Create and Preserve Great Trail Experiences
Our voice is heard through IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association). IMBA works by using Legislation and land protection proposals that include mountain biking. But in order to succeed we must get organized, educated and involved. That’s why Idyllwild Cycling has aligned with IMBA.
Trail maintenance days are allocated by the USDA ForestryService, San Jacinto Ranger District. By joining Idyllwild Cycling through IMBA you will be notified of upcoming trail maintenance days when they become available. Be sure and sign up with Idyllwild Cycling through IMBA to be notified. We are always looking for volunteers!
Occasionally Idyllwild Cycling and the USDA Forestry, San Jacinto Ranger District will hold a Trail Education Day. By joining Idyllwild Cycling through IMBA you will be notified of upcoming Trail Education Days. Sign up today with Idyllwild Cycling through IMBA to be notified. Mountain bike trails can only
exist through education, volunteering, and connecting!
Idyllwild Cycling’s mission is to create, enhance and preserve great trail experiences for mountain bike riders in Idyllwild, and to create a bicycle friendly community through advocacy and education. Idyllwild Cycling seeks to preserve, protect, and promote mountain bike access and diverse riding
opportunities on California’s public and private lands though communication and unified action. Idyllwild Cycling also has an active group of road cyclists and proudly cares for a section of Highway 243 through the Adopt-a-Highway Program.