The scope of work will involve upgrading existing trails and our pump track that IMBA helped to build. Our objective is to improve the experience for beginner/entry level mountain bikers.
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River to Ridge Trail Plan -Asheville, NC

A Project of Pisgah Area SORBA

$ 2000.00 raised of $ 4000.00

Pisgah SORBA is partnering with the City of Asheville and other community partners to create a system of natural surface trails within City owned and/or managed properties throughout the River Arts District, Beaucatcher Mountain and Azalea Park. This trail system is called the River to Ridge Trails.
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Berkshire Bike Skills Park

A Project of Berkshire NEMBA

$ 4535.00 raised of $ 5000.00

This project is to construct the first professionally built bike skills park in the Western Massachusetts area. The 1+ acre park will include a paved pump track, youth area, jump line, cross country trail, and possibly a dual slalom in order to creatively enhance outdoor recreation in the region.
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CMMBA Trail Building and Maintenance Tools

A Project of Central Michigan Mountain Bike Association

$ 2000.00 raised of $ 8100.00

The Central Michigan Mountain Bike Association maintains over 70 miles of local trails, including many miles that were damaged by flooding in May 2020 and are in desperate need of maintenance. They also intend to keep up their stewardship on several trail systems currently in the planning stages. The club volunteers plenty of their time and supports the local youth cycling team, the Midland Mountain Bike Crew. Now they just need the tools and trailer to keep their amazing work going.
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Narrowback Trails Connection

A Project of Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition

$ 10100.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition aims to construct 3 miles of trail for the Narrowback Trails Connection that will improve accessibility to adjacent trails and create much-needed connectivity to existing parking. The Coalition has already secured funds for the project with a Recreational Trails Program grant through the Virginia DCR and needs to provide a partial match to meet their goal.
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Copper Creek Mountain Bike Park Phase 1

A Project of Central Iowa Trails Association

$ 2800.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The Central Iowa Trail Association and Polk County Conservation are working together to create integrated trails and green spaces that will serve as recreation and conservation areas for the entire community. The $10,000 raised through the Dig In grant will help fund Phase 1 of the project and support additional grants the county has applied for to begin construction.
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The Jamestown Trail

A Project of Michigan's Edge Mountain Biking Association 

$ 3980.00 raised of $ 10000.00

Jamestown Trails will be a professionally designed and constructed trail system located on approximately 150 wooded acres in Southeast Ottawa County. The natural surface, machine-built trails will play through the unique terrain of the ravine on the site.
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Bike Park Improvement Project at Loveless Park - Home of B Street Jumps

A Project of Rogue Valley Mountain Bike Association

$ 5000.00 raised of $ 5000.00

Loveless Park could use some trail love. The trails and jumps built by neighborhood kids in Grants Pass decades ago have worn away. The Loveless Park trails improvement project will ensure the B Street Jumps are there for future generations and provide new, progressive trails for riders of all skill levels.
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O'Brien Watershed Trail Project

A Project of SORBA Tri-Cities

$ 6780.00 raised of $ 10000.00

SORBA Tri-Cities, in partnership with the town of Erwin and Unicoi County, is in the process of funding the construction of nearly 11 miles of mountain bike-specific and shared-use trails in the town of Erwin. The trail system was developed by IMBA with assistance from several local partners and will include trails for riders of all abilities.
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Fort George Connector Trail Crib Wall

A Project of New York City Mountain Bike Association

$ 4081.00 raised of $ 3000.00

The New York City Mountain Biking Association (NYCMTB) is seeking funds to host seminars on crib wall construction so volunteers can build a needed crib wall for the Fort George Connection Trail. Funding will also be used to acquire additional materials for the crib wall.
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Dedham School Singletrack Trail Design & Construction

A Project of Eastern Maine Cycling Club

$ 2100.00 raised of $ 5400.00

The Eastern Maine Cycling Club is working with the town of Dedham to improve a singletrack trail system that increases diversity in trail options, especially for beginning riders. This purpose-built trail will be used by kids and shared with the community. We have excellent sloped terrain to work with and some very interesting features to incorporate.
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“The Pit” Kids’ Bike Skills Area and Trail

A Project of Weatherford Mountain Bike Club

$ 8705.00 raised of $ 6000.00

The Weatherford Mountain Bike Club is raising funds to support the construction and maintenance of a kids’ mountain bike skills area and trail located at the downtown Aledo Community Center.
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Central New Mexico Trail Development and Stewardship - Phase 1

