About IMBA Canada
Through political lobbying, the formation of national land management partnerships and grassroots leadership, IMBA is the voice of mountain bikers worldwide. Join and let your voice be heard.
Each year, IMBA’s members construct hundreds of kilometers of sustainable, fun singletrack and volunteer more than one million hours to improve trails or open new ones. Join IMBA Canada, grab a tool and volunteer.
IMBA is dedicated to protecting our public lands and enjoying them by mountain bike. Preserving the land and riding respectfully are ways to ensure that trails will be open to mountain bikers for years to come. Join IMBA Canada and explore wild places.
IMBA brings mountain bikers together to celebrate our sport. Passion for riding fuels our advocacy and trailbuilding efforts. We do it all for one reason: the ride. Grab your bike and join us.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (Canada) is a non-profit trail advocacy organization whose mission is to create, enhance, and preserve great trail experiences for mountain bikers throughout Canada. Located in Kitchener, ON, the IMBA Canada office is directed by Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew veteran, Lora Woolner, and staffed by trail advocates across the country.
Established in 2004, IMBA’s Canadian office seeks to develop the following for mountain biking in Canada: convenient access to appealing trails; trailbuilding expertise; a positive image; and political influence.
IMBA has been leading the global mountain bike movement since 1988. IMBA brings out the best in mountain biking by encouraging low impact riding, volunteer trailwork participation, cooperation among different trail user groups, and innovative trail management solutions.
IMBA's worldwide network includes 35,000 individual members, 750 clubs, 600 retailer shops, and 160 corporate members. IMBA members live in all Canadian provinces and in 30 other countries.
Visit our international page for more information on IMBA’s work outside of Canada.
Celebrating 25 years
2013 is IMBA's Silver Anniversary. That's 25 years of building trails and protecting your right to ride them.