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2013 ANNUAL REPORT

Feeling hoppy in North Dakota. Image by Hansi Johnson.

SPEAK. BUILD. RESPECT. RIDE.


FRIENDS AND FOES IMBA’S MISSION DRIVES US FORWARD

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MBA’s growth in the past quarter century has been remarkable. Starting from a small coalition of clubs in the Bay Area—focused on gaining access to singletrack in California State Parks—we have expanded into a global association. The vital thing to understand about this growth is that IMBA’s core mission — to “create, protect and enhance great mountain bike experiences” — is just as relevant and powerful today as it was 25 years ago. There is an undiminished need for IMBA’s education and advocacy work. Reflecting on the challenges that IMBA has faced in the past, and the ones that stand before us today, it is evident that mountain biking’s foes are the same ones we faced at the outset. They are not the ones that may first leap to mind, like misinformed land managers or outspoken opponents to bike access. Those foes are real, but IMBA has proven that they can be overcome. Instead, the biggest threats have always been inaction and lack of organization within our own ranks. Although mountain bikers cling to the mythology that we were all once dirtbag ne’er-do-wells living out of trucks and subsisting on peanut butter sandwiches, the current demographics reveal a very different picture. How many riders do you know with a stable of expensive bikes but limited interest in supporting trail access? The point is not to shake a chain-greased finger and attempt to shame anyone, but rather to ask what it is that IMBA can do to inspire more participation in our movement. Beyond the bicycling community, how deep is the need in our society today for healthy, sustainable recreation? If you are reading this essay you probably agree that mountain biking on well-designed trails offers almost unlimited recreational possibilities, without compromising conservation values or depleting natural resources. There are millions of people who ride bicycles but have not yet experienced the joy of a ride in the woods on flowing singletrack. Inspiring more people to try mountain biking can have powerful implications, for both human society and the natural world. If that sounds overblown, consider a natural disaster that occurred in IMBA’s home state of Colorado last fall. A thousand-year flood on the Front Range scoured every mountain, valley and drainage, leading to massive damage to infrastructure and the tragic loss of lives. Amidst the widespread devastation, the natural-surface singletrack trails that were designed in accordance

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with the principles of sustainability that IMBA has long championed held up very well. At first, that might sound relatively unimportant. But as communities returned to normalcy, and the bills for restoring damaged facilities climbed into the millions, the significance of these durable, enjoyable trails became clear. That experience offers real-world “proof of concept” for IMBA’s work. We know that for every mile of sustainable trail, there are hundreds more trail miles that could benefit from more attention. IMBA and its network of local groups, working in partnership with land managing agencies, have the knowledge and muscle power to improve trails. But do we have the proper organization — the organizational structure that will allow us to create widespread change? Last year was pivotal: A critical mass of over 150 IMBA chapters collectively contributed to a new structure for our association. Today, the chapter-based structure is yielding record numbers of members and engaged advocates. And, not inconsequentially, the chapter structure has also yielded record levels of revenue for IMBA to direct back to chapters, regions and local efforts. While non-chapter groups will continue to make significant contributions, we are seeing that the connections and services provided through the chapter program have created a powerful new dynamic to lead us forward. Thanks for reading, and for everything you do to support mountain biking and IMBA. See you on the trails!

