The Clymb, IMBA, and 529 Partner To Raise Money for IMBA's Trail Building Fund

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The Clymb, IMBA, and 529 Partner To Raise Money for IMBA’s Trail Building Fund

Friday, October 22, 2010
TheClymb.com, a member-only e-commerce site for the outdoor, snow sports and cycling communities, has quickly become the go-to destination for the best gear deals online. Now they’re giving back to the mountain bike community through a joint partnership with IMBA and Project 529.
First off, The Clymb is giving you $10 for simply signing up!  That’s free cash towards gear from Knolly, Kona, Dakine, Zoic, Luna, and IMBA.  All you have to do is click here (http://www.theclymb.com/IMBAinvitesyou) and signup.  When’s the last time someone handed you $10 simply for registering?  No strings attached.
Second, make a purchase on The Clymb and they’ll donate another $10 to the IMBA trail building fund.

Let’s recap… The Clymb is forking over $20 to support your passion for mountain biking.  $10 towards gear for you and another $10 towards trails for you to use that gear.  Unless you’re into rollerblading and have come to this site by mistake, this should get you stoked.

IMBA’s also offering gear on The Clymb at a 40% discount for the month of October.  And for all you that aren’t members of IMBA, you can get a free tee-shirt for signing up through The Clymb.
As if that weren’t enough, Project 529, a grass roots team out of the Pacific Northwest will donate up to $2,500 to IMBA, $1 for each of the first 2,500 riders that register on The Clymb, using this link (http://www.theclymb.com/IMBAinvitesyou).
This is a great opportunity for the mountain bike community to step up and raise some cash to help support IMBA trail building efforts.  Before you put your bike away for the season, sign-up at The Clymb, get some MTB gear, and in the process help IMBA get more trails built and maintained so you’ve got some smooth singletrack to rip this coming spring.
See you on the trail!

About The Clymb.

The Clymb is the industry-leading venue for connecting premium outdoor and sport brands with dedicated outdoor enthusiasts, athletes and professionals. Exclusive arrangements with our partner brands allow members access to pricing as low as 70% below retail on apparel, footwear and equipment from an elite group of premium manufacturers.

The Clymb is a private online community. Members shape the user network by inviting like-minded friends and colleagues. Membership is free, but is by invitation only.

The Clymb was founded in 2009 in Portland, Oregon by a seasoned team of outdoor and sport industry executives with one goal: innovating product distribution for the benefit of core consumers while protecting the integrity of our valued partner brands.

About IMBA.  The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit educational association whose mission is to create, enhance and preserve great trail experiences for mountain bikers worldwide.

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.

About Project 529.  Project 529 is a group of 9-2-5 professionals, from computer nerds to coffee house baristas, that have a passion for cycling.  Whether it’s introducing newbies to the sport or winning the Fluidride Cup Pro Men’s championship, Project 529 is out there participating in the community.
Project 529 was co-founded by Clinton Fowler and J Allard in 2005 and has grown from 5 riders participating in gravity mountain biking to over 30 members participating in gravity, cross country, road, cyclocross, triathlons, and adventure rides and races.  Learn more about Project 529 at www.project529.com.
Source: Clinton Fowler
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