Online Workshop Request

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Online Workshop Request

If you would like to request online training with IMBA Canada then we want to hear from you!! Please fill out the application form below and our Program Coordinator will be in touch to get the ball rolling.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Program Coordinator at aj.strawson@imbacanada.com 

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    Trail Care Crew And Trail Building School Applications

    IMBA

    Trail Care Crew And Trail Building School Applications.

    We are busy planning for the upcoming 2019 field season and IMBA Canada is pleased to announce the call for 2019 Trail Care Crew and Trails Training applications! Whether you are a newly formed club or organization that needs an introduction to all things trails, or seasoned builders that are looking for more advanced techniques; IMBA Canada can provide a wide range of workshop and training opportunities to meet the needs of your club, community and trails.

    Below is a breakdown of the various workshop and training opportunities we offer:


    Trail Care Crew Workshop
    The trails training program that started it all! Let IMBA Canada field staff lead your club and community through an intensive weekend workshop covering all things trail related from design and construction to sustainability, user needs and modern construction and maintenance techniques. The weekend includes both in-class and field portions, design and build portions, groups rides, socials and more!!

    Advanced Trails Training
    Has your club already had an IMBA Canada workshop, or are you looking for more advanced design, construction or mechanized training, if so then this is the workshop for you! IMBA Canada field staff will come to your community and work with you and your club on a wide array of advanced topics and training specifically suited to your trails.

    Trail Assessment Training
    Learn modern and cutting edge trail assessment techniques both in-class and in the field with IMBA Canada field staff on your trails! Learn how, why and when you should assess your trails and how to take that information and form work plans, projects and more!

    Fat Bike/Winter Trails Training
    IMBA Canada has developed an extensive Fat Bike and Winter Trails program that can work with you and your club in the field to design, groom and create great fat bike and winter trails that will put your community on the map as a winter riding destination!

    If you would like to request 2019 training or want IMBA Canada to visit your community then we want to hear from you!! Please fill out the application form below and our Program Coordinator will be in touch to get the ball rolling.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Program Coordinator at justin.truelove@imbacanada.com.

    TBS/TCC Application Form
    We are busy planning for the upcoming 2019 field season and IMBA Canada is pleased to announce the call for 2019 Trail Care Crew and Trails Training applications!

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