— Mike Van Abel,

— Robert Winston,

IMBA Executive Director

IMBA Board of Directors Chairperson


2013 IMBA Annual Report

IMBA creates, preserves and enhances great mountain biking experiences BOARD OF DIRECTORS Elayna Caldwell (Chicago, IL), Vice Chair of the Board Mike Cachat (Ontario, CA) Chris Conroy (Golden, CO) Howard Fischer (Armonk, NY) Jim Grover (Matthews, NC) Kent McNeill (Bellevue, NE) Alden Philbrick (Alexandria, VA) Luther Propst (Tucson, AZ) Faryar Shirzad, Washington, D.C. David Treinis (Alta, WY) Robert Winston (Carlsbad, CA), Chair of the Board David Zimberoff (Chicago, IL) DEPARTMENT AND REGION DIRECTORS Jason Bertolacci, Colo./Wyo. Region Director, jason.bertolacci@imba.com Chris Bernhardt, Director of Consulting Services, chris.bernhardt@imba.com Dan Brillon, Finance Director, dan.brillon@imba.com Richard Cook, Development Director, rich.cook@imba.com Mark Eller, Communications Director, markeller@imba.com Jeremy Fancher, Interim Policy Director, jeremy.fancher@imba.com Hansi Johnson, Midwest Regional Director, hansi.johnson@imba.com Patrick Kell, Southwest Regional Director, Patrick.kell@imba.com Anna Laxague, Pacific Regional Director, anna.laxague@imba.com Frank Maguire, Mid-Atlantic Regional Director, frank.maguire@imba.com Kerri Salazar, Operations Director, kerri.salazar@imba.com (?) Tom Sauret, Southeast/SORBA Region Director, tom.sauret@imba.com Steve Schneider, South Central Region Director, steve.schneider@imba.com Mike Van Abel, Executive Director, mike@imba.com Tom Ward, N. Calif. Regional Director, tom.ward@imba.com Andy Williamson, Great Lakes Regional Director, andy.williamson@imba.com SUBARU/IMBA TRAIL CARE CREW Jesse Livingston and Lori Reed, jesseandlori@imba.com Designed by Sugar Design, Inc. Images and stories available for re-use by permission only.

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IMBA SUPPORTERS FUEL NEW GROWTH MBA’s many partners and members come from diverse backgrounds, but they all share two beliefs: 1) That advocacy is essential for preserving and enhancing trails, and 2) that supporting IMBA offers a great way to connect with mountain bikers. Since 1988, IMBA has led the effort to preserve trails for cyclists and promote sustainable trail building. Today, working with more than 150 chapters in nine regions of the U.S., IMBA’s network helps create bicycle-friendly land protection, preserve access and provide stewardship to thousands of trails, and has built a legacy of more than 10,000 miles of new riding. A growing membership and donor support will allow us to continue to build on these successes. IMBA experienced robust (12 percent) year-over-year membership growth in 2013, with individual memberships growing over 14 percent, largely due to growth of the chapters of IMBA. Donations and grants also experienced solid growth fueling key programs and projects. Corporate memberships increased 9 percent. IMBA invested in new regional staff and more “boots on the ground,” with positions supporting our chapters’ goals and regional impact. New staff were hired in the South Central Region (Steve Schneider), and shared positions were developed with chapters, including: MORC (Matt Andrews), MORE (Ryan Delaney, Holly Fischer), Copper Harbor (Lori Hauswirth), HMBA (Tammy Mebane), COMBA (Jason Bertolacci) and SORBA (Terry Palmeri). IMBA’s tent is big: We welcome all who care about mountain biking and urge everyone to get involved. Here are a few ways that organizations and individuals support IMBA through membership and “above and beyond” commitments: • Offering research grants and communications • Sponsoring programs and events • Providing appealing membership benefits • Giving back with percent of sale programs • Supporting conservation , trail building and public lands programs • Helping spread IMBA’s message For information about how you or your organization can join in support of IMBA’s mission, please call me at 303.545.9011 x104. Thanks for reading,

— Rich Cook, IMBA Development Director

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IMBA’S 2013 GROWTH BY THE NUMBERS

IMBA INVESTS $3 IN CHAPTERS FOR EVERY $1 OF SHARED MEMBERSHIP REVENUE In 2013, for every dollar retained by the national office from shared individual memberships ($436,880) IMBA reinvested $3 dollars (2013 total of $1,289,584) to the direct benefit of its chapters. Growth in membership revenue trended positively from 2010 through 2013. But it is only the first phase of the chapter-based reorganization. IMBA will continue to invest in new marketing tools and training to create even stronger, more efficient chapters that will attract (and retain) greater numbers of individual members. DIRECT COSTS OF THE CHAPTER PROGRAM This analysis of the direct costs that IMBA incurs for the chapter program does not include overhead and some other indirect costs, such as accounting services, graphic design and program administration. It does not include the cost of Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew visits or Trail Solutions professional trail consulting.

