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Columbia Land Conservancy

Chatham, New York

The Columbia Land Conservancy works with the community to conserve the farmland, forests, wildlife habitat, and rural character of Columbia County, strengthening connections between people and the land.

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Forest Trails Alliance

Nevada City, California

FTA is a community trail building nonprofit with a purpose of supporting greater trail connectivity for Northern California. Our vision is to develop sweet trails by empowering passionate volunteers with shared resources, networking and education needed to craft engaging and sustainable trails.

We also help facilitate Stewardship groups in communities we serve to bring individuals, groups and businesses together to work with regional land managers for sustained care and support.

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Yosemite South Gate Trail Cooperative

Bass Lake, CA

The Yosemite South Gate Trail Cooperative (YSGTC) is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded by a group of local mountain bikers and hikers that regularly recreate in the Sierra National Forest. The mission of YSGTC is to promote human-powered use of trail networks in the Sierra National Forest and Southern Yosemite region through trail maintenance, public outreach, and community involvement.

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Saratoga Mountain Bike Association

Saratoga, New York

SMBA is a non profit organization dedicated to fostering and protecting the
mountain biking resources in the New York State Capital-Saratoga-Adirondack-Rensselaer County region.
These purposes shall be promoted by means including, but not limited to trail building
and maintenance, development of good neighbor relations near to or adjacent to riding
areas, educating the public on the availability of established biking trails and the
promotion of ethical and responsible mountain biking. It is the further intent of this
association to encourage the development of riding skills, as well as to promote good
fellowship.

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Jersey Off Road Bicycle Association

Hillsborough, NJ

Jersey Off Road Bicycle Association (JORBA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which is dedicated to serving off road cyclists as a member of equal standing within the trail user community. Founded in 1999, our focus is to build and maintain sustainable multi-use trails, organize and encourage volunteerism and responsibility, and advocate and foster mountain biking as a healthy, environmentally sound, and sustainable activity.

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Santa Barbara Mountain Trail Volunteers

Santa Barbara, CA

For over two decades SBMTV volunteers have provided sustainable trail maintenance, user education, and stewardship for the Santa Barbara area trails.

You can become part of this trail community. Join in on our monthly second Sunday trail work events, Sunday trail rides, and cooperative trail events like State Trails Day.

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San Diego Mountain Biking Association

San Diego, CA

San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA) is an IRS 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit, charitable organization ( Tax ID# 20-1701837 ) dedicated to protecting and promoting mountain bike access in San Diego County. Our association was formed in 1994 by a small and passionate group of mountain bikers. Our organization continues to grow with over 1100 members and an active base of volunteers.

Mission:
-Advocate for outdoor recreational access throughout San Diego County
-Foster respect for the environment and educate trail users in safe and appropriate mountain biking use
-Provide expert assistance in sustainable trail design, building, and maintenance
-Work with other trail user groups, land managers, and policy makers to develop fair and responsible policies governing the use of public and private lands

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Bicyclists of Nevada County

Nevada City, CA

BONC is committed to responsible mountain biking, preservation and improvement of riding opportunities, cooperation with other interest groups and the education of cyclists and non-cyclists alike. We regularly hold group rides and trail volunteer days. We want to make more Hoot flow in Nevada County and your donations go towards that goal.

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Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA

Since 1997, Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBOSC) has worked to support, preserve, and expand trail access and responsible mountain biking in Santa Cruz County.

We are recreational riders, trail builders, racers, bike industry professionals, and general mountain bike nuts who promote legal and sustainable mountain bike access through trail building, races, events, and collaboration throughout our county. Strategic partnerships with land managers, other trail users, the local bike industry, and enthusiastic volunteers help MBOSC do what we do best—build cool trails.

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Hood River Area Trail Stewards

Hood River, Oregon

HRATS is a volunteer based, non-profit organization, made up of cycling enthusiasts. Our mission and focus is to engage and unite the cycling community in order to channel enthusiasm to create, enhance and protect the riding opportunities in the greater Hood River area. This includes the area within a 30 mile radius of Hood River, in both Oregon and Washington.

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Rogue Valley Mountain Bike Association

Ashland, OR

RVMBA was formed as an IMBA affiliated nonprofit to protect and expand trail opportunities for mountain bikers in the Southern Oregon area.

