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Win Salsa’s Titanium Timberjack and Help the IMBA

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Win Salsa’s Titanium Timberjack and Help the IMBA

Wanna win a sick titanium hardtail from Salsa? All ya gotta do is simple:

“When you join or renew your IMBA membership now through May 31, you will be entered for a chance to win a Titanium Salsa Timberjack. By supporting IMBA and joining with thousands of other mountain bikers we all stand up for the trails we love. Special thanks to Salsa, Industry Nine, Maxxis, and SRAM.”

Head to IMBA to read more. Thanks to all these rad companies for supporting IMBA, who is already supporting us all! Also check out more information on the new Salsa’s Ti Timberjack.

Advocate Cycles: Hayduke IMBA Special Edition frame

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Advocate Cycles: Hayduke IMBA Special Edition frame

The more companies we have backing IMBA and other organizations that work for trail stewardship, the better! Here’s the latest from Advocate Cycles:

“Advocate Cycles is the first bike brand to pledge 100% of after-tax profits to be donated to cycling advocacy efforts. To coincide with IMBA’s World Summit this week in Bentonville, AR, they have created a limited run of 30 frames from their Hayduke model, with custom art designed by Adam Turman that reflects a singletrack trail, and all the parts of the earth around it. These 30 frames will be sold through Advocate Cycle’s dealer and direct sales channels for $800. Each purchase will include a free 1-year membership to IMBA, with the entire purchase price going to IMBA’s Dig In Campaign.”

A Crisis of Faith

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A Crisis of Faith


Photo by Adrian Marcoux

Continuing his in-depth series looking into the history and discourse of cyclists’ access to Wilderness Areas, Vernon Felton digs in yet again. As with the introductory article, this is another good read about a topic hits home for many of us. Check it out at Pinkbike.

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How Do You Support Your Ride?

Whether it’s picking up trash left by weekend warrior partiers, or putting in some trail maintenance time, everyone can do their share to keep trails beautiful. Head over to IMBA for more information!