2013

$114,889

$785,945

$72,953

2012

$388,750

$527,589

$48,982

$400,422

$425,000

$383,922

Membership Services – marketing/fulfillment

2011 $240,000

Region program cost

$344,000

Advocacy/PLI program

2010

$0

$1,200,000

$200,000

$400,000

$600,000

$800,000

$1,000,000

$1,200,000

$1,400,000

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP REVENUE $50,000

$1,000,000

$298,136 $25,000 $389,804

$800,000 $477,810

$600,000

$302,908

$538,660

$400,000

$436,880

Shared payroll (reimburs.) $273,050

$140,514 $189,318

$78,204

$200,000

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0

201

1

201

$41235

$41,885

$29,425

$17,025

IMBA Member share Chapter Member share

$93,676

$52,136

$0

At-Large Members

2

201

201

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Club (non-chapter) dues


PROGRAM EXPENDITURES FOR ACCESS, ADVOCACY AND TRAIL DEVELOPMENT BY YEAR: 1994-2013 $4,584 $3,408 $2,071 $1,491

$1,682

$2,510

$3,909

$3,450

$3,245

$2,799

$1,758

$1,282 $908

$960

$1,109

$683 $437 $112

$98

‘94

‘95

$190

‘96

‘97

‘98

‘99

‘00

‘01

‘02

2013 EXPENSES BY CATEGORY TOTAL EXPENSES: $5.82M

‘03

‘04

‘05

‘06

‘07

‘08

‘09

‘10

‘11

‘12

‘13

ADMIN.

6%

FUNDRAISING

10%

REGISTRATIONS ACTIVITY INCOMES

IN-KINDS & OTHER

3%

4%

GRANTS

3% PRODUCT SALES

2%

MEMBERSHIP

23%

PROGRAMS

GENERAL DONATIONS

84%

12%

2013 SOURCES OF REVENUES BY CATEGORY TOTAL REVENUES: $5.25M CORP. SPONSORSHIP

18%

HISTORICAL REVENUE TRENDS 2008-2013

TRAIL SOLUTIONS

36%

$2,000,000 $1,800,000

CORP SUP

$1,600,000

PORT & GR

$1,400,000

ANTS

IP & DONAT

MEMBERSH

$1,200,000 $1,000,000

TRAIL S

$800,000

IONS

S OLUTION

$600,000 $400,000 $200,000 $0

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2009

2010

2011

2012

2013


ACHIEVEMENTS, STATISTICS AND DEMOGRAPHICS

IMBA BY THE NUMBERS

PARTICIPATION SNAPSHOT

35,000 30

35,000 individual members in all U.S. states and 30 countries

Mountain biking has 6,816,000 annual participants, with 3 percent growth from 2009 to 2012 (2012 Outdoor Foundation Recreation Participation Study). Among the most popular outdoor activities for all Americans, bicycling ranks third among “gateway” activities — outdoor sports with participants that are highly likely to enjoy multiple outdoor activities.

150K

150,000 contacts in our global network

163

800

163 IMBA chapters in the United States

800 retail and corporate members

INSPIRING VOLUNTEERS

707,000

707,000 = Volunteer hours on trail projects each year

3,000

3000 = People attending IMBA Trail Building Schools in 2012

20,000

20,000 = Kids and families participating in IMBA’s Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day annually

$15,652,980

$15,652,980 = value of IMBA’s volunteer contribution to public lands in 2011

$4.1 MILLION

$4.1 million = dollars IMBA invests each year for advocacy and trail building projects

TRAIL BUILDING

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3K

The IMBA network conducts over 3,000 trail projects annually

23,000

23,000 miles of trail are built or maintained every year by IMBA members

1,500

1500+ miles of trail closures prevented by IMBA in 2011


IMBA’S MEMBERS Top 5 Cross-over Activities: Road Cycling, Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Trail Running

17% 3%

NO 63% YES 36%

Children in Households

45-5 4

18-2 4

14%

<$40K 6% $40-100K 37% $100K + 41%

55-65

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AST THE NOR T WES MID TH SOU T WES

