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February 23/12 9:22 am - IMBA Canada News

Posted by Editoress on 02/23/12

IMBA Canada News for the month of February


IMBA Hires New Ontario Coordinator

With his third child on the way, Jason Murray, IMBA's Ontario Coordinator and founding leader of the Durham Mountain Bike Association, will be stepping down later this month.

"Jason's dedication to mountain biking and the trails community in Ontario has been an invaluable asset to IMBA over the past four years. We are all sad to see him go, but wish him the best of luck with his growing family," said Lora Woolner, executive director of IMBA Canada.

Taking over for Jason will be Igor Hoogendorn, long-time GORBA member and National Mountain Bike Patrol Instructor. Full press release.

IMBA Canada at Toronto International Bike Show

It's that time of year again! IMBA Canada will be setting up shop and the Toronto International Bike Show, March 2-4. Come by the booth and renew your membership, buy some swag, or just say 'hi'! The 26th Annual Show is taking place at the Better Living Centre, in Toronto, ON, and will be filled with sweet new bikes, local retailers, clubs, + more. 

Get Your 2012 IMBA Calendar Before They Are Gone!

This year's calendar shots are better than ever, so get ready to start salivating over all the delicious MTB getaways you could take next year.

Get it free when you donate to IMBA Canada's Annual Fund, or buy it now online  before supplies run out.

Mont-Tremblant Trails Survey

The board of the Mont-Tremblant Bike Club (Club de Vélo Mont-Tremblant) is hosting an online survey to help them improve and expand their trail network. If you ride in the area, or can see yourself taking a trip to la belle province, please take a few minutes and respond.

For more regional news and info, check out the IMBA Canada blog!


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