Central Idaho Mountain Bike Association
FALL MOUNTAIN BIKE FESTIVAL
The Fall Mountain Bike Festival was a great weekend of group rides, shuttles, BBQ, Beer, events and family fun.
Mark your calendar and plan on attending next year – dates are August 27th & 28th 2016 (the weekend prior to Labor Day weekend).
COME ENJOY FALL RIDING IN THE MOUNTAINS!
Join or renew your membership today. Current members receive ride email reminders and updates on all events. See the links below.
Keep checking the calendar for our next trail work day in June. This is a great way to give back. There is something for everyone. You don’t have to be a super trail builder, just come out. A few of our trail days will include BBQ and Beer. We always try to provide snacks and lunch when possible.
Protect, Enhance and Create quality trail experiences for the mountain bike community in Central Idaho.
We actively work to do the following:
- Promote the sport of mountain biking and responsible riding.
- Advocate for trail access.
- Build and maintain sustainable trails.
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CIMBA is YOU! Let’s work together to provide great riding opportunities, safe trails and riding fun!
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CIMBA’s activities helps to enhance the community and bring visitors to our area. We need our Sponsors to help us help our community!
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Thank you for supporting CIMBA’s mission and activities. We can’t make it happen without YOU!
The Central Idaho Mountain Bike Association (CIMBA) was created in 1997 by a small group of mountain bikers who wanted to ride together, work to improve trails, and create new riding opportunities in the area. As the popularity and value of those activities grew, so did CIMBA’s membership. CIMBA became an IMBA club and hosted several Trail Care Crew visits. The trailbuilding knowledge from those events is now evident by the improved trails in the region. CIMBA’s efforts helped create many new trails in the area including those at Bear Basin, Jug Mountain and Tamarack Resort.
In 2009, CIMBA grew its focus to include educating user groups on safe cycling practices, developing land and user codes of conduct and protecting resources with responsible usage standards, and engaging and educating our members in current policy issues relating to mountain bike and trail access.
The original emphasis on trails is still in place, and CIMBA is working with regional Forest Service offices and private land managers to maintain and create better riding opportunities.
*Central Idaho Mountain Bike Association, Inc, is recognized as a 501(c) nonprofit organization by the US Internal Revenue Service.