85%

Household income

AGE

35-4

45% 22% 21% 10%

65+

4%

31%

25-34

30%

15%

76%

Education: 76% College degree or higher

MEDIA REACH • • • •

72,000 = monthly e-newsletters, covering seven regions 25,000 = quarterly print circulation for IMBA Trail News 57,000 = average IMBA.com monthly page views 45,000 = IMBA Facebook fans (facebook.com/IMBAonFB)

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CORPORATE AND DESTINATION MEMBERS THANKS FOR FUELING IMBA’S WORK To find out how your company can become a champion for trails and the sport of mountain biking, contact development@imba.com

ABOVE AND BEYOND SUPPORTERS Companies in this group go above and beyond their annual membership dues with additional support for IMBA programs and initiatives.

IMBA U.S. Above & Beyond

Bicycle Sport Shop Camelbak CLIF Bar Dirt Rag Magazine FOX Interbike Life Time Athletic Events CST Tires Niner Bikes People for Bikes Primal Wear Quality Bicycle Products Recreational Equipment Inc. Yakima U.S. CORPORATE MEMBERS A-Z Big thanks to all current corporate supporters— these memberships help power IMBA’s mission. 2x2 Cycles/Upstanding Bicycle Co. 3Point5 - Promotive 4Site Incorporated A’ME Grips Adventure Advocates Adventure Travel Trade Association Adventuremaps, Inc. Aero Tech Designs Airborne Bicycle Co. Alchemist Threadworks Aliso Creek Inn & Golf Course All Terra Cyclery / All Terra Ecotrails Alyeska Resort American Trail Running Association Apex Ex Adventure Trips Auburn-Opelika Tourism Avid4 Adventure

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Backcountry.com Banks Chiropractic Center, PC BeachCaddyLLC Beer & Bike Tours Bellfree Contractors Inc. Bentonville Convention & Visitors Bureau Bicycle Colorado Bicycle Sport Shop Bicycle Technologies International - BTI Big Agnes Big Bear Lake Camplands Big Mountain Adventures Bike Fixtation Bike Helena Bike Roar Bike Solutions Bikeflights.com Bikeschool and Bikeguiding Zermatt BikeToursDirect LLC Bikulture BOB Gear by Britax Boreale Mountain Biking Boulder Business Products BreakFree Mountain Biking Club Canyons Resort Cascada Salvaje MTB Park and Lodge Cascade Huts Cascade Motel and Mini Storage Catalyst Communication, Inc. CatEye Cheaha Brewing Company LLC Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival City of Fayetteville, AR Parks & Recreation Department Club Ride Cog Wild Mountain Bike Tours Colorado Backcountry Biker Conference Results CopperHarbor.org Country Inn Deerwood Crested Butte Mountain Resort Cycle Therapy Cycling Sports Group Cygolite Dakine Deer Valley Resort DeFeet International Inc. Desert Sports Destination Steamboat Deuter USA Dirt Rag Magazine DirtBaggies Diversion en Montaña Downeast Bicycle Specialists

DT Swiss, Inc ECOS LLC Ellsworth Handcrafted Bicycles Ergon USA, Inc. Excel Sports Boulder Explore Biltmore Estate Eyedentity Graphics, Inc Falcon Guides Feedback Sports LLC Finish Line Technologies Five Rivers Metro Parks Flowline Trail Design Focus Bicycles USA, Inc. Fuji America - Advanced Sports, Inc. Gates Carbon Drive Giant Bicycle, Inc. Grand Targhee Resort Green Guru Gear GU Energy Labs H&I Adventures Hampton Inn & Suites - Oxford, AL Hans Johnsen Company Hawley Company Hayes Bicycle Group Headsweats Hero Kit Hilride Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Oxford, AL Honey Stinger Hot Tomato Cafe & Pizzeria Howell at the Moon Productions Humboldt Underground Bicycle Repair Humid Creative Agency Hyatt Escala Lodge Hydrapak, LLC iBert, Inc. Icebreaker USA ICEdot Idaho Resort Rentals LLC iHelp+ J&B Importers Jamis Bicycles/ G. Joannou Cycle Jans Mountain Outfitters Jenson USA Joyride 150 Kenda USA Keystone Resort Kicking Horse Coffee Killington Resort Kitsbow Mountain Bike Wear Kona Mountain Bikes Kuat Racks Life Time Athletic Events


