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Singletrack Society


Great progress for mountain biking happens because of the team commitment, active work and generosity of mountain bikers united for a common purpose: creating, enhancing and protecting great places to ride mountain bikes.

You Belong

The Singletrack Society is a special group of leaders committed to this mission and the opportunities available today to create more trails closer to communities.

Singletrack Society members are from every part of the country reflecting every level of riding and trail advocacy experience. Together, members share ideas, advocate, benefit from the teamwork, and express their personal leadership and commitment to the mission through philanthropic generosity.


Give, today

Choose a level of engagement, or enter your preferred amount.


  •     Are consulted for ideas and advocacy support
  •     Commit leadership and tax-deductible gifts of $1,000, $2,500, $5,000, $10,000 or more to advance the IMBA mission. The society currently has individual donors above $100,000 and we welcome additional participation at that level
  •     Are a powerful collective voice amplifying the critical work of IMBA Government Affairs
  •     Strengthen IMBA's full range of advocacy, trail creation, community-building and educational initiatives
  •     Receive premium, limited-edition IMBA gear
  •     Receive insight and updates on projects and new initiatives
  •     Are recognized by the IMBA Board of Directors and executive leaders

Singletrack Society Partner Levels

  • $1,000 - $2,499         Partner            
  • $2,500 - $5,000         Patron           
  • $5,001 - $15,000       Benefactor      
  • $15,001 - $25,000     Leader            
  • $25,001 - $50,000     Pioneer           
  • $50,001 - $75,000     Legacy            
  • $75,001 - $100,000   Guardian       
  • $100,000 +                 Visionary       

Fun Riding Together

What’s most memorable to Singletrack Society members are the fun rides, special outings and social events hosted by IMBA and Society members at iconic locations across the country. The events build energy and camaraderie among mountain biking philanthropists and enlarges everyone’s understanding of the tremendous potential for all riders.

Save the date!

We're excited to open registration for two great events in 2024, our Summer Singletrack Society Gathering will be held in Bellingham, WA from June 21-23, more information and a registration link are available here. Our Fall Singletrack Society Gathering will be held in Chattanooga, TN from October 25-27, more information and a registration link are available here. You can count on great riding, led by experienced local guides, wonderful hospitality, and fun conversation about trail advocacy locally and nationally. We look forward to seeing you in Bellingham and Chattanooga, register soon!


"I joined the Singletrack Society a few years ago, and it has been an awesome experience!  I discovered a whole new world in mountain bike advocacy, and I learned how important – and rewarding – it is to be involved.  The Singletrack Society has introduced me to amazing new trails in places that I would probably never have ridden.  I have met people from all over the country, brought together by our shared love of mountain biking.  IMBA does so much to promote trail creation, community building, and education.  I am so inspired to be an advocate for mountain biking in my own community!" Stacey N.

We are here to help

Join this special group today and get to know everyone and have fun with us accomplishing great things for the riding that’s a big part of our lives.

To learn more, contact Executive Director Dave Wiens, 970-275-0485.

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A love of riding trails brought us together. Our passion for protecting and enhancing them keeps us together. Join us in supporting the future of mountain biking by joining IMBA today. Thanks, stay rad!

Meet our team
David Wiens

Executive Director


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