Every mountain biker has the power to help shape the future of our sport. Here are a few easy things you can do to help.
It's all about respect — respect for the land and the experiences of other trail users. Stay on the trail and pass other trail users carefully. Follow IMBA's simple Rules of the Trail.
You belong with IMBA! Join us today and help support effective grassroots efforts to improve mountain biking aound the globe and in your backyard.
Join Your Local Club
The work of local and regional mountain bike clubs is essential in keeping trails open for mountain biking. Most clubs organize regular rides, trailwork sessions and social events. By joining your local club, you'll support grassroots mountain bike advocacy, meet other riders, and learn about great trails to ride that are close to home.
Volunteer for Trailwork
Trailwork is sweat equity. Land managers and government agencies appreciate reliable, competent volunteers. In the last five years, IMBA members have volunteered nearly one million hours of their time to build new trails and improve existing paths. Trailwork is fun, rewarding, a great workout and it helps assure continuing trail access for our sport. Find IMBA events near you!
IMBA Canada posts frequent news releases on our site that provide action steps for individuals who want to get involved. To stay connected with the key issues affecting mountain biking, keep your contact information up to date and visit our website regularly.
Make a Donation
IMBA Canada Annual Fund
IMBA is celebrating 25 years of building and protecting trails in 2013. Help us shape the future of mountain biking by donating to IMBA Canada's 2012 Annual Fund. Donations of $40 or more earn a free 2013 IMBA calendar.
Give $100 or more to receive an IMBA t-shirt, or $250 or more to earn a free IMBA jersey. Plus all donations earn 20 percent off sweet gear and gadgets at the IMBA Canada store.
Celebrating 25 years
2013 is IMBA's Silver Anniversary. That's 25 years of building trails and protecting your right to ride them.