ELITE-LEVEL MEMBERS With annual contributions of $100,000 or more, these supporters make a huge difference for everyone who rides a mountain bike. Light & Motion Industries Lumberyard MTB, LLC Marin Mountain Bikes Marquette County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Mavic, Inc. Maxxis International McBee Strategic Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop Midwest Cycling Moots Cycles Mountain Bike America, LLC. Mountain Bike Diaries Mountain Creek Resort, Inc. MountainBikeSkills.com Mt. Borah Designs MTB Project MTBR.COM Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike Get-a-way National Bicycle Dealers Association - NBDA National Parks Service RTCA National Ski Areas Association Native Eyewear New Belgium Brewery North Little Rock Parks and Recreation Nuun and Company Optic Nerve Orange Mud Osprey Packs, Inc Outdoor Industry Association OIA Paceline Products Inc Park City Lodging, Inc. Park Tool Parker House Bed and Breakfast Pearl Izumi Pedal America Performance Bicycle, Inc. Pivot Cycles Planet Bike Plattekill Mountain POC USA Primal Wear, Inc. (USA) Professional TrailBuilders Association Proforma Bishop Graphics ProGold Lubricants Provencia Digestive Health Pura Vida Ride Red Agave Resort RedHouseMedia

Ride Guides Ritchey Design Rodale Inc. ROTOR Bike Components USA Ruttger’s Bay Lake Lodge S&S Trail Services Salsa Cycles San Juan Anesthesia San Juan Hut System Santa Cruz Bicycles Saris Cycling Group SBS - Seattle Bike Supply Scott USA Singletracks.com Smith Optics Snow Flower Condominiums and Reservations Sock Guy Spectrum Trail Design Stan’s NoTubes Starlight Custom Apparel Strava Inc. Sustainable Travel International (STI) Sutter Equipment Company Taos Ski Valley, Inc. Techno Quest LLC Teton Mountain Bike Tours Texas Mountain Bike Racing Association - TMBRA The Clymb The Hive The Inn at Steamboat The Rock Sports Complex Tools for Trails Trail Dynamics TrailArts Travel Oregon TTL Trails-Bikeparks Construction Two Knobby Tires Union Cyclist L.L.C. Unique Trails Unreasonable Adventures Vermeer Corporation Visit Knoxville Voler Team Apparel Western Spirit Cycling White Pine Touring Wilderness Trails Ranch Winter Park Resort Xpel Technologies Yin Yang House Acupuncture & Wellness Center Yeti Cycles

Bell Long-time corporate supporter Bell Helmets steps up to the elite level with the 2013 introduction of Bell Built Grants. Specialized Specialized Bicycle Components supports IMBA’s work in many ways, including providing funding for the Public Lands Initiative, IMBA’s California Region and IMBA Europe. Trek Trek Bicycle Corporation donates $10 from every full-suspension mountain bike they sell to help fund IMBA’s Trail Building Fund in the U.S. and Canada. Trek is also the official bike of the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crews. That support has led to hundreds of new miles of trails in local communities and new projects worldwide. SRAM SRAM Corporation and the SRAM Cycling Fund helped launch IMBA’s regional and chapter program in 2011 and 2012. The fund currently broadly supports IMBA’s Public Lands Initiative, IMBA Europe and the Urban Bike Park Initiative. Shimano Shimano American Corporation has supported IMBA advocacy and communications projects for many years. Currently, Shimano provides elite-level support for IMBA’s Mapping Project, featured on MTBProject.com. Subaru of America Subaru is the title partner of the Subaru/ IMBA Trail Care Crew program and has been since the program’s inception. During the last 16 years, Trail Care Crews have visited hundreds of clubs and communities delivering the signature IMBA Trail Building School and expanding opportunities for riding in every state. Subaru also donates to IMBA from each car sold through the Subaru-IMBA VIP Program.

