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Dig In Application

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 is eligible for matching funds through Dig In, so the more money that is raised, the more money can be allocated toward the project. Make a difference today by contributing to a Dig In project.

Current Projects
Archived Projects
MTB Skills Park at Dillon State Park


A Project of Appalachia Outdoor Adventurers

$ 1000.00 raised of $ 18475.00

Appalachia Outdoor Adventures has identified a need for new and novice riders to be able to build up their technical riding skills. Funding for a local skills park is needed so instructor led and casual skill building sessions can occur in a safe and easily accessible location.
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Bogue Chitto State Park MTB park phase I


A Project of North Shore Off-Road Bicycling

$ 1265.00 raised of $ 10000.00

A professional trail builder has been awarded to develop a master plan for, and build additional miles in this State Park trail system. The funding will be used to contract with the builder to make improvements to the existing 5 miles of trail to maximize mileage and sustainability.
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Blue Marsh Trails Restoration Project (BMTR Project)


A Project of Berks Area Mountain Biking Association

$ 1355.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The BMTR Project will fully advocate for outdoor recreation, specifically- the sport of mountain biking, ensure diverse and inclusive participation from all riders and interested persons regardless of age or ability, and will ultimately serve to benefit the entire community.
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Great Pond Mountain Improved Climbing Trail, Kiosk & Tools


A Project of Eastern Maine Cycling Club

$ 685.00 raised of $ 6600.00

We built Capstone Trail last year to rave reviews by riders and now we want a better climb. We have struck hero dirt and this new climb will be real fine! This modern climbing trail will be a total of .9 miles and be a high profile trail in the Wildlands of Great Pond Mountain.
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Blackburg Bike Park "Rock Garden Trail"


A Project of Blue Ridge Off-Road Cyclists

$ 1000.00 raised of $ 2000.00

Blue Ridge Off-Road Cyclists is partnering with the town of Blacksburg to help build the Rock Garden Trail. This will be a progressive rock garden for all levels of riders.
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Quarry Trail System Signage Project


A Project of Fredericksburg Trails Alliance

$ 1250.00 raised of $ 5500.00

The Quarry Trail System, consists of numerous intersecting trails along the Rappahannock River and parallel ridgeline. It is a very popular trail system but the consistent complaint is that there is no signage and it is easy to get lost. This project will provide signage for a safer experience.
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Pearsall Park Trail Design


A Project of South Texas Off Road Mountain-Bikers

$ 2235.00 raised of $ 7000.00

One thing that the COVID-19 public health crisis has shown us is that there is a tremendous demand for safe and accessible trails for exercising and exploring the outdoors. This project will fund the professional design of a shared use trail system and flow trail in a 500 acre park located in the southwest part of San Antonio where there is a disproportionate lack of these types of trails. We…
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Rich Mountain WMA - Cartecay Tract Reroutes


A Project of North Georgia Mountain Bike Association

$ 200.00 raised of $ 3000.00

We are rebuilding three miles of trail in the Rich Mountain Wildlife Management Area that were damaged by a controlled burn. This trail system serves as a NICA training facility for our local NICA teams and is extremely popular with other user groups.
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Bristol TN/VA Public Bike Workstations


A Project of SORBA Tri-Cities

$ 545.00 raised of $ 6000.00

We want to install public workstations at our local trails - Sugar Hollow Park on the VA side, Steele Creek Park and South Holston Multi-Use Trails on the TN side, as well as our rails-to-trails in progress, the Mendota Trail - to provide the necessary tools to keep bikes safe and working well.
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Breathing Life Back into Legacy Trails In Central Wisconsin


A Project of Central Wisconsin Off-Road Cycling Coalition

$ 2150.00 raised of $ 5000.00

In 2020, the Central Wisconsin Offroad Cycling Coalition (CWOCC), the local IMBA chapter is embarking on an extensive trail improvement project at Nine Mile County Forest Recreation Area, Central Wisconsin's legacy trail system for over 25 years.
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Trail Creek Bridge


A Project of Mountain Bike the Tetons

$ 350.00 raised of $ 10000.00

The project in focus is the construction of a 60' bridge across Trail Creek within the Southern Valley Recreation Project site in Victor, Idaho, and will connect new trails to existing trails. The project has been partially funded through an RTP grant and a number of small private donations. Dig In funds will help pay for the cost of bridge materials.
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Mount Airy Forest Skills Park & Trails


A Project of Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance

$ 1575.00 raised of $ 200000.00

CORA is working with Cincinnati Parks on developing the Mount Airy Forest Skills Park and Trails. This project will provide a low-risk and easily accessible learning environment for kids on bikes. The park will play a key role in helping develop the programming necessary to encourage kids to ride and develop their skills.
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Patuxent River State Park Trail Project


A Project of Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts

$ 1600.00 raised of $ 10000.00

MORE is helping fund phase I construction of 7 miles of sustainable, natural surface multi-use trail at Patuxent River State Park managed by Maryland Park Service/Department of Natural Resources. This is due in part to limits on volunteer work due to COVID 19 but will lead to more contracted work.
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Western Heritage Park Trail (WHiP Trail)


A Project of Weatherford Mountain Bike Club

$ 3795.00 raised of $ 7000.00

Funding will support the purchase of tools for maintenance crews and signs for the Western Heritage Park Trail in Mineral Wells, TX. At approximately 4.35 miles, the soft-surface nature trail benefits the mountain biking, hiking and trail running communities of Mineral Wells and the Palo Pinto County region.
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Narrowback Trail Connection


A Project of Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition

$ 1200.00 raised of $ 3000.00

Narrrowback Mountain is one of the most popular places to ride in the GW National Forest. The Coalition has received a Recreational Trails Program grant through the Virginia DCR to construct three miles of new trail to connect the Narrowback Tower Trail with the newly constructed Wolf Ridge Parking lot. Funding will support the monetary match required for the grant.
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Walden Ridge Park Trail Construction Phase 1


A Project of SORBA Chattanooga

$ 12305.00 raised of $ 25000.00

Located less than 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, TN; the 200 acre Walden Ridge Park will offer our community 8 to 12 miles of gravity oriented MTB trails with 800 feet of elevation loss, for beginner to expert riders. It will also boast a rock climbing zone and hiking trails.
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Rattling Creek Trail System expansion


A Project of Susquehanna Area Mountain Bike Association

$ 2035.00 raised of $ 4000.00

SAMBA’s vision for the expansion would provide additional access to the Rattling Creek Epic from surrounding towns, connectivity to the Lykens Valley Rail Trail and double current trail mileage by establishing trail connections that support future trail development within Weiser State Forest.
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Pine Hill Park Trail Build Out


A Project of Pine Hill Partnership

$ 1690.00 raised of $ 40000.00

Due to COVID-19, the Pine Hill Partnership needs to replace approximately 2,500 lost volunteer hours to complete the Pine Hill Park Trail project. The plan is to address the backlog of trail maintenance and new trail development by hiring the VT Youth Conservation Corp.
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Brundage Mountain to Bear Basin Trail Phase 2


A Project of Central Idaho Mountain Bike Association

$ 1200.00 raised of $ 192000.00

Helping fund the 3-mile second phase trail of an 8-mile project that will connect the existing USFS Bear Basin Trail system, a stacked loop non-motorized trail system just west of McCall, ID to the variety of lift accessible and cross country trails at Brundage Mountain Resort.
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Bridges and Berms Fundraiser


A Project of Tri-County Mountain Bike Association

$ 1706.00 raised of $ 7000.00

The Ridgeland Trails were constructed in 2007 with bridges and berms built with treated pine that have begun to deteriorate. Funding is needed to rebuild these features.
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