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Boulder Mountainbike Alliance

Boulder, Colorado

The Boulder Mountainbike Alliance's mission is to serve as a positive voice for mountain biking in the greater Boulder Colorado area by improving the trail experience for all users through social rides and events, advocacy, and trail building.

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Folsom Auburn Trail Riders Action Coalition (FATRAC)

Auburn, CA

FATRAC is the voice of mountain bikers in the Sacramento and Sierra Foothills. We have built many miles of trails in the region, including Salmon Falls, Granite Bay, Foresthill Divide, and many others. We are working hard to open more trails to mountain bikes and build more - and we need your help! If you ride mountain bikes in the Sacramento area, help us to help you ride more Sacramento and Sierra Foothills area trails.

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Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship

Graeagle, CA

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a non-profit organization that builds and maintains multiuse trails in the Sierra Buttes, Tahoe, Plumas and Lassen National Forests.

Our mission is building a sustainable, recreation-focused future for mountain communities, fostering stewardship of public lands through job creation, education, habitat protection, trail maintenance and construction of new multi-use trails.

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Redding Trail Alliance

Redding, CA

We are a group of mountain bike and outdoor enthusiasts who have a passion to contribute to the growth and improvement of our local trail system. We get excited about new trails, well built trails, trail improvements, pump tracks, community cycling events, and pretty much anything that gets us out on single track. Our team is diverse in skills, day jobs, and interests but we all come to the group with a shared desire for progress and community with regard to Redding’s trail system.

We work with local government agencies to plan, maintain and build trails. We connect with the community through hosting volunteer maintenance days and community outdoor events. We also team up with other local outdoor groups to ensure trail efforts are in alignment. Our team is excited to see Redding grow and evolve into a top notch mountain bike location.

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Columbia County Mountain Bike Alliance

Columbia County, New York

CCMBA was founded in 2010 with the goal of creating and maintaining mountain bike resources in Columbia County, New York. The trails we construct and maintain provide a framework to build a local mountain bike culture and to host bike-related events.
Your support goes directly to cover the costs of building and maintaining these trails.

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Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association

Los Angeles, CA

We are passionate about mountain biking, public trails and preserving our public back country for future generations. CORBA is committed to ensuring equal access for all trail users, and to contributing to everyone's enjoyment of the trails. CORBA organizes and coordinates activities that promote the conservation, administration and the maintenance of the public lands in the Santa Monica Mountains and surrounding areas.

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Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association Tri-Cities Chapter

Northeast Tennessee

SORBA Tri-Cities, formerly Northeast Tennessee Mountain Bike Association, is an advocacy organization dedicated to the enhancement of mountain biking and the preservation of, and access to, trails across Northeast Tennessee.

Formed in December 1998, SORBA Tri-Cities has been creating opportunities for mountain biking as well as promoting responsible trail use. SORBA Tri-Cities is a chapter of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA) and a member of the Tennessee Mountain Biking Allicance (TMBA).

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Flagstaff Biking Organization

Flagstaff, AZ

Promoting bicycling as a safe and attractive means of transportation and recreation in Northern Arizona. All money donated here will be accumulated until we reach enough funds to hire crews for a week or more to maintain trails. If you have input on trails that we should focus on, please email them to trails@flagstaffbiking.org. None of this money is used for administration of the project, since FBO is all volunteer driven! Your money will only be used to maintain trails in Northern Arizona!

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Mountain Bike the Tetons

Driggs, Idaho

Our Mission: To build a vibrant, healthy community by enhancing the recreational and economic opportunities in the Teton region through development of our mountain biking resources.

We work to achieve this mission by:
- Empowering our paid seasonal trail crew to build and maintain Teton Region multi-use trails
- Facilitating our exciting new Sprockids youth mountain bike program for 6-11-year-old riders
- Maintaining and improving the Victor and Driggs urban mountain bike parks
- Working with local land managers to sustainably expand and manage our outstanding trail system
- Growing our Maintenance Monday trail work program to leverage our amazing local volunteer workforce
- Fostering both new and existing collaborative partnerships with Teton Region businesses and other local non-profit organizations to help our community thrive

About Us:
Beginning in 2013, Mountain Bike the Tetons (MBT) has served the Teton Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming communities as leading advocates and stewards for multiple-use, singletrack trails. In late 2013, MBT received 501(c)(3) status and became an official chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA). In August of 2014, our region achieved "Silver Ride Center" status from IMBA, recognizing us a major mountain biking destination and community. We host 9 volunteer board members, 1 paid, full-time executive director and 3 paid, seasonal trail crew members with an office located in downtown Driggs, ID.