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FOUNDATIONS AND CHARITABLE FUNDS JAN. 1 2013—MAY 19, 2014

Acme Bader Community Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Conservation Alliance Johnson Charitable Gift Fund Alan B. Lindner Family Fund Mark Reynolds Memorial Bike Fund, Inc. Richard E. & Nancy P. Marriott Foundation Ruth H. Brown Foundation

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Michael Sandige Robert Fink Sallie Smith & Jim Butterworth Foundation

Wheeler Foundation

The Right Hand Fund

Singletrack Society–$1,000 Plus William Abell Russell Asleson Joel Bruggen Donna Buchholz Jason Campbell Shana Chrisman Andrew Combs Joe Cote William L. Duncan Mark Evans Brad Farkas Howard Fischer Stephen Flagg Jeff Freidus John Ganahl Lorenz Glaza Wayne Spencer Goodman Jim Hasenauer William Hoeg Daniel Hudson John Huitt Antoinette Jett Kai Johnson Charles Kim Gary Klein Sue Kremer Kremer

Mary and Jim Steggall

Riverbend Fund

Peter Curran

Thank you to all our members and donors for your outstanding support. Due to space considerations we are only able to print individual donors $250 plus.

Michael Anciaux & Wendy Wolfe

J Squire Junger

The PECO Foundation:

January 1, 2013-December 31, 2013

Rodney Brown and Catherine Conolly Walton Family Foundation

Darius Fund

INDIVIDUAL DONORS AND MEMBERS

The Seattle Foundation:

Charles Krenz Jeff Light Elke and Bruce MacGregor Robert Makimoto Pat McMullan Joe Mihalka Alison Montgomery Fred Moreadith Randy Myers Travis Oberrender Scott Olheiser Amitabh Pandey Rahn Pitzer Thomas Povlick Ed Price Luther Propst Shawn Ricci BC Rimbeaux Thomas Ritter Jim Schwerin Maryann Short Jeff Shupe Joel Steinberg Serge Terentieff Kent Thiry David Treese Leland Turner Chad Vrany Greg Weiss Eugene Weymouth Susan Williams Mike Winn Robert Winston Silver Saddle–$500 to $999 Edwin Adlerman Edward Anderson Tony Apuzzo Price Barker John Bricker

Dan Brooks Michael Burns Ed Clausen Steven Conine Jim Crompton Robert Danielson Clay Drury AJ Eschwig Edward Feinberg Robert Forster Mr. and Mrs. Jim Frith Ryan Goei Rachael Goldeen Marshall Hammond Paul Hardin Andrew Heinzelmann Annelise Howell Jonathan Kay Thomas Keane Susan & David Kolbush Ryan Kubly Ward Longbottom Stephen L. Malone Jim McCarvill Alex McLean Andrew McMullan Thor Mitchell Reuben Munger Michael Newman Maureen Noh Gabriel Padilla Lars Peterson Alden Philbrick Nathan Popinski Sharon Popinski Mark Powell Hans Rey Fred Reynolds Sage Smith Scott Smith

Leonard Stegman William Stringer Hale Stuart Shawn and Elizabeth Sweeney Gunnar Tande Guillaume Turpin John Vernon Mark Wallner Rick Werner Fat Tire Friend $250-$499 Mike Abbott Michael Abert Adam Abraham Cary Acord John Alden Angie Alexander Anna Allen Timothy Allison-Hatch Michele Anderson Alison Angione Graham Anthony Dianne Applegate Richard Apthorpe Philip Armstrong Jim Arnett Jason Asher Wayne Atkinson Dwayne Back Jim Backhus Jorge Baco Matthew Bafford Gregg Bagni John Bailey Mark Baker Burak Balkuv Christopher Ball Jeff Barker John Batug John Beisner


