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 May 1st, 2023 – May 31st, 2023.
Restoring the Historic Buckhorn Trail
Midland City Forest Flow Trail and Skills Park
Central Michigan Mountain Bike Association…
Chaparral Ridge Trail Construction
Trail Creek Bridge
Mount Airy Forest Skills Park & Trails
Patuxent River State Park Trail Project
Western Heritage Park Trail (WHiP Trail)
Narrowback Trail Connection
Walden Ridge Park Trail Construction Phase 1
Rattling Creek Trail System expansion
Pine Hill Park Trail Build Out
Brundage Mountain to Bear Basin Trail Phase 2
Bridges and Berms Fundraiser
MTB Skills Park at Dillon State Park
Bogue Chitto State Park MTB park phase I
Blue Marsh Trails Restoration Project (BMTR Project)
Great Pond Mountain Improved Climbing Trail, Kiosk & Tools
Blackburg Bike Park "Rock Garden Trail"
Quarry Trail System Signage Project
Pearsall Park Trail Design
Rich Mountain WMA - Cartecay Tract Reroutes
Bristol TN/VA Public Bike Workstations
Breathing Life Back into Legacy Trails In Central Wisconsin
Explore Park Bike Park.
Ferretti Non-Motorized Trail System
Heyward Community Forest_Song Mountain Trail System
Chattahoochee Bend State Park
Dillon Mountain Bike Skills Park phase 2
Brookfield pump track and skills area
Mountain Bike Skills Progression Trail Project - Camden Snow Bowl
River to Ridge Trail Plan -Asheville, NC
Berkshire Bike Skills Park
CMMBA Trail Building and Maintenance Tools
Narrowback Trails Connection
Copper Creek Mountain Bike Park Phase 1
The Jamestown Trail
Bike Park Improvement Project at Loveless Park - Home of B Street Jumps
O'Brien Watershed Trail Project
Fort George Connector Trail Crib Wall
Dedham School Singletrack Trail Design & Construction
“The Pit” Kids’ Bike Skills Area and Trail
Central New Mexico Trail Development and Stewardship - Phase 1
Olmos Basin Park Trail System Signage Project
Auburn Bike Park
Rhythm Series Freestyle Dirt Jumps
Rattling Creek EPIC Trail System expansion
Sterling Forest State Park
Mount Airy Skills Park & Flow Trails
Shore Acres Bike Park
Huck Finn Park
Skyline Trail Revitalization Project
Oak Mountain State Park Skills Area Design
Steelville MTB Collective Local Access Outreach Program
Victor Bike Park Revival
Wildwood Park - Green Trails for All!
Nagel Middle School Bike Park
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.
Sapwi Flow Trail
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!
Trails at Wiggins Community Center
Pine Knob Mountain Bike Park
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.
Diversity in Mountain Biking Clinics
Fort Duffield Expansion
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.
CAMTB Pathways to Leadership Project (PTLP)
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.