A Project of Albuquerque Mountain Bike Association

$ 2075.00 raised of $ 5000.00

The Albuquerque Mountain Bike Association is launching Phase 1 of their trails project, building shared-use trails for mountain biking, hiking, nordic skiing, and other users on the Eastern side of the Sandia Mountains. Increased volume and frequency of users on New Mexico’s rich public lands has caused a backlog in trail development and maintenance projects. AMBA is seeking funding for tools and supplies to support these trail projects in partnership with federal and state agencies.
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Olmos Basin Park Trail System Signage Project

A Project of South Texas Off Road Mountain-Bikers

$ 6000.00 raised of $ 6000.00

The Olmos Basin Park trail system consists of 8 miles of trails used by hikers, runners, and mountain bikers located in an 1,100-acre park in the San Antonio urban core. Currently, there is no wayfinding or educational signage in the park, and the South Texas Off Road Mountain Bikers would like to add signage to provide a safer and more enjoyable experience for trail users.
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Auburn Bike Park

A Project of Folsom Auburn Trail Riders Action Coalition

$ 2180.00 raised of $ 4000.00

The Folsom Auburn Trail Riders Action Coalition plans to add features to a bike skills trail at the Auburn Bike Park to help riders practice and improve their riding skills. The skills loop, with line options for riders of different abilities, will add another fun component to the popular outdoor recreation space.
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Rhythm Series Freestyle Dirt Jumps

A Project of Blue Ridge Off-Road Cyclists

$ 3100.00 raised of $ 5000.00

The Blue Ridge Off-Road Cyclists plan to add some fun dirt jumps to the Blacksburg Rotary Mountain Biking Skills Park. The project will create some fresh features at the park, attracting new visitors and helping riders improve their skills.
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Rattling Creek EPIC Trail System expansion

A Project of Susquehanna Area Mountain Bike Association

$ 2700.00 raised of $ 15000.00

SAMBA’s vision for the expansion would provide access to trails from local towns, connectivity to the Lykens Valley Rail Trail and double current trail mileage by establishing trail connections for future trail development within Weiser State Forest.
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Sterling Forest State Park

A Project of Palisades MTB

$ 6495.00 raised of $ 10000.00

Palisades MTB (PMTB) will be adding 5 miles of new, professionally-built, bike-optimized trail in Sterling Forest State Park, NY. This project is the next step in the journey to having one of the best riding experiences in the area right at Sterling Forest.
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Mount Airy Skills Park & Flow Trails

A Project of Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance

$ 2935.00 raised of $ 10000.00

Let's get more people outside and on bikes! The Mount Airy Skills Park & Flow Trails will remove common barriers to entry into recreation spaces such as skill, fitness, and travel. The proposed course is a controlled environment near an urban center, a location that will better serve a larger part of the greater Cincinnati population.
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Shore Acres Bike Park

A Project of Michigan's Edge Mountain Biking Association 

$ 2250.00 raised of $ 5000.00

Let's bring the Shore Acres Bike Park back to glory! It started as a BMX track many moons ago, was reshaped into jump lines a decade ago, and now needs an overhaul! We're going to start by putting in a dual-lane pump track that will be awesome for racing, finding lines, and fun for all. The pump track will be an excellent addition to existing infrastructure and youth bike programs in the area.
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Huck Finn Park

A Project of Cloud City Wheelers

$ 11650.00 raised of $ 10000.00

Centrally located in the Highest City in North America, Leadville Colorado's Huck Finn Park will be a premier wheeled sport facility. It will be designed around a paved pump track that will serve not only cyclists but also other human-powered wheeled sports enthusiasts. This park will complement the neighboring skate park, providing beginner-friendly features and skills progression which the existing skate park lacks.
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Skyline Trail Revitalization Project

A Project of Berks Area Mountain Biking Association

$ 2530.00 raised of $ 11000.00

Skyline (formerly known as "A-Line") is a popular gravity trail located at Mount Penn Preserve in Berks County, PA. It attracts many locals as well as visitors from out of the county. This project will enhance rider satisfaction, address risk issues, allow maintenance, and add berms to this well-loved trail.
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Oak Mountain State Park Skills Area Design

A Project of Birmingham Urban Mountain Pedalers

$ 10734.00 raised of $ 10000.00

Despite the high popularity of mountain biking in the Birmingham metro, and a population of over a million, there is currently no publicly accessible mountain bike skills area. We are raising funds to hire Progressive Trail Design to design a skills area at Oak Mountain State Park. The new park will include often-requested features such as progressive drops and tabletop jumps.
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Steelville MTB Collective Local Access Outreach Program

