2006 IMBA Summit/World Mountain Bike Conference
2006 IMBA Summit/World Mountain Bike Conference program (pdf file 1.7 MB)
- Building Sustainable Trails
- -- Master builders offer key insights on trail design.
- Building Trails in Urban Areas
- -- Tips from Dutch, Canadian and U.S. experts.
- Communities and Trails: Making the Connection
- -- Learn what's working in Flagstaff, AZ and Park City, UT.
- Creating Strong Partnerships for Trails
- -- Partnerships require certain kinds of communication.
- Designing a Risk Management Program for Mountain Biking
- -- Based on material found in IMBA's forthcoming book, "Managing Mountain Biking".
- Developing Bike Skills Parks
- -- How to satisfy all levels of riders.
- How to Get More Industry Involvement in Cycling Advocacy
- -- How advocates can do a better job of connecting with industry leaders.
- Introduction to Risk Management and Liability for Mountain Biking
- -- Liability and risk management are some of the most daunting topics faced by trail managers today.
- Managing Risk With Trail Design
- -- Principles of trail design, construction techniques and management strategies for managing risk.
- Marketing for Mountain Bike Tourism
- -- How communities can increase their appeal to mountain bikers.
- Reaching Out To Women Riders
- -- Five tips for bringing women into the sport.
- Recreation and Conservation
- -- Mutual benefits of the partnership model.
- Recreational Trail Use and Wildlife Movement
- -- Abstract on wildlife movement in the Livingstone River Area, SW Alberta.
- Successful Ski Resorts: Maximize Your Summer Season
- -- Six steps in the evolution of a mountain bike resort.
- Tactics for Dealing With Unauthorized Trails
- -- Land managers and trail advocates discuss an important issue.
- Tips for Increasing Political Acumen
- -- Tips will help you and your organization become more politically savvy.
- Trailbuilding Tips for Sensitive Areas
- -- Archaeological sites and sensitive ecosystems deserve high standards of care.
- Using Technology for the Management of Trails
- -- The advent of Geographical Information System (GIS) mapping is good news for trail advocates