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Flagler Area Biking Presents Check for Volunteer Hours

On April 16th SORBA FAB presented a check to the Flagler County Board of Commissioners that symbolized the volunteer hours donated at Mala Compra Green Way Trail. Our chapter has saved the county $13,248.00 in one year since the signing of our Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

Without FAB’s contributions, our county would lose thousands of dollars for trails — dollars that help maintain your favorite trails and create new access.

This is why it is vital that you help protect the places we ride. Please donate today. As a thank you, I’ll send you a free gift—our limited-edition Hand Stitched Polo Shirt. Your tax-deductible donation directly supports our advocates who are working hard all over the tri-county area (St. Augustine, Flagler, Volusia) for you and your sport. Your support continues our work:

  • Opening, building and maintaining trails for mountain bikes at 3 counties
  • Developing bike parks in cities and towns across these counties
  • Working with local Land Managers, and Saint John’s River Water Management to manage and expand the miles of trails open to bikes
  • Providing guidance and leadership training for mountain bike advocates and land managers at state and local parks
  • Purchasing building material for future technical features
  • Purchasing tools and food supplies for our volunteer trail care crews


Access to your favorite trail is not guaranteed. If you want to continue enjoying the trails you love, support the advocates that protect your right to ride them now. Please give today and ask your friends, too. Help us spread the word.

Thank you for helping us to make a difference.


Josh Frankenberry — President of Flagler Area Biking Chapter of IMBA/SORBA