A coalition of Colorado non-profit mountain bike and trail organizations.
World class trail experiences across Colorado for all mountain bikers.
We strengthen the individual and collective impact of Coalition members to protect and expand mountain biking access. We address statewide challenges and opportunities and make positive and lasting changes in communities across Colorado.
Results-Oriented: We are resourceful, forward-thinking, and open-minded as we apply our expertise to make meaningful and lasting contributions to mountain biking in Colorado.
Inclusion: We prioritize diversity and remove barriers that inhibit any person from participating in our work and benefiting from the experiences we help create.
Collaboration: We build partnerships grounded in honesty, integrity, and transparency with our coalition members and other stakeholder organizations.
Stewardship: We respect Colorado’s public lands and work to achieve sustainable trail systems that balance recreation and conservation.
Fun: We celebrate the joy that comes from riding Colorado’s trails and from collaborating with each other and our partners to achieve shared goals.
THREE YEAR GOALS
Successfully launch the Coalition, cultivate a revenue model that secures its future, and execute the strategies in this plan.
Create an inclusive coalition that enables member organizations to welcome underrepresented communities into trail building and advocacy and the activity of mountain biking.
Strengthen coalition members and their collective impact.
Secure a dependable annual public funding stream to invest in the maintenance and construction of trails.
Identify and support public policies that expand access to trails and that protect public lands.
Cultivate recreation habits within the mountain bike community that protect trails, trailhead facilities, and public lands, foster good trail etiquette between users.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Wendy Sweet – Boulder Mountainbike Alliance (President)
Cory Sutela – Medicine Wheel Trail Advocates (Vice-President)
Mike Pritchard – Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association (Treasurer)
Kenny Bearden – Overland Mountain Bike Association (Secretary)