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Osprey makes cash grants to four regional mountain bike programs

Published October 21, 2014

CORTEZ, Colo. (BRAIN) — Osprey Packs, Inc., is making four cash grants through IMBA's "Let's Build Trails" program to support the growth of recreational mountain biking in the United States.

The grant recipients are the Central Illinois Trails Association; Team Dirt of Corvallis, Ore.; the South Alabama Mountain Bike Association; and the Southern Kettle Moraine Chapter of IMBA, based in Whitewater, Wisc.

"It is very rewarding to work with IMBA in providing trail grants to grass roots mountain bike organizations who are working hard to maintain and improve recreational cycling opportunities in their communities," said Jeff Fox, bike marketing manager for Osprey.

"Small grants are a great way to kick start local efforts and often are combined with community funding to drive a larger project like a bike park or new trail," said Rich Cook, IMBA's development director. "We appreciate that Osprey Packs gets this by contributing to the growing IMBA small grants program."


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