clubs

Mar 10, 2013, 11:36 pm
Ontario
membership | GORBA | Clubs

What a great night with my ol’ crew in Guelph! It never ceases to amaze me that mountain bikers are such a festive bunch, especially when they’re amongst good friends and fellow riders.

Vice President of GORBA, Tim Crosby, going through the agenda.

What were they celebrating at GORBA’s Annual General Meeting?  Only 20 years of mountain bike advocacy and a long list of successes!

Mar 6, 2013, 10:53 pm

3...2...1...the doors open and IMBA Canada Staff are ready to go!

It’s the annual hussle and bussle of this event that spells springtime for me, one because we get the opportunity to see a great number of likeminded people, the other, because we are passionate about riding bikes and like to see if we can score a few last minute deals before the upcoming season.

Nov 15, 2011, 11:25 am

In light of some technical problems with imbacanada.com over the past weekend, we've decided to extend the 2012 Trail Care Crew application until Monday, November 21st.

If you've applied already, please double check the list below to verify that we've received your application.

If you have questions about the Trail Care Crew, or your application, please contact me: Rachael.raven[at]imba.com, or call at (705) 340-5234.

Nov 10, 2011, 10:46 am

Our Trail Care Crew travels across the country, meeting with clubs like yours each weekend, providing free training on trail building, and having an awesome time along the way.

Has you club applied to host the Trail Care Crew in 2012 yet?

Visits are free for IMBA member clubs and shops (club membership costs only $50). But hurry, the deadline for online applications is Tuesday, November 15th at Midnight EST.

Oct 28, 2011, 8:15 pm
Ontario

I read a lot of mountain bike magazines. In the June issue of Mountain Bike Rider (a UK publication) the editorial (pg 61) by Andy Waterman was about vigilantism in erecting trail blockades. He was victim to one recently and started to reflect on the why it is that mountain bikers in general can’t seem to get (and stay) organized. If this happened on a trail frequented by equestrians or ATVer or snowmobiler it would have quickly be dealt with through official means. Why can’t we seem to do this?

Nov 4, 2010, 1:00 am
Clubs

To get a picture of what our affiliated clubs are doing, we'd like to hear from you! Share your club's greatest success story from 2010-- a Trail Care Crew visit, a great piece of trail constructed or rerouted, a membership campaign or fundraiser, whatever!

With this information, we can let our partners know what mountain bikers are doing in their communities, and we can share the good news with other Canadian clubs.

It's simple:

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