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In an ongoing effort to improve and expand the shared singletrack trail network available in Iowa, Central Iowa Trails Association (CAMBC) and the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) have teamed up through IMBA's Chapter Program. CAMBC was established in 1996 to educate Iowans on the value of sustainable, shared singletrack.  CAMBC is a volunteer led association and our capacity is defined largely by our members – individuals and organizations who want to create quality outdoor experiences.    CAMBC and IMBA continue to work with city, state and federal (Army Corp) land managers to create opportunities for new singletrack in your area and ensure the sustainability of existing singletrack.  Potential exists from Creston to Boone and Coon Rapids; as well as the many opportunities within the Des Moines metro area.
Join IMBA and CAMBC to become part of the team of trail users working to improve the experience on trails close to home.  Your support is critical in helping CAMBC and IMBA work with local land managers, demonstrating that we will continue to build and maintain sustainable trails AND be responsible trail users.  As a CAMBC-IMBA member, you will receive special regional newsletters, invitations to monthly meetings and many other social events throughout the year.  Most importantly, you will be helping us develop future trail opportunities and improve our current local trails.  Join today and ride with us tomorrow!

In an ongoing effort to improve and expand the mountain biking opportunities in New York, the Western New York Mountain Bicycling Association (WNYMBA) and the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) have teamed up through IMBA's Chapter Program. WNYMBA's calendar is full with trail work events all over Western New York including Ellicottville, Golden Hill, Sprague Brook, Hunters Creek, and soon Allegheny State Park.  Working with local land managers to continually improve mountain biking opportunities in Western New York, WNYMBA is also opening up new mountain biking possibilites at Darien Lake State Park and Allegheny State Park.

Help WNYMBA celebrate mountain biking by joining in the annual Mt Bike Festival. Looking for some people to ride with? Come explore the local trails on a group ride, attend a club meeting, or join in one of the social events.

Join IMBA and WNYMBA to become part of the team of trail users working to improve the experience on trails close to home. Your support is critical in helping WNYMBA and IMBA work with local land managers, demonstrating that we will continue to build and maintain sustainable trails AND be responsible trail users. As a WNYMBA-IMBA member, you will receive special regional newsletters, invitations to monthly meetings, and many other social events throughout the year. Most importantly, you will be helping us develop future trail opportunities and improve our current local trails.  Join today and ride with us tomorrow!

WNYMBA-IMBA membership will be handled by IMBA through their chapter program.  This change will not take effect until June 15th, 2012.  Until the 15th you will not be able to join WNYMBA from our website. We encourage you to join IMBA during this period since all IMBA members in WNY will be integrated into WNYMBA on the 15th and will become members of both organizations at that time.

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