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Jenson throws substantial support behind IMBA’s fall membership drive

Jenson USA Supports IMBA This Weekend

Jenson USA has stepped up in a big way to support IMBA’s fall membership drive, which just completed its most successful September on record with 1,253 new and renewing members and $33,317 being directed toward local IMBA chapters. 

Jenson USA worked with its vendors to provide a complete, full-suspension bike and ten weekly product giveaways to help encourage people to support both IMBA and their local IMBA chapters during September and October. 

“As Jenson USA’s CEO and an IMBA board member, I’m excited to partner with IMBA in its fall membership drive to support excitement around the value of becoming a member or renewing your membership,” said Mike Cachat. “Jenson USA has partnered with key brands in providing weekly giveaways worth over $10,000, which includes some of the best cycling gear on the market. I'm really proud of all the work IMBA is doing and couldn't think of a better way to use our time and resources then to help with this membership drive."

Since 2004, Cachat’s company has contributed generously to IMBA’s mission of creating, enhancing and protecting great places to ride mountain bikes. IMBA thanks both Jenson USA and Cachat for their ongoing support!

Jenson USA is also hosting a special ride and lunch with IMBA’s board of directors, executive director Dave Wiens, Fox Racing Pro Kirt Voreis, and other high-level staff in Riverside, Calif., on Saturday, October 21 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Industry members are invited to join and can register online here.


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3 comments
  • aw_gooner

    10/17/2017 6:01 PM

    Everyone is going to be partying at Snow Summit closing weekend.

  • bman33

    10/17/2017 10:47 AM

    I find it very difficult to support much of anything IMBA does regarding trail maintenance/building. Sterilized, almost gravel path construction template.

  • TEAMROBOT

    10/17/2017 9:37 AM

    IMBA sucks.

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