Get Involved in COPMOBA
COPMOBA is growing and it's never been easier to get involved!Join our Email List to stay up-to-date on all the latest organization and chapter news and events.
Become a Member and support our continuing efforts to build, maintain, and advocate for quality singletrack mountain bike trails in Western Colorado.
Donate : Support our mission through a tax-deductible donation.
Attend a local chapter meeting : We have five active chapters throughout Western Colorado. Attend your local chapter’s meeting to find out about and get involved with singletrack trail activities in your area.
Become a Business Member and be recognized for your business’ support of mountain biking and the contribution singletrack trails make to the local economy.
Participate in the Sales for Trails Program : For businesses wanting to go above and beyond a business membership, COPMOBA offers the Sales for Trails Program, This program allows businesses to donate 1% of gross proceeds to COPMOBA in support of the organization’s activities to advocate for, build, and maintain singletrack mountain bike trails in Western Colorado.
ADVOCATE : for singletrack mountain bike trails in your area. This can involve commenting in support of mountain bike trails on land management plans put forth by local agencies such as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and United States Forest Service (USFS), attending chapter meetings with local land management agency representatives where you can voice your support as a mountain bike trail user, and by submitting comments on COPMOBA grant proposals when needed. Join our email list so you know when advocacy efforts are needed in your area!
BUILD : All chapters organize regular singletrack trail building events. Commit to volunteering for at least one per year. It’s a great way to be a part of the COPMOBA mountain bike community and there is a tremendous sense of accomplishment and satisfaction when you ride a singletrack trail you helped build! Businesses are encouraged to sponsor a local trail building event in their area and should contact the local chapter for details.
MAINTAIN : Once you have advocated for and built a singletrack mountain bike trail, it requires regular maintenance. Our chapters organize regular trail maintenance events—commit to volunteering for at least one per year. If you ride regularly and have maintenance recommendations, be sure to let your local chapter know. Businesses can also sponsor trail maintenance days by contacting the local chapter.
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