Wes Berntson Travis Berry Paul Besser Johan Beumer William Bieganek Mike Biewenga Andrew Bisbee Franklin Blackford Matthew Blevins Etienne Bouckaert Gary And Sonja Bowman Scott Bricker Scott Broadwell Steve Brown Keith Brown Dave Brown Scott Brown Daniel Brown Stephen Brown Christian Brown Patrick Broyer Jerry Buck Andrew Budick Angie Bukley Daniel Bullock Jana Burr Fernando Burstein Stephanie Byous Robert Carlyon Kevin Carmody Jay Carnevale Timothy Carr Brad Carrington Michael Carroll Bob Carson Michael Cauley Deborah Causey Larry & Karen Cavalloro Clemens Ceipek Chris Chase Jeffrey Chester Roger Clark Samantha Clark Dave Clarke Jim Coats Jeff Cobb William Cochran Monqiue Cole Matthew Cole Peter and Sue Coles Family Mike Colonna Matthew Conley Greg Cook John Corliss Steven Crews Gregory Cummins Andrew Custar Wendy Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;attilio Orlando Dangond James Daniel Joel Dank David Darwiche James Daus Brett Davidson Kevin De Queiroz Beth And Sam Deeley James Deer Jonathan Delcamp John Dever Louis Dewild Justin Dibble Paul Diefenbaugh J R Dieter Kimberly Dittmar David Donahue Robert Donnelly Ryan Donovan Clay Drury Brett Dufault Jesse Dunn Michael Dunn Henry B. Dupont Alane Dykes Justin Eatinger Burton Eilers Sean Epp

Richard Erickson Kevin Erickson Aj Eschwig Brian Esterberg Robert Estes Alan Everett Robert Fahnestock Max Falkner Greg Fangonil Scott Farnell Christopher Farrow Linda Faulkner Doug Findlay Katina Fischer Dennis Fitzgerald Mike Fitzpatrick David Flagan Peggy Flaxman Michael Flueckiger Mark Fortunato Johan Franckaerts Kenneth Frankenbery Fredsell Brierley Family Jeff Freidus Hichem Frigui Michael Fryt Edward Fujawa Tracy Gass Mark Gatehouse Sarah Geisse Scott Gilchrist Michael Gilfillan Bradley Gilman Marian Goldeen Brian Goldman Patrick Goode The Goodmans Gene Goodyear Carl Goreth Matt Gossman Doug Gossmann Aaron Gotham Mark Graff Scott Greenberg Barry Greenblatt Dwight Guerrette Lynn Guissinger Pete & Sarah Gurney Gary Gutowski Cathy Haagen-Smit James W. Haagen-Smit Thane Hafterson David Hallaway Sean Halpenny Todd Hamm William Hammetter Christopher Hansen Anthony Harasimowicz Bruce Harvey Jeff Harvey Matt Haughey Kurt Heil Eric Hendren Louis Hering Craig Herzog William Hester Scott Hickey Eric Hightower Christopher Hill Erik Hillard Wesley Hodgson Eythan Holladay Samuel Hollingsworth Jim Houda Kyle Howden David Howe Mike Hufhand Todd Hughes Chris Huntley Robert Hutchings Steven Hynicka John Indyk Jim Ireland Brian Isakson Kristofor Jacobson Majed Jafari

Pete Jankovsky Hans-Henrik Jappe William Johnjulio Kai Johnson Robert Johnson Brad Johnson David Jones Steven M. Jones Jason Jordan Jim Kaas Mark Kappel Ken Kazmierczak Jon Kearley Charlie Kearns Michael Kennedy Brett Kincaid Loren King Lisa Kinney Jeffrey Klassen Larry Klein Randall Klimes Dan Klompmaker Bryan Knox Susan & David Kolbush Christopher Kovaly Robb Krenz Keith Kudlac David Kumasaka Gregorio Larrazabal Justin Latham Donald Laury Eric Lealos Chris Leatham John Leckrone Andrew Levine Ted Lewis Jason Liebrecht Doug Lindeman Andrea Lindenberg David Lindsey Kevin Lippitt Neal Lischner Scott & Deborah Livingston Mark Loch Jason Love Gary Loveland Kenneth Lucas Eric S Ludwig Scott Lund Florian Lungu Todd Lyons Zach Macdonald Rex Macey Conor Macfarlane Richard Marheine Christiaan Martin David Martincheck Dan Matthews Chuck Maxwell Daniel McDonald Max McAllister Chad McDermott Michael McDonald Kent McDonald Tim McDonough Kevin McGeehan Timothy McGuire Chris Mckim Chris McLean Scott McMillian Joshua McMinn Kent McNeill Tammy Mebane Michael Mejia Todd Meldahl Jason Meldrum Matthew Messerly Laura Meyer Joe Mihalka Eric Miles Robert Millen Ty Miller Greg Miller Evan Miller John Milner Tim Minahan

