Chapter and Supporting Organization Benefits
CLIF Bar, another one of IMBA's top corporate members, will provide tasty CLIF Bars without charge to fuel your club trailwork sessions. Here's the deal: request online, at least, two weeks in advance of your trail project, tell us your organization and how many volunteers you are expecting, and if possible, mention CLIF Bar's donation in your trailwork flyer or in your club newsletter. Note: this offer is limited, so please request bars only for your largest trailwork events.
IMBA supports and assists more than 600 Supporting Organizations on various issues. IMBA's full-time professional advocacy team is available to help with timely expert advice when trails in your area are threatened for closure. IMBA staff can also answer questions about fundraising, legal issues (including liability), and non-profit financial regulations.
Establishing a volunteer patrol in your area is often a great solution when user conflicts threaten mountain bike access. The NMBP promotes and supports local mountain bike patrollers and groups that inform, assist and educate mountain bikers and other trail users.
Organizations can save $1,300 - $3,300 off the manufacturer's suggested retail price when leasing or purchasing a new Subaru, registered, titled and insured in the organization's name.
IMBA and Primal Wear have created an apparel program that not only streamlines the order process for IMBA chapters, but also channels donations directly back to your organization. Learn more here.
IMBA partner Headsweats offers Chapters and Supporting Organizations wholesale pricing on performance beanies, hats and visors printed with your organization's logo. Order Headsweats for $11 each (plus shipping) and every item sold generates a $1 donation to IMBA's Trail Building Fund. For details call Headsweats for details at (877) 437-9328 ext 103.