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2014 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 Michelle Barker, Upper Midwest Region Director, michelle.barker@imba.com 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 Anthony Duncan, Mid-Atlantic Region Director, anthony.duncan@imba.com Mark Eller, Communications Director, mark.eller@imba.com Jeremy Fancher, Interim Policy Director, jeremy.fancher@imba.com Laurel Harkness, N. Calif. Region Director, laurel.harkness@imba.com Patrick Kell, Southwest Regional Director, patrick.kell@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 Andy Williamson, Great Lakes Regional Director, andy.williamson@imba.com SUBARU/IMBA TRAIL CARE CREW Jordan Carr and Lani Bruntz, jordanandlani@imba.com

IMBA’S TIPPING POINT 2014 WAS A CRUCIAL YEAR

e will not know for sure for another year or two, but I suspect that 2014 will be recognized as a tipping point in the reorganization of IMBA in the United States. This reworking of our association has resulted in a much more efficient and more connected structure, one built around our local chapters (180 to date) and arranged in nine regions. IMBA exists for its members, who largely connect and belong to the association through membership in a local chapter. If you do not have access to a chapter at this moment please believe me when I say we hope to change that! Our new structure is yielding unprecedented results on the local level. Our goals remain unchanged—improved access for mountain biking and an unwavering commitment to trail conservation and stewardship activities.

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Relocated the national headquarters to a much larger facility in order to accommodate training programs for chapter leaders. Invested in and deployed nine region directors and five associate region directors to strengthen and enhance chapter-led efforts. For every $1.00 of shared membership revenue retained at the national level in 2014, $2.40 was reinvested in direct local chapter support. Together with local chapters, nationwide membership reached an all-time record high.

It’s not an exaggeration to say that mountain bike advocacy would be doomed without an effective organizational structure. Growing IMBA’s membership is important, but it’s not the end game. The real end game is for IMBA to function as an effective national (and, yes, international as well) association that connects mountain bikers and allows them to ride and steward the land. The enemy of such access is apathy. Be a link in the chain—join your local IMBA chapter, or help us create a new one where you live and ride. See You on the Trails,

— Mike Van Abel, IMBA Executive Director

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BY THE NUMBERS

IMBA’S FINANCIAL HEALTH IN 2014 Contributions, including individual membership and corporate support, showed strong year-over-year growth in 2014, and IMBA added 32 new chapters to the fold. Two low-interest loans from philanthropists allowed IMBA to increase its investment in critical program services including regional staff–often shared positions with chapters– and funded key programs in trail development, community technical assistance, land manager training, grants and research. As a non-profit charitable organization, IMBA partners with thousands of donors and members to invest in both local and national priorities: improving quality of life, creating bicycling opportunities for kids, putting more trails on the ground and reaching more land managers than ever before to improve mountain bike opportunities. IMBA will continue to invest in programs that create, protect and enhance great mountain bike experiences. With your support, we can do even more in 2015. Financial information presented in this report is based on IMBA’s audited financial statements. For more information please visit imba.com

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2013 AND 2014 AMOUNTS IN THOUSANDS

2013

2014

Cash and cash equivalents

554

621

Recievables Inventory Property and equipment, net Prepaid and other assets

569 76 56 24 1,279

303 96 116 35 1,171

Accounts payable Unearned revenue Loans Accrued and other liabilities

127 100 29 28 284

200 47 222 49 518

Unrestricted

921

653

Restricted

74 1,279

1,171

Assets

Total Assets Liabilities and Net Assets

Total Liabilities Net Assets

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

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STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES DECEMBER 31, 2013 AND 2014 AMOUNTS IN THOUSANDS

2013

2014

Contributions Contributions, in-kind Fee services Product sales Other income

2,660 150 2,038 127 10 4,985

3,458 224 1,769 143 1 5,595

Program services Fundraising services Administrative services Total Expenses

4,817 99 487 5,403

5,371 50 516 5,937

Change in net assets Net assets, beginning of year

(418) 1,413

(342) 995

Net assets end of year

995

653

Change in Net Assets Revenues and Other Support

Total Revenue and Other Support Expenses

KEY METRICS AND STATISTICS

180 30

35 5,000

$357,000

35,000 mi. 400 attendees/13 nations 12 NATIONAL-LEVEL ALERTS 72,998 mi./37 schools /1,692 attendees

