Though racing is the most visible part of the SoCal League one of the most IMPORTANT parts is the growing Teen Trail Corps program! Please help us ensure we have more and better trails to ride from now into the future! We STRONGLY encourage riders to get involved and become Teen Trail Captains! We believe this initiative will be one of the most important legacies of interscholastic mountain biking. The Teen Trail Corps program is under revision and we expect the refreshed program to premier by December 1, 2018!
SoCal is hosting several Teen Trail Clinics this season. There is no cost for these clinics and registration is at the following links:
12/02/18 Teen Trail Clinic @Escondido: *** CANCELLED BY VENUE DUE TO EXTREMELY WET TRAILS ***
12/09/18 Teen Trail Clinic @Newbury Park: We had a great time!
01/13/19 Teen Trail Clinic @La Verne: Registration is closed!
Following are many trail advocacy organizations in SoCal. Please get in touch to find out more about advocacy and trail work options in your local area!
|The Big Bear Valley Trails Foundation is the non-motorized trails advocacy group located in the Mountain Top Ranger District of the San Bernardino National Forest near Big Bear Lake, California. We hold regular meetings at the Discovery Center and welcome anyone who wants to get involved.
The Trails Foundation works to develop new trail opportunities, support the Adopt-A-Trail program, educate the public on our local trails, provide news and educational resources, address immediate trail maintenance needs, and provide an opportunity to bring community members and government officials together to engage in positive collaboration. Contact email@example.com for more information.
|The mission of Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers (CCCMB) is to expand the network of sustainable and enjoyable trails in SLO County and to maintain the trails currently in use. Since 1987, we have worked with California State Parks, the National Forest Service, San Luis Obispo City, and San Luis Obispo County in designing and building new trails and in maintaining existing ones. CONTACT.|
|The Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association (CORBA) is an all-volunteer non-profit organization serving the mountain bicycling community of Los Angeles and its surrounding areas including southern Ventura County. We are dedicated to preserving open space, maintaining public access to public lands, and creating more trail opportunities for all to enjoy. We are a chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA).
Our Mission: We are passionate about mountain biking, public trails and preserving our public open space for future generations. CORBA is committed to ensuring equal access for all trail users, and to contributing to everyone’s enjoyment of the trails. CORBA organizes and coordinates activities that support mountain biking recreation and that promote the conservation, administration and the maintenance of the public lands. CONTACT.
|The Inland Valley Mountain Bike Association (IVMTB) is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. We are 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.
|The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit educational association whose mission is to create, enhance and preserve great mountain biking experiences.Since 1988, IMBA has been bringing out the best in mountain biking by encouraging low-impact riding, volunteer trailwork participation, cooperation among different trail user groups, grassroots advocacy and innovative trail management solutions. CONTACT.|
|The Mount Wilson Bicycling Association was founded to advocate responsible trail use for mountain bikers in the San Gabriel Mountains. We are a part of Save the Trails, an umbrella group for trail advocacy in and around the San Gabriel Valley, and cooperate with CORBA, IMBA, PMBC, Mt Disappointment Endurance Run, and others. CONTACT.|
|San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization representing the interests of off-road cyclists and other non-motorized trail users in San Diego County. SDMBA’s goal is to unite mountain bike riders, retailers and manufacturers to speak with a coordinated and responsible voice in dealing with other trail users, land managers and policy makers. CONTACT.|
|The Santa Barbara Mountain Bike Trail Volunteers is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable trail access for all users with a focus on mountain bicyclists, and to maintaining the trails on which mountain bikers ride. SBMTV supports the conservation of open spaces and is committed to educating mountain bicyclists to ride sensitively and responsibly in order to protect the natural environment and the experience of other trail users. CONTACT.|
|SCV Trail Users (SCVTU) is comprised of passionate trail users who build, maintain and advocate for multi-use off-road trails in and around the Santa Clarita Valley area. SCVTU was formed in response to trail closures in the Santa Clarita area, and remains a strong advocate of safe and equal access for all non-motorized trail users. We will advocate for and help build trails to ensure all trail users in and around the Santa Clarita Valley are within walking or riding distance of an interconnected network of exciting local trails. SCVTU is a local committee of CORBA. CONTACT.|
|SHARE Mountain Bike Club is a non-profit, IMBA affiliated, organization dedicated to promoting responsible mountain biking.We organize trail work, we have educational programs, we host events, and we ride! Our trail maintenance programs are focused on the local (Orange County) State and County parks but we also help with work and events in the Cleveland National Forest. CONTACT.|
|Tehachapi Mountain Trails Association is a group for those that are into mountain biking, cycling and hiking, with a focus on creating and preserving multi use trails. Contact them at info@TehachapiTrails.com for more information.|