IMBA visit is a huge success

Thanks to all of the 40 participants in the Subaru IMBA Trail Care Crew weekend in Ellicottville this past weekend. This event ended up being a huge success and a heck of a lot of fun.


Here's a follow up by Steve and Morgan Lommelle of the IMBA TCCabout their visit.

To all who participated in our Trail Care Crew visit this past weekend,

We would like to thank you so much for your interest and participation in our visit. We had a great time working together, and we’re proud of the accomplishments we made on the trail! Hopefully you were able to learn some tools and tricks to keep the new trail coming along at the Mesa Trail and beyond. We learn something new every weekend, and this weekend was no different, so thanks again.

Don't forget to mark your calendars for the IMBA's Mid-Atlantic Regional Summit, July 22-24, in Harrisonburg, VA. It will be a weekend of advocacy, rides and social events. We would love to see as many of you there as possible.

If you are interested, here are some links from our visit:

- Blog post about our visit:

- Pictures from the weekend:

And here are some other ways that you can keep up with us on while we are on the road:

- IMBA Blog:

- Facebook:

- Twitter:

Special thanks to the WNYMBA or hosting and organizing the weekend. As always, feel free to contact us by email or phone (info below) if you have questions about trails. We hope to always be a resource for you all.

All the best,

Morgan & Steve


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