One hundred and eighty (180) IMBA U.S. chapters in nine IMBA regions were served by nine region directors and five associate region directors. Thirty (30) Trail Building Fund grants were awarded in 15 states, totaling $360,000. IMBA staff made more than 35 visits to Washington D.C. to protect and enhance mountain bike access. Printed 5,000 copies of Bike Parks: IMBA’s Guide to New School Trails. Supplied cash support of $357,000 to IMBA chapters and chapter-focused events. Users of MTBProject.com mapped more than 35,000 miles of trails. Four hundred (400) attendees travelled to the IMBA World Summit in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, including representatives from 13 nations. Distributed 12 national-level action alerts, each encouraging more than 60,000 alert subscribers to speak out in favor of mountain biking. The Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew traveled 72,998 miles, teaching trail building schools to 1,692 attendees. 5

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BY THE NUMBERS

MEMBERSHIP

35,000

720

SOCIAL MEDIA

individual/family members

Organic reach nearly 20,000 people per post Facebook followers: 58,000 Twitter followers: 3,600

retailer members

Instagram Followers: 2,100 WEB PRESENCE

857

corporate members

150,000

Nearly 150,000 unique pageviews on IMBA. com per month (~350,000 total/month)

programs resources

IMBA’s programs and resources are by far the most popular pages on IMBA.com

The female-oriented Dig In blog (launched in July 2014) is consistently one of the top 15 most-popular pages on IMBA’s website

EMAIL MARKETING

94,821 10 email newsletters

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Total viable email contacts (excluding government contacts) Unique email newsletters, each tailored to a specific region of the country, are sent each month

13,904/12,604

Largest regions by contacts: Southeast/SORBA (13,904) and Mid-Atlantic (12,604)

30% open rate

The average open rate for the March email newsletter was 30 percent

25,000 circulation

Quarterly print circulation for Trail News magazine is 25,000

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE THESE SUPPORTERS MAKE MTBING BETTER FOR EVERYONE

A growing number of individuals, foundations and matching gifts from employers are making a big difference for mountain bikers everywhere. Whether supporting core advocacy to keep trails open, giving to regional development goals, chapter membership or investing in trail and bike park projects in their home states, these IMBA supporters of all stripes are stepping up to make mountain biking better. If you have questions about giving strategies or would like to jump in to support IMBA’s work near you, contact development@imba.com. 1,000+

2,000+ SUPPORTERS

Kevin Adams Russell Asleson DJ and Ranae Brooks Rodney Brown and Catherine Conolly Joel Bruggen Donna Buchholz Jason Campbell Jeff Campbell Mike Chapman Shana Chrisman Andrew Combs Joe Cote Stan Day Dane Doescher Mark Evans Michael McDonald Wayne Spencer Goodman Sherman Gregory Lucian Hand Jim Hasenauer Susan Helm-Murtagh William Hoeg Daniel Howard and Tiffany Sewell-Howard John Huitt Randy Jackson Laura and Gary Lauder Jeff Light Carlie Lines Jason Jordan Mae Junker Charles Kim Gary Klein Charles Krenz Ryan Kubly Elke and Bruce MacGregor

Felix Magowan Mark McKinnon Pat McMullan Joe Mihalka Fred Moreadith Joshua Moreman Randy Myers Travis Oberrender Scott Olheiser Amitabh Pandey The PECO Foundation-Peter Curran Robert Pew Alden Philbrick Ed Price Luther Propst Thomas Povlick Shawn Ricci B.C. Rimbeaux Thomas Ritter Rochester Area Community Foundation Jim Schwerin Maryann Short Jeff Shupe Joel Steinberg (in memory of Rick Gillman) Adam Stern Dr. Travis Stork Ted Stroll Kent Thiry David Treese Leland Turner Chad Vrany Mark Wallner Eugene Weymouth Susan Williams Mike Winn Robert Winston

Acme Bader Community Fund/Oregon Community Foundation Sallie Smith and Jim Butterworth Lee Duncan Taz Dyson John Ganahl Lorenz Glaza Sue Kremer Dave Magill Alison Montgomery The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation The Pew Charitable Trusts Michael and Elanor Pinkert Rahn Pitzer 5,000+ SUPPORTERS William “Hill” Abell J Allard Richard E. and Nancy P. Marriott Foundation Elizabeth Storer and Luther Propst George B. Storer Foundation Thiry O’Leary Foundation The Right Hand Fund The Wheeler Foundation 10,000+ SUPPORTERS Howard Fischer Steve Flagg 100,000+ SUPPORTERS Walton Family Foundation

 We apologize for any errors or omissions!

