Stewards of the trail.
Our Mission is to build a vibrant, healthy community by enhancing recreational and economic opportunities in the Teton Region through the development of our outstanding mountain biking resources.
Completed the Mail Cabin Trail Re-Route
First-Ever Teton Region Composite NICA Team Launched
25′ Bridge Installed on the Aspen Trail
Completed the AJ Linnell Memorial Trail in Victor
Hired and Managed a Seasonal, Two-Person, Professional Trail Crew
Accumulated over 1200 Volunteer Stewardship Hours
Constructed 3.9 miles of New Trail and Maintained 104 Miles
Launched the Sprockids Youth Program
Secured over $70,000 in Grant Funding for Trails and Youth Programs
Launched the Jackson Hole Sprockids Program
Completed Two Major Re-Routes in Horseshoe Canyon
MBT is an official chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) but operates under our own organization’s 501c(3) status. When you become an IMBA member, 100% of your dues are funneled to MBT. As a chapter and as part of the “IMBA Local” Program, MBT has direct access to IMBA’s substantial strengths (both regional and national) in land planning, trail building/consultation, corporate supporter relationships and to a suite of organizational tools.
IMBA’s worldwide network includes 35,000 individual members, 750+ chapters, clubs and patrols, more than 200 corporate partners, 600+ retailer shops. IMBA’s members live in all 50 U.S. states, most Canadian provinces and in 30 other countries.
Sprockids Program Director
Board of directors
News & Updates
These certainly are trying times and your trails might just bring you some real, much-needed joy this summer… Our efforts to, clear, repair and maintain over 120 miles of backyard trails in the Tetons depend on you now more than ever. Will you please help us keep them free, clear and sustainable in 2020? We promise they’ll give right back.