The first IMBA Wild Ride is June 21 at Condor Peak in the San Gabriel Mountains east of Los Angeles. The Condor Peak Trail and surrounding area provides sweet singletrack and spectacular views just minutes from the city's metropolitan center. Condor Peak has a large constituency of mountain bicyclists that want to preserve and protect the area. Bicyclists have been enjoying and sharing these trails for years. Come check out this fun, tough ride and learn how to keep this trail wild and open to cyclists. For more detailed information about the ride click here.
IMBA and Chris King are hosting the second Wild Ride at Grouse Ridge on July 12-13. This weekend-long event features two rides on fantastic High Sierra trails where mountain bicyclists may also lose access due to potential Wilderness designation. Grouse Ridge is west of Donner Summit near the intersection of Interstate 80 and Highway 20. It features some of the best technical riding in the state. For the latest information about the Grouse Ridge event visit the Bicyclists of Nevada County web site
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To learn more about IMBA's work to save trails in California or to view a detailed list of land being considered for Wilderness designation visit www.imba.com.
IMBA is a national and international education and advocacy organization with 500 member clubs, 32,000 individual members, and more than 400 corporate partners and dealer members. IMBA creates, enhances and preserves trail opportunities for mountain bicyclists worldwide. In 1988, five California mountain biking clubs created IMBA.
Today, more than 60 bicycling clubs in California are IMBA affiliated. California bicycle manufacturing, retailing, tourism and publishing businesses generate an estimated $2 billion per year in economic activity.
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