“I feel great about supporting IMBA because the organization hits on so many important dimensions for society—IMBA encourages healthy outdoor recreation, fosters volunteer participation, practices balanced political advocacy and is a careful steward of provided funds. That is a special combination.” Kent J. Thiry is Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of DaVita HealthCare Partners, Inc. His professional life includes significant healthcare industry experience and executive leadership with leading healthcare providers. He is a passionate mountain biker and enjoys exploring trails in the Colorado mountains and beyond.

IN HIS OWN WORDS

MEET KENT J. THIRY,

IMBA Supporter, Co-Chairman and CEO DaVita HealthCare Partners, Inc.

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CORPORATE AND DESTINATION MEMBERS THESE SUPPORTERS PROVIDE ESSENTIAL FUNDING TO FUEL 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.

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

Camelbak CLIF Bar CST Tires Dirt Rag Magazine Fox Head, Inc. FOX Interbike Maxxis Niner Bikes PeopleForBikes Primal Wear Quality Bicycle Products Recreational Equipment Inc. Scott USA Smith Optics Yakima ALL CORPORATE PARTNERS A-Z Big thanks to all current corporate supporters, whose membership drives MTB advocacy and much of our important work.

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2x2 Cycles/Upstanding Bicycle Co. 360 Adventures 3Point5 - Promotive - Experticity 4Site Incorporated A’ME Grips Adventure Travel Trade Association Adventuremaps, Inc. Airborne Bicycle Co. Alchemist Threadworks All Points Real Estate Alyeska Resort American Trail Running Association Anthill Films Auburn-Opelika Tourism Avid4 Adventure Backcountry.com Bajaventours Banks Chiropractic Center, PC Basecamper Vans Beer & Bike Tours Bent Creek Lodge Bentonville Convention & Visitors Bureau Bicycle Colorado Bicycle Sport Shop

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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 BikeTourFinder BikeToursDirect LLC Bikulture Boa Technology Inc. Boulder Business Products Breakaway Research Group BreakFree Mountain Biking Club CamelBak Products, LLC Canyons Resort Cascade Huts Catalyst Communication, Inc. CatEye Cheaha Brewing Company LLC Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival City of Fayetteville, AR - Parks & Recreation Department Club Ride Apparel Cog Wild Mountain Bike Tours Conservation Alliance CopperHarbor.org Country Inn Deerwood Crested Butte Mountain Resort Cycle Path & Paddle Cycling Sports Group Cygolite Da Blue Box, LLC Deer Valley Resort Denver School of Science and Technology Cycling Club Desert Sports Destination Steamboat Deuter USA Dirt Rag Magazine DirtBaggies Domahidy Designs DT Swiss, Inc ECOS LLC Ergon USA, Inc. Escape Adventures Eyedentity Graphics, Inc Feedback Sports LLC Finish Line Technologies Five Rivers Metro Parks Focus Bicycles USA, Inc. Fox Head, Inc. Fuji America - Advanced Sports, Inc.

Gates Carbon Drive Grand Targhee Resort Green Guru Gear GU Energy Labs Hacienda Nicholas Bed & Breakfast Hampton Inn & Suites - Oxford, AL Hans Johnsen Company Hawley Company Hero Kit Higher Ground Trails Hilride Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa Honey Stinger Hot Tomato Cafe & Pizzeria Humboldt Underground Bicycle Repair Humid Creative Agency Hyatt Escala Lodge Hydrapak, LLC ICEdot J&B Importers Jamis Bicycles/ G. Joannou Cycle Jans Mountain Outfitters Jenson USA Joyride 150 Kali Protectives Keystone Resort Killington Resort Kitsbow Mountain Bike Wear Kona Mountain Bikes Kuat Racks L.H. Thomson Company Lakewalk Brewery & Cafe Co. Life Time Fitness Athletic Events Light & Motion Industries Long Cane Trails, LLC Louisville Mega Cavern Underground Bike Park Magura USA Marin Mountain Bikes Marquette County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Mavic, Inc. Maxxis International Moots Cycles Mountain Bike Diaries Mountain Creek Bike Park 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 Geographic Maps National Park Service Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance Program

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ELITE-LEVEL MEMBERS With annual contributions of $100,000 or more, these supporters make a huge difference for everyone who rides a mountain bike.

