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Member Benefits

The Power of Membership

IMBA-SORBA uses the word association in its name for a reason. We're a formal group of like-minded people who want to ride their mountain bikes and have a great time doing it.  Individuals are the heart of our organization, but one person can't do it alone. We've come together, as an association, to be stronger, to have our voice heard. And we have been heard. Just look around the region at the great trails and strong chapters we have, and you know it's working. 

That's the real power of membership. Your membership makes all trails possible. 

But, members also enjoy special deals, programs and discounts.

Be sure your membership is current, and login to the website to enjoy your members' discount on all IMBA store purchases (including events and ICP). It's easy to register at, if you haven't already done so. 

Visit Join IMBA-SORBA for options on how to become a member.

Address Changes and/or Corrections

If you've moved, you can log in to your account and update your address. You can also see your giving history and membership status, and update your communication preferences and the information of your related organizations.

You can also contact IMBA-SORBA at [email protected] or 1-888-442-4622 and tell us your new address, or let us know if you're having a problem with your membership. 


Advantage Laser Products

Save the Trails while you Save the Environment

Every time you buy a toner or inkjet cartridge from Advantage Laser Products, they will donate 30% of the proceeds to SORBA. This is great for businesses too, setup a regular account.

They also buy empty toner and inkjet cartridges. This is a great way to insure that empty toner cartridges are recycled and you can make money at the same time. Click here for more info.

Shop their website at or call them at 404-351-2700, toll free 800-722-2804. Be sure to mention SORBA when placing your order.



SORBA Programs


National Mountain Bike Patrol

IMBA's National Mountain Bike Patrol (NMBP) program organizes and supports volunteer bike patrols throughout the United States and around the world. Patrollers provide assistance to hikers, equestrians, and especially mountain bikers. They give information, provides directions, help in minor repairs, and provide first aid. For more information on the NMBP visit