2013 IMBA Australasian Summit, Oct 14 – 17

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IMBA Australia is proud to announce that we are hosting and organising a regional trails summit for the Asia Pacific Region in Tropical Far North Queensland, at the Cairns Convention Centre.

This year’s Regional Summit is a chance for celebrating trail development and access for mountain bike riders in our part of the globe as well as to learn about cutting edge trail developments and solutions from NZ, Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia to name a few. We are seeking attendance from all those who are involved in mountain bike trail provision in your homeland or aboard. We want you to be involved. It will be inaugural event or a biennial regional trails summit that aims to guide the future of trail development and set high standards for the provision of MTB tourism.

Together we can help all communities, big or small, to create world class MTB experiences for health, happiness and enhanced visitation. So, the call is out. We are seeking, land managers, bike industry reps, trail builders, regional planners and mountain bike trail advocates to be part of this inspiring and knowledge sharing event. We are bringing the fun format of the IMBA World Summit to you, so don’t miss out!

As part of the Summit we are planning rides at Smithfield MTB Park, Kuranda’s DH Track and the brand new trails in the Tablelands at Atherton and Mareeba. The trails and scenery will astound you!

Stay tuned for updates and further speaker announcements!

For more information about the event, and to register please click here.

Do you have something to say?

Naturally to develop a full and extensive program, with content focussed on contemporary and innovative mountain bike projects or programs, we want to hear from all corners of the Asia Pacific Region. If you are working on something special, or have new trail research to share, we encourage you to consider making a presentation. Breakout sessions are still available so if you would like to present at this year’s summit please contact Nick Bowman – [email protected]

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