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National Ski Areas Association New Belgium Brewery Nick Joe Rahall, II Appalachian Transportation Institute Niner Bikes NoExam.com North Little Rock Parks and Recreation Northern Lights Cannabis Co. Nuun and Company Olympic Spine and Sports Therapy One Carbon Bicycles Optic Nerve Orange Mud Oskar Blues Brewery Osprey Packs, Inc Outdoor Industry Association - OIA Paceline Products Inc Panama Trail Builders Assn ParaisoRides Park City Lodging, Inc. Park Tool Parker House Bed and Breakfast Pearl Izumi Paul Component PeopleForBikes Performance Bicycle, Inc. Pica’s Taqueria Pivot Cycles Planet Bike Platypus Hydration POC USA Primal Wear, Inc. (USA) Professional TrailBuilders Association Provencia Digestive Health Recreational Equipment Inc. Red Agave Resort RedHouseMedia Redding Convention & Visitor’s Bureau Ride Guides Ritchey Design Roanoke Mountain Adventures, LLC Robert Bosch, LLC RockyMounts Rodale Inc. Ruttger’s Bay Lake Lodge Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures Salsa Cycles San Juan Anesthesia San Juan Hut System

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Santa Cruz Bicycles Scott USA Sedona Real Inn & Suites Shimano American Corp. Singletracks.com Smith Optics Sock Guy Stan’s NoTubes Steamboat Ski & Resort Steamboat Springs Bike Town USA® Initiative Sutter Equipment Company Taos Ski Valley, Inc. Techno Quest LLC Teton Mountain Bike Tours Texas Mountain Bike Racing Association - TMBRA The Bike Farm The Clymb The Gear Movement The Hive The Inn at Steamboat The Rock Sports Complex Thirsty Pagan Brewing Thudbuster Seatposts Tools for Trails Trail Dynamics TrailArts Travel Oregon Trek Bicycle Trek Travel USA Cycling, Inc. Visit Casper Visit Knoxville Vista Verde Ranch Voler Team Apparel WeGoDo White Pine Touring Whitefish Bike Retreat Winter Park Resort WTB (Wilderness Trail Bikes) Yakima Yeti Cycles Yin Yang House Acupuncture & Wellness Center White Pine Touring Wilderness Trails Ranch Winter Park Resort Xpel Technologies Yeti Cycles Zavod Aliansa ZOIC Clothing

Bell Long-time corporate supporter Bell Helmets stepped up to the elite level with the 2013 introduction of Bell Built Grants. 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. 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. 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 Bike Park Initiative. Subaru of America Subaru is the title partner of the Subaru/ IMBA Trail Care Crew program and has been since the program’s inception. Subaru also supports IMBA members through the Subaru-IMBA VIP Purchase Program and is a presenting sponsor of IMBA Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day 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. Additionally, more than 1000 “Game Changer” Trek dealers donate $10 to IMBA for each full-suspension bike sold. 9

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IMBA’S CHAPTERS 180 ORGANIZATIONS THAT MAKE MOUNTAIN BIKING BETTER

Anthracite Mountain Pedalers Appalachia Outdoor Adventurers Appalachian Mountain Bike Club Augusta-GA and Aiken-SC Bald Eagle Mountain Bike Association Berks Area Mountain Biking Association Bicyclists of Nevada County Birmingham Urban Mountain Pedalers Bitterroot Backcountry Cyclists Blue Mountain Singletrack Trails Club Boise Area Mountain Bike Association Bomber Mountain Cycling Club Borderland Mountain Bike Association Boulder Mountainbike Alliance Cannon River Offroad Cycling and Trails Cape Fear SORBA Capital Off Road Pathfinders Central Adirondack Mountain Bike Assocation Central Alabama Mountain Pedalers Central Arkansas Trail Alliance Central California Off Road Cyclists Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers Central Idaho Mountain Bike Association Central Illinois Trails Association Central Iowa Trail Association Central Ohio Mountain Biking Organization Central Wisconsin Off-Road Cycling Coalition Charlottesville Area Mountain Bike Club Chattahoochee Valley Area SORBA Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association Chicago Area Mountain Bikers Chippewa Off Road Bike Association Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance Cleveland Area Mountain Bike Association Clinton River Area Mountain Bike Association Cloud City Wheelers Colorado Mountain Bike Association Colorado River Area Trail Alliance Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association Copper Harbor Trails Club Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Crew Cycle-CNY Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores Del Norte MtB Alliance Delaware Trail Spinners Desert Foothills Mountain Bike Association Disciples of Dirt Dixie Mountain Bike Trails Association Eastern Shore IMBA Ellijay Mountain Bike Association Evansville Mountain Bike Association Fats In The Cats Fidalgo Trail Riders Flagler Area Biking SORBA Flint River Mountain Bike Association Folsom Auburn Trail Riders Action Coalition FooMTB Trail Partners Fredericksburg Area Trail Management and User Group Friends At Slaughter Pen Trail Gallup Trails

