Jim Dellavalle has competed in the sport of off-road mountian biking for more then a decade 2001-2011 and climbing from the expert ranks to pro level in downhill, dual slalom and professional freestyle cycling. Jim is experienced in all aspects of design, layout and construction for walking and mountain bike trails, as well as bike parks. He has been a trail design consultant and trail construction contractor for 20 years. Jim understands sustainable trail design, following IMBA standards and he strives to reduce the environmental footprint of trails on the landscape. He has experience with mechanized machinery and trail design equipment that reduces environmental impacts to the environment. From his home in the Poconos, Jim as a Ride Leader and programmer for the “Trips For Kids” Pocono Chapter. He is the Head Coach for Madd March Racing, a branch of Off-Road cycling Camps Worldwide. He currently stewards trails in NY,NJ and PA with local IMBA volunteer cycling clubs. He is aware of current trends in the off-road cycling and he strives to educate and teach the younger generation by facilitating the construction of “ progressive” trail networks and bike parks design. Jim Dellavalle is also available for presentations on the art of trail sculpting, progressive biking trail designs, and the art of road to trail conversions. Lastly, Jim organizes monthly riding events, dovetailed with trail appreciation and education programs for volunteer / non-profit groups in the Tri State area. Since 2001