A Project of Steelville MTB Collective

$ 2400.00 raised of $ 4000.00

In 2021, all of our efforts were focused on building the Steelville Bike Park. Now that we have a brand new, world-class trail system in our backyard, we want to focus on educating new riders, starting a local NICA team, and making the trails more accessible. This project will allow us to develop a skills section in the park that will be used for educational sessions.
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Victor Bike Park Revival

A Project of Mountain Bike the Tetons

$ 6060.15 raised of $ 6000.00

The Victor Bike Park Revival project is a complete reconstruction of the community bike park to make it more functional, lower risk, and provide better learning progression for the growing population of adult, youth, and adaptive riders. Funds raised will help triple the size of the park, build progressive jump lines, and include a skills loop. Victor Bike Park will be a perfect complement to the local NICA program, existing youth bike programs, and the growing population of adaptive cyclists and mountain bike-curious members of the local community.
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Wildwood Park - Green Trails for All!

A Project of Shoals MTB

$ 5000.00 raised of $ 5000.00

This project will target the development of green trails at Wildwood Park, in downtown Florence, Alabama. This city park already has 6 miles of intermediate to advanced trails within it, but there are not many opportunities for beginners to enjoy this amazing resource. We want to change that.
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Nagel Middle School Bike Park

A Project of Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance

$ 3060.00 raised of $ 5000.00

Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance (CORA) is raising funds to construct a mountain bike skills park in the Nagel Middle School campus. Nagel supports Ohio’s first Riding for Focus program.
The skills park will provide an area for students to relieve stress, anxiety, and depression while improving their social and emotional health. The facilities and trail system will allow students to develop bike skills and challenge themselves physically and mentally. The park will also be open to the public outside school hours and serve as a practice site for the local NICA team.
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Sapwi Flow Trail

A Project of Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association

$ 3451.00 raised of $ 5000.00

The Sapwi Flow Trail Project is an extension of the Sapwi Bike Park, a partnership between Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association (CORBA) and Conejo Recreation and Park District (CRPD). The sense of community is strong at Sapwi, a welcoming space for local riders and visitors from outside the area.

This bike skills park is open to the public and free for everyone. The design accommodates all levels of rider so this dirt playground is enjoyed by kids, beginners, families, and experts. The Sapwi Flow Trail will expand this effort with a unidirectional, bike-only trail that rolls from the middle terrace following the naturally sloping terrain down to the bike park area. It will be the first of its kind in the Conejo Valley and will provide riders an opportunity to work on bike handling skills. The Sapwi Flow Trail will be great for beginners and have some optional features for more advanced riders. There is a shaded spectator area for families to hang out, picnic, watch the fun, and cheer on riders.

Sapwi Bike Park has had a positive impact on local trails. It has greatly reduced the incidence of illegal trail modifications, and no longer sees impromptu jumps appearing on local trails. The addition of a flow trail will expand and enhance the Sapwi Bike Park experience for everyone and help get more kids on bikes!
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Trails at Wiggins Community Center

A Project of Northeast Alabama Biking Association

$ 6500.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The Northeast Alabama Biking Association (NEABA) trail crew wants to expand the trails at Wiggins Community Center. The community center hosts after-school and summer biking programs that help local kids learn skills and gain confidence on a bicycle. The long-range goal is to foster grassroots growth for the City of Anniston NICA team.
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Pine Knob Mountain Bike Park

A Project of Ozark Off Road Cyclists

$ 2695.00 raised of $ 5000.00

Pine Knob Mountain Bike Park is the Ozark Off Road Cyclists’ (OORC) response to community demand for less intimidating beginner and, for those looking to advance their skills, rad jumps, exciting features, and progressive trails.

Pine Knob will be a shared use park that provides access to a wooded city park within the city of Russellville, Arkansas. This park is located near a low-income residential district of Russellville. Currently this city park is unmaintained, and the Pine Knob project will revitalize the park and provide the area residents with access to recreation that is close to home. In addition to mountain biking, this park will encourage the local community to visit the park via the walk-in access point to experience a scenic vista view of the city, enjoy casual walking paths among the large pine trees, and allow visitors a place to relax and embrace nature. To enhance the overall experience of the park, the signs will help guide visitors throughout the park.
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Diversity in Mountain Biking Clinics

A Project of Access4Bikes Foundation

$ 3250.00 raised of $ 8500.00

Access4Bikes is working on growing the mountain biking community by offering free clinics to diverse and underprivileged communities in Marin County. Building on past successful clinics, the organization is doing targeted outreach to help riders of different backgrounds develop their mountain biking skills and understand why their voice matters in advocacy.
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Fort Duffield Expansion

A Project of Kentucky Mountain Bike Association - Louisville

$ 5781.00 raised of $ 10000.00

Fort Duffield has a little bit of everything—punchy climbs, steep descents, dirt jumps, scenic views, and a little bit of history. This former Civil War fort right by the Ohio and Salt Rivers has the potential to attract riders from all over the Midwest, spur economic growth in the town of West Point, and provide progression for riders looking to advance their skills.

