2015 spring Trail Care Crew schedule released

Mark your calendars! IMBA Canada has finalized the schedule for the Trail Care Crew for the spring period of events. The Crew will help to bring sustainable trail knowedge to partner organizations and IMBA Canada clubs primarily in eastern Canada for the spring session of events. Visits in western Canada are still being planned and will take place during the fall.

The spring schedule is as follows:

May 15 - May 20 International Trails Symposium
May 21 - May 24 Durham Mountain Biking Association
May 28 - May 31 Wild Bettys
June 3 - 5 Kouchibouguac National Park
June 9 - 12 Bruce Peninsula National Park
June 16 - 19 Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area

Stay up to date on the TCC Schedule at www.imbacanada.com/tcc/schedule

About the Trail Care Crew

Since 2010 the Canadian Trail Care Crew program has supported outdoor recreation communities by providing education on trail building and volunteer management, training local volunteer groups to work more effectively with land managers, and by representing mountain bikers’ interests to local and national decision-makers.

The IMBA Canada Trail Care Crew is made possible by support from its Program Partners: Parks Canada, Subaru Canada, and Shimano Canada. Without the support and leadership of these organizations the Trail Care Crew program would not be possible. Additional program support is being provided by Trek Bicycles.

The goals of the program are to inspire high quality trail projects, increase stewardship of Canada’s public lands, promote of Canada’s natural heritage sites, and engage the mountain bike and trails communities.

About IMBA Canada

The International Mountain Bicycling Association (Canada) is a non‐profit association whose mission is to create, enhance, and preserve great trail experiences for mountain bikers throughout Canada. Since 1988, IMBA has been bringing out the best in mountain biking worldwide by encouraging low‐impact riding, volunteer trailwork participation, cooperation among different trail user groups, grassroots advocacy and innovative trail management solutions. IMBA’s Canadian office has been up and running since 2004. www.imbacanada.com


For more information, please contact:

AJ Strawson
IMBA Canada Field Program Manager
1-855-255-4095 ext. 107