IMBA Awards Mountain Bike Groups
Winners to receive outdoor stewardship toolkits...
CLIF Bar and IMBA Award $3,000 in Grants
Six IMBA clubs receive grants...
Bike Trails - Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
Oregon's Columbia River Gorge may lose up to 170 miles of bike trails...
North Dakota Demo Trail a Success
The Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew helps build a textbook piece of the Lewis and Clark Trail
NEMBA Buys Land for Protection and Recreation
Thanks to corporate and private supporters, NEMBA now owns this popular riding area.
Help Save Mountain Biking in Fruita, Colorado
Your help is needed to save this epic area.
IMBA Leaders Talk With President Bush
IMBA goes straight to the top to fight for access to national parks.
Partnership Leads to First Legal Metro New Orleans Singletrack
Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew Teams with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Albuquerque Trail Update: Possible Otero Canyon Trail Closure
20 Popular Riding Areas California Mountain Bikers Could Lose to Wilderness
Is your favorite trail on the list?
Clif Bar Inc. Boosts IMBA Support
Funds to support a variety of conservation projects
SRAM & Giant team up to support Sprockids
Joining Ice Cream titain, Ben & Jerry's, IMBA youth program to benefit
Idaho Retains Top Ranking in IMBA Mountain Bike Report Card
If Idaho is #1, where does your state rank and what are you doing to help?
How Racers Can Help the Sport of Mountain Biking
Racing and advocacy DO mix with the right approach.
James Peak Wilderness Bill Threatens Bicycle Access
Rolling Grade Dips - Erosion Control Basics
IMBA offers tips and techniques to improving trail building
IMBA Announces 2001 Epic Rides
From coast to coast and across the heartland, 8 "Epics" from IMBA
California Bicycle Coalition Receives Grant from Bikes Belong
$10,000 to promote "safe routes to school" bill
IMBA Fires Back!
Mountain bikers concerns are addressed in letter to govt. by IMBA's honcho.
MTB'ers Hurt by Federal Agencies Proposed Rules on Insurance
Don't lose your health insurance just because you're a mountain biker?
IMBA Hangs 10 in Hawaii
Land access in Hawaii takes a giant step forward.
The Voices of 10,000 Mountain Biker's Heard in D.C.!
The BLM is forced to re-examine their National Off-Highway Vehicle Management Strategy
Bikes Belong Coalition Makes Second Grant to Marin, CA Organization
Funding continues support of Marin County North-South Bicycle Freeway
Action Alert! Trails at risk!
The Bureou of Land Management's new plan threatens trail access. Your action is needed.
Would You Pay to Ride the Best Trails?
This past March IMBA came out against user fees. Do you agree?
Mammoth Cave National Park opens trails to mountain bikers
12 miles of trails now open to the MTB crowd
Working With Land Managers
You can't always get what you want, but if you try these steps, you might get what you need.
Land trust re-opens historic mountain bike route
$150K still needed to complete $2 million campaign
Mammoth Cave National Park opens to mountain bikers
Local club works to open 12 miles of trail
testing trail advocacy
testing trail advocacy
Patagonia, RockShox Sponsor IMBA Epics
Four demanding rides have been designated IMBA Epics.
Write to support LWCF revitalization
Show your support for the LWCF
President and Congress propose big increases in land purchase funding
A potential solution to many access issues is on the table.
How to Prevent Trail Closures
Learn how to prevent trail closures in your area. Keep your favorite trails open and learn to open previously closed trails.
Start a mountain bike club
Thinking of starting a mountain bike club in your area? Get some helpful pointers to make the process go smoothly.
The art of riding softly
Moving softly across the land means leaving no more than an echo. Whether you're afoot, astride a horse, on skis, or riding a mountain bike, the approach is the same. The medium changes but not the rules.
Horses and Bikes
A set of guide lines on how to act around man's original steed, the horse.
IMBA rules of the trail
Do your part to maintain trail access by observing the following rules of the trail, formulated by IMBA, the International Mountain Bicycling Association.
The 20-20-20 plan
IMBA's 20-20-20 plan is an opportunity to give back to the sport of mountain biking and to ensure it's future prosperity.