Thomas Molloy Michael Todd Montgomery Lorraine Montuori Ken Moonie Gary Moore Alexis Morgan Steven Morrow Douglas Mowen Kip Moyer Derek Murphy John Myers John Mylne Mark Nadeau Chris Neal Lee Neathery Ben Nelson Tyler Nelson Scott Newcomer Chris Newman Kenneth Nix Leon Nolen Annie Nord Matt Nuckols Van Nussbaum Edward Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Mark Olson Ryan Olthouse Michael Orlandi Mark Ouska Sonia Overholser Wade Palmer Jack Patton Craig Peters Thomas Pfafman Carin Piini Richard Pilczuk Daniel Pisek Kenneth Powers Tony Prete Greg Priest Rich Probst Mark Pumford Naresh & Manju Purohit Alex Quarrier Amy Rambacher Antonio Ramos Billy Ramsey Dustin Ranck Greg Rasmassen Robert Raymond Jason Renschler Eric Reuter Kevin Rich Matt Richardson Roger Richardson George Riley John Ritter Shawn Roberts Dan Robertson Todd Robertson Scott Rogers Karl Rohrscheib Joseph Rose Ed Rounds Gregg Rupp Allen Russell Richard A Russell Jeff & Christina Russell David Jennifer & Charley Saab Todd Sadow Tom Sauret Belinda Sauret Michael Savage Todd Savage Jason Savela Lou Scharpf John Schaubach Jeff Schlichting Patricia Schmidt Michael Schmitz TC Schultz Thomas Schulz Edwin Scott David Scott Ronald J Sechman Steve Shaffer

Heath Sharp Ronald Sheahan Peter Shelton Rob Sherlock Timothy Sherry Sahir Shroff Nick Shue Charles Shultz Erik Silvassy Alain Simard Yvette Skinner Stan Slager Ed Sleight Sallie Smith Gregory Smith Gregory Smith Edward Smith Scott Sokol Mike Sooder Roger Sorensen Jeff Sova Duane Stark David Starrs Brian Stauffer Leonard Stegman John Stewart Howard Stewart Timothy Stewart Maxim Strelsov Brian Sturz Catherine Sulimay Scott Sumpter Dean Sumwalt Kevin Supple Adam Swank Jeffrey W Swanson Shawn & Elizabeth Sweeney Thomas Tamm David Taylor Donald Taylor Steve Thomas Jeffrey Thompson Paul Tomlinson Michael Trapp Tim Traynor Harry Tscnopik George Vail Vincent Van Nostrand Robert Van Wetter Larry Vanden Bosch Gregory Verhovshek Michael Visser Eric Von Eckartsberg Paolo Von Nuremberg Robert Walker James Wallace John Walters Kirk Warden Dave Wardle Brad Warnecke Patrick Warren William Waycott Ted Wegert Mark Weglinski Christopher Weide Mark Weinman Roy Wells Josh Wells Missy Whalen Ron White Scott Whitlock Karen Whitten Scott Wilson Eddie Wimberly Ray Wirta Chad Wright Jeffrey Wrightsman Steven Wuerthele Michael Yaun Jeffrey Young Madeleine Youngs

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“THE STATE OF OUR NATION’S TRAILS IS SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER BECAUSE OF THE TIME, DEDICATION AND PASSION THAT THE IMBA NETWORK PUTS INTO THEM — WE ALL BENEFIT FROM THEIR DAVID JAYO WORK.”

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR SENIOR ADVISOR


IMBA Annual Report: 2013 in Review  

Essays, statistics, info graphics and additional materials reveal that IMBA continued to grow and fulfill its mission in 2013.

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