Genesee Regional Off-Road Cyclists Grand Mountain Bike Alliance Grand Rapids and Itasca Mountain Bicycling Association Greater Lynchburg Off-Road Cyclists Greater Oakridge Area Trail Stewards Greensboro Fat Tire Society Groveland Trail Heads Gwinnett Area Trail Riders Hood River Area Trail Stewards Hoosier Mountain Bike Association Idyllwild Cycling Inland Valley Mountain Bike Association Iron Range Off-Road Cyclists Jefferson Mountain Bike Association Kentucky Mountain Bike Association - Louisville Kinnickinnic Off-Road Cyclists Lake County Trails Coalition Linn Area Mountain Bike Association Los Alamos Tuff Riders Mankato area Mountain Bikers Maui Mountain Bike Coalition Medicine Wheel Trail Advocates Metro Mountain Bikers, Milwaukee Miami Valley Mountain Bike Association Michigan's Edge Mountain Biking Association Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts Mid-Michigan Mountain Biking Association Midlands SORBA Midwest Off Road Cyclists Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists Moab Mountain Bike Association Monterey Off Road Cycling Association Motor City Mountain Biking Association Mount Shasta Mountain Bike Association Mount Wilson Bicycling Association Mountain Bike the Tetons Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz Nantahala Area SORBA New River Bicycle Union New York City Mountain Bike Association North East Wisconsin Trails North Mississippi Trail Alliance Northeast Alabama Bicycle Association Northeast Georgia SORBA Northeast Indiana Trail Riders Organization Northern Allegheny Mountain Bike Association Northern Indiana Mountain Bike Association Northern Maine Trails Alliance Northern Michigan Mountain Biking Association Northwest Georgia SORBA Northwest North Carolina Mountain Bike Alliance Northwest Trail Alliance Oahu Mountain Bike Ohana Ocmulgee Mountain Biking Association Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship Ozark Off Road Cyclists Pedal United Pisgah Area SORBA Pocahontas Trails Potawatomi Mountain Bike Association

Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance Range Area Mountain Bike Association Red Wing Area Mountain Bike Organization Redwood Coast Mountain Bike Association Roanoke IMBA Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association Rogue Valley Mountain Bike Association Roswell Alpharetta Mountain Bike Organization Routt County Riders Rust Belt Revival Trail Coalition RVA MORE Salem Area Trail Alliance San Diego Mountain Biking Association San Miguel Bike Alliance Santa Barbara Mountain Bike Trail Volunteers Santa Fe Fat Tire Society SHARE Mountain Bike Club Silicon Valley Mountain Bikers Silverton Mountain Bike Club Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists SORBA Athens SORBA Atlanta SORBA Chattanooga SORBA Huntsville SORBA Jax SORBA Middle Tennessee SORBA Orlando SORBA Tri-Cities SORBA West Georgia SORBA Woodstock South Alabama Mountain Bike Association Southeast Alabama Mountainbikers Southeast Georgia SORBA Southeastern Pennsylvania Trail Riders Southern Idaho Mountain Biking Association Southern Kettle Moraine Chapter of IMBA Southern Maryland Mountain Biking Southern Nevada Mountain Bike Association Southwest Kentucky Mountain Bike Association Southwest Michigan Mountain Bike Association Summit Fat Tire Society Superior Cycling Association Susanville Area Bicycle Association Susquehanna Area Mountain Bike Association Susquehanna Valley Velo Club Tallahassee Mountain Bike Association Tarheel Trailblazers Team Dirt Top of Michigan Mountain Bike Association Trails Have Our Respect Triangle Off-Road Cyclists Upstate SORBA Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition West Alabama Mountain Biking Association West Michigan Mountain Biking Alliance Western New York Mountain Bicycling Association Winona Area Mountain Bikers Wood River Bicycle Coalition Woolly Bike Club

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Please keep your membership and contact information current. Visit imba.com/user, or call us at 303-545-9011.

“SALES OF FULLSUSPENSION MOUNTAIN BIKES ARE UP, AND SO ARE THE NUMBER OF URBAN AND NEARURBAN MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL SYSTEMS. THIS IS NO ACCIDENT— IMBA’S SUCCESS IN CREATING QUALITY RIDING OPPORTUNITIES CLEARLY BENEFITS BOTH MOUNTAIN BIKERS AND THE BICYCLE INDUSTRY.” STEVE FLAGG FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT OF QUALITY BICYCLE PRODUCTS

Jacqueline Harmony enjoys the singletrack at Wilder Ranch in Santa Cruz, California. Image by Scott Markewitz Photography.

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