Second edition of IMBA youth publication now available
With the help of a generous grant from Shimano, IMBA has released the second edition of a youth-oriented print publication. Written for middle-school through high-school aged readers — as well as their mountain bike coaches and adult ride leaders — IMBA Trail News Youth Edition is available for free online.
The full-color, glossy magazine provides 12 pages loaded with great photos, stories of volunteerism, and news from IMBA's 2012 Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day. Readers will find tips on developing their skills at bike parks, read about scouting projects that involve singletrack, and hopefully be inspired by the actions of other young riders.
Free copies will also be distributed to IMBA's many partners that offer youth-oriented programs. They include:
- National Interscholastic Cycling Association
- The North Face Planet Explore and Explore Fund
- Outdoor Alliance for Kids
- Outdoor Nation
- Trips for Kids
In upcoming days you will also be able to order 15 print copies for just $5 on IMBA Canada's online store.
For Immediate Release 11-28-12
Contact Mark Eller
IMBA U.S. Communications Director
303-545-9011 ext. 115
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