For over two decades SBMTV volunteers have provided sustainable trail maintenance, user education, and stewardship for the Santa Barbara area trails.

You can become part of this trail community.  Join in on our monthly second Sunday trail work events, Sunday trail rides, and cooperative trail events like State Trails Day.

 


2017 IMBA Dig In Campaign

The 2017 IMBA Dig In Campaign is putting dollars directly toward 68 active, approved mountain bike projects in 31 states, including Santa Barbara’s Buckhorn Trail. Collectively, these IMBA chapter projects represent 500 miles of new trails, the maintenance/improvement of another 140 miles of trails, and 10 new bike parks/pumptracks. From massive, multi-use singletrack systems of 20 miles or more to an area’s first-ever bike-only DH trail to high school mountain bike racing courses, these 68 projects will improve communities, change lives and make mountain biking even more awesome.

Now through December 31, 2017, make a tax-deductible donation to the project near you; donate to all of the projects at once; or shop with one of our partners that is kicking back a portion of profits to these hard-working chapters.

How to Donate

The link provided below displays all the bike trail projects in California, with our very own Buckhorn Project highlighted. You can either click “support all projects” or click the link “View More” on our project to donate to the expansion of our local trail!

 

Help expand Buckhorn Trail and California’s trail network by making a donation here!

 

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