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About Us
Celebrating 25 Years! The Piedmont Fat Tire Society is dedicated to the education, promotion, and enrichment of sustainable mountain biking trails and the communities they serve. Nonprofit, 501(c)3.

With an organized effort we hope to accomplish many goals. One major goal being to bring a positive attitude toward mountain biking in general by maintaining existing trails and developing new ones.
In the News
Greensboro area home to some of the best mountain biking trails in NC
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The People Behind the Trails
Board of Directors
Andrea Miller
 – President
Carrie Council
 – Vice President
Donna Gardner
 – Secretary
Mark Gatehouse
 – Trail Advocate
Michelle Canada
 – Treasurer
 – Trail Maintenance
Cam Necko
 – Marketing
Stephen Willis
 – Race Coordinator
Tommy Murfee
 – Membership
Aubrey Ravenel
 – Sponsorship
Scott Vines
Trail Captains
Owl’s Roost
 : Don Henza & Derik Broach
Wild Turkey
 : Matt Schweitzer
Blue Heron
 : Jason Dalton
Reedy Fork
 : Volunteer Needed!
Bald Eagle
 : Fritz Neal
Country Park
 : Scott Vines
 : Matt Hoffman
Rich Fork
 : Jason Jenkins
Moore's Springs
 : Wayne Miller
The “Zone”
 : Zach Martin
SORBA (Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association) is a member-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, officially chartered organization devoted to promoting land access, trail preservation, and new trail development in order to enhance mountain bike touring, racing, fun, and fellowship for all mountain bicyclists in the southeastern United States.

We publish the “Trail News” four times a year to keep members informed of important issues and developments in the world of mountain biking. We hold our mountain bike events to raise awareness of land access and trail maintenance, to ride, to race, and to just have fun. Membership in SORBA entitles you to some great things, come join us!
About IMBA U.S.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational association.

MISSION: To create, enhance and protect great places to ride mountain bikes.

VISION: To engage all mountain bikers to stand up for trails.

Since 1988, IMBA has been bringing out the best in mountain biking by encouraging low-impact riding, volunteer trail work participation, cooperation among different trail user groups, grassroots advocacy and innovative trail management solutions. IMBA’s staff, chapters, clubs and members work to benefit the entire mountain bike community.
We create a powerful voice for trails, public lands and management policies that welcome bikes.
We advocate for mountain bike access and acceptance nationwide.
We build sustainable trails and bike facilities to make mountain biking more accessible.
We teach environmentally responsible trail building and trail etiquette practices.
We inspire more people to experience the outdoors on bicycles.
We educate bike groups on how to organize and make mountain biking better at the local level.

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