Happy Birthday IVMTB!!


Happy Birthday IVMTB!!

We are officially a year old this month and an astounding 230 members strong!

The Board of Directors and I want to personally thank everyone for supporting the Inland Valley Mountain Bike Association! Without you this would have never gotten off the ground.

Who We Have Become?

I am proud to say that we have become a collective of individuals that love to ride mountain bikes that are willing to stand up together to protect our right to ride.

Our Mission: IVMTB is dedicated to the development and care of sustainable, multiple-use trails while fostering a community that participates in healthful activity, preserving the environment and stimulating the local economy through advocacy, education and participation.

Who We Are: We are a group of passionate mountain bike riders of all ages, skill levels and disciplines.

What We Do: We work with land managers to ensure access to well built, sustainable trails while protecting the environment at the same time. We educate others on the benefits of mountain biking, the responsible use of trails, how to increase riding skills, and encourage camaraderie within the mountain bike community.
Board Members Wanted

We have an exciting opportunity for those of you that might want to get more involved. We want to solicit the community for potential IVMTB Board Members. If you would like to get involved at the leadership level of the organization then we want to hear from you.

Being a Board member does take a little time but probably not as much as you might think so if you have the slightest interest please let us know so we can answer any questions you might have. 

Please express your interest by sending an email to info@ivmtb.org. 

What Have We Accomplished

  • 230+ Active members
  • Almost 800 followers on Facebook
  • Became 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation
  • Became a Chapter Club of IMBA
  • Founding Member Jerseys and IVMTB T-Shirts
  • Presented at 2 local city government meetings
  • Attended multiple city government and advocacy meetings
  • Developed relationships with several local land management groups
  • Introduced the Organization to the Temecula City Council – 50 local mountain bikers attended the meeting to show support
  • Presented a proposal to the Temecula Community Services Commission asking for approval to build ~4 miles of single track and 2 pump tracks at the Ronald Reagan Sport Park – 25 local mountain bikers attended the meeting to show support
  • We received a $2500 Grant from the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) to get the Ronald Reagan Sports Park Project kicked off
  • We have put on a lot of local mountain bike rides including "Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day"
  • Put on skills clinics at several local mountain bike rides
  • We participated in the Temecula Christmas Parade
  • We participated in a trash cleanup day at Vail Lake
  • We assisted a local land owner in putting up no trespassing signs and educating local mountain bike riders of the status of those trials.

Win a $50 Visa Gift Card

We want to know how you feel about what IVMTB has done so far and what you would like to see from IVMTB in the future. We will be giving one lucky winner a $50 gift card for filling out our survey. It should take less than 5 minutes and will help us build the organization.  NOTE: This survey is specific to IVMTB. It is not the same as the IMBA survey that was sent out recently. 

Click this link now to take the survey!!  (

The winner will be drawn on Friday September 18th, 2015.