The Kentucky Mountain Bike Association (KyMBA) Louisville is raising funds to expand the Fort Duffield trail system by building new trails, adding and maintaining features, and reopening one section of the system.
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CAMTB Pathways to Leadership Project (PTLP)

A Project of California Mountain Biking Coalition

$ 1225.00 raised of $ 7500.00

California Mountain Biking Coalition (CAMTB) is working on statewide awareness and recruiting campaign to significantly increase diversity on the board of directors of California trail advocacy organizations. The Pathways to Leadership Project (PTLP )aims to ensure that the needs and perspectives of underrepresented riders in mountain biking are recognized and prioritized in outdoor advocacy.

Support of this program will:
- Expand the representation of Women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ+ riders, and riders with disabilities, on the Boards of 30 trail advocacy organizations;
- Ensure that the needs and perspectives of Women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ+ riders, and riders with disabilities, are recognized and prioritized in outdoor advocacy; and
- Expand awareness of leadership opportunities in Outdoor Advocacy.
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Restoring the Historic Buckhorn Trail

A Project of Sage Trail Alliance

$ 6016.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The Buckhorn Trail in the Los Padres National Forest was once an IMBA EPIC trail. However, since multiple forest fires and heavy rains destroyed its tread in 2007, the trail has not been usable. Sage Trail Alliance, in partnership with the US Forest Service, is working to restore this trail.
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A Project of More Kids On Bikes

$ 10005.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The Phoenixville Bike Park is a free-to-use, easily accessible community park for mountain bikers of all ages and skill levels. The planned facilities will provide a place for riders to develop their skills on outdoor trail progressions and features. The bike park will be professionally built, and funds raised from Dig In will be used to fund construction.
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Midland City Forest Flow Trail and Skills Park

A Project of Central Michigan Mountain Bike Association

$ 8226.28 raised of $ 10000.00

New flow trails are coming to Midland Michigan!
Central Michigan Mountain Bike Association is raising funds for the design of sustainable, bike-optimized trails that will be rich with features including berms, drops, and tabletops. The trail will be low-risk, progressive, and accessible by adaptive mountain bikes.
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Sugar Hollow Beginner Trail

A Project of SORBA Tri-Cities

$ 5675.00 raised of $ 15000.00

The Sugar Hollow trail system is an existing system that is popular with mountain bikers but remains inaccessible to beginners because it lacks true green trails. Beginner trails are an important piece of a system that help create a growing love of mountain biking and plant the seed for stewardship, health, and a love of the outdoors.
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Chaparral Ridge Trail Construction

A Project of Folsom Auburn Trail Riders Action Coalition

$ 15354.00 raised of $ 15000.00

Chaparral Ridge is a spectacularly scenic ridge looking down the South Fork of the American River Valley. The area is popular among mountain bikers but most of the riding options are out-and-back trails.
Folsom Auburn Trail Riders Action Coalition (FATRAC) is raising funds for professionals to design and build the Chaparral Ridge Trail. Adding this trail would provide more challenging ride experiences, and significantly greater connectivity and loop options in this popular zone of El Dorado County. Leveraging volunteer “Dig Days” will have significant community impact by providing instruction, engagement and appreciation for local trail organizations and trail systems.
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A Project of Peak to Peak Endurance

$ 6215.00 raised of $ 12000.00

Every child should have the opportunity to be on trails and enjoy the outdoors.
Nederland Elementary has about 35% of its students on free or reduced lunch. Even if most families do not qualify for free or reduced lunch, outdoor equipment remains expensive and inaccessible to many Nederland families.
Peak to Peak Endurance aims to lower the barrier of entry to mountain biking for youth in Nederland, Colorado by providing free equipment and instruction. Dig In funds raised will go directly to the purchase, maintenance, and secure storage of bikes and equipment. The organization has partnered with Singletrack Mountain Bike Adventures and their certified coaches to lead the in-school programs and provide appropriate level instruction. They have also partnered with local bike shops to purchase equipment wholesale, and the Town of Nederland for safe and secure bicycle storage.
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