World Summit 2010

The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) has announced that Augusta, Georgia, will host the 2010 IMBA World Summit
The event, expected to be the largest yet in IMBA's history of hosting international summits, is open to the public. Topics will include destination and urban trail networks, land conservation and sustainable trails, youth outreach and new programs designed to grow local capacity for the 700+ clubs and patrols in IMBA’s global network. In addition to informative seminars and networking, the gathering will feature great parties and plenty of riding -- including a catered tour of the Forks Area Trail System (FATS), an IMBA Epic.

The Augusta summit will serve as an essential clearinghouse to advance information on everything to do with mountain biking and trail-based recreation,” states IMBA Executive Director Mike Van Abel. “We will bring leaders in trail design together with land managers, the bicycle industry and IMBA’s thriving grassroots clubs. These are the key influencers that shape the sport, and only an IMBA summit can connect them all in the same place, at the same time.” Attendees will receive copious educational materials, while connecting with mountain biking enthusiasts from around the globe.

2010 IMBA World Summit: "Great communities build great trails."

For additional information about the 2010 IMBA World Summit

Summit Partners & Sponsors:
Cane Creek
Dirt Rag
Federal Highway Administration: Recreational Trails Program
Hawley USA
Mountain Bike
New Belgium
State of Georgia
USDA, Forest Sevice, Francis Marion & Sumter National Forests

American Trails Bikes Belong
City of Augusta
Federal Highway Administration:Recreational Trails Program
Greater Augusta Sports Council
League of American Bicyclists
National Recreation and Park Association
National Trails Training Partnership
Parcs Canada
Professional Trailbuilders Association (PTBA)
Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association
SORBA - Central Savannah River Area Chapter
Trips for Kids

Cost & Registration:  IMBA World Summit 2010

We Will See You At The Summit

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