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Old October 27th 18, 04:16 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike
Mike Vandeman[_4_]
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Default IMBA Continues Promoting Habitat Destruction Everywhere

They continue spreading the same old myths: building new trails "increases tourism and hence improves the economy, reduces conflicts on the trails, improves people's health, and is fun". (But what the heck is "more progression"???)

Subject: More trails close to home starts with you
From: "IMBA"
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2018 07:03:26 +0000 (UTC)

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More trails close to home starts with you

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This auction supports that work and so much more.

IMBA is a start-to-finish resource. We inspire and activate communities by evaluating and ranking them. We provide training for land managers and city leaders to understand and embrace mountain bike trail systems. We provide seed funding via grant programs to get new trails off the ground. We work with local organizations to grow volunteerism to maintain those trails.

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