Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day
IMBA Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day (TKMBD) is an annual event that seeks to introduce the joy of mountain biking to the next generation. Created in 2004 in honor of Jack Doub, and recognized by the U.S. Congress, TKMBD is officially celebrated every year on the first Saturday in October. More than 100,000 youth have discovered and celebrated the joy of pedaling two wheels on dirt at TKMBD events, and many have gone on to become passionate riders, volunteer trail advocates and even high school mountain bike racers.
TKMBD events can be hosted by almost anyone in any country. Participating groups include IMBA chapters and affiliated mountain bike clubs, community organizations, scouting groups, youth programs, schools and others. Or, gather your family, friends and coworkers to host your own, local ride. Every #mountainbiker is invited to participate!
In late summer 2018, we will accept registrations of local events. Add yours to the map to help riders in your community find you.
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Teen Trail Corps
The Teen Trail Corps is a strategic partnership between the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) and IMBA to directly incorporate high school student athletes in tomorrow’s future of trail stewardship.
Teen Trail Corps was inspired by the two organizations prior to the 2014 IMBA World Summit, where four student athletes from three NICA Leagues attended the summit and hatched the idea for the program. The mission sees young adults leading a movement encouraging and promoting trail advocacy, land stewardship and courteous and respectful use of trails. Teen Trail Corps core values help to guide all efforts, interactions and decisions to always do the right thing on the trail to help improve the perception of mountain bikers for generations.Get engaged