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Stillwater Area Scholastic Cycling Advocates

Stillwater, Minnesota

SASCA Trails is a subcommittee of the Stillwater Area Scholastic Cycling Advocates (SASCA), a non-profit corporation with 501c3 designation. The goal of SASCA Trails is to build community by creating local, accessible and public off-road natural surface trails. These trails will be primarily for mountain biking, but will also offer multi-use access for hikers, walkers, and trail runners. SASCA is a scholastic-based organization, and these trails will serve as conduits to getting kids out into nature and challenging themselves. During the initial phases of our trail development, we will be offering opportunities for the public to help with trail design and building. Our mission is to teach all how to be proper stewards of the land, while using it in a respectful and sustainable way.

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Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition

Verde Valley of North Central Arizona including Sedona and Cottonwood

The VVCC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 2003 (incorporated in March 2004) to promote mountain and road bike advocacy in, and around, the Verde Valley of Northern Arizona. Our mission is to improve the bicycling environment, facilities, quality of life in the region and encouraging bicycle use as an energy-efficient, economical and nonpolluting healthful and enjoyable form of transportation and recreation.

We have over 280 members from all parts of the Verde Valley, other states and Canada. Sedona hosts tens of thousands of mountain bike visitors "shredding the red" annually. We were instrumental in the creation of the Sedona Bike Skills Park, have raised over $100,000 for new trail construction and maintenance in the past five years and work to get kids on bikes through our Verde Valley Bikes for Kids Program. When we're not building new trail, maintaining existing trail and getting kids on bikes, we're either assisting, educating and informing all trail users through our 35 Red Rock Bike Patrollers or out riding.

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Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association Athens Chapter

Athens, Georgia

Our mission is to promote land access, trail preservation, new trail development, and to bring the local mountain bike community together for fun and fellowship.

The SORBA Athens chapter serves as the official voice of mountain biking in the Athens area. We act as liaison to local government and private landowners in order to preserve access to trails in the area as well as encouraging the development of more trails. We currently act as the offical stewards of five trails: Oconee Heritage Park, Hawkes Creek Farm, Payne's Creek, Hard Labor Creek and Trail Creek Park. All are maintained by volunteers from SORBA Athens on a regular basis, with an emphasis on environmentally friendly, sustainable trail design practices. We believe that this spirit of cooperation and responsibility will ensure that we always have a place to ride our bikes.

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Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts

Fairfax, Va

MORE (The Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts), Inc. is a 501c (3) non-profit representing thousands of area mountain bikers. Founded in 1992, MORE maintains more than 700 miles of natural surface trails in 50 state, county and city parks in the region. MORE members contribute more than 12,000 volunteer hours annually building and maintaining sustainable multi-use natural surface trails and leads hundreds of rides each year at local parks, ranging from beginner to advanced.

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Gallup Trails

Gallup, New Mexico

Gallup Trails has accepted the challenge of developing a comprehensive multi-use trail system in and around Gallup. Our interest is in providing a higher quality of life through increased opportunities for quality outdoor recreation.

We expect this involvement to improve the health and fitness of our citizens, interest and engage youth in outdoor activities, promote environmental rehabilitation, and stimulate local economic development.

Current projects include developing 100+ miles of new routes in the Zuni Mountains, and several undeveloped areas surrounding Gallup. Our partners include: McKinley County, Cibola County, Gallup, Grants, The State of New Mexico, Senators Martin Heinrich and Tom Udall, The USDA Forest Service, Youth Conservation Corps, Adventure Gallup & Beyond, and Gallup Land Partners.

Gallup Trails is a 501.c.3 non-profit corporation.

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Capital Off Road Pathfinders

Madison, WI

CORP is the IMBA Chapter in the Madison, WI area. Join our community, ride with us, get involved, and support mountain biking!
We build, maintain, advocate for, and ride south-central Wisconsin’s mountain bike trails. If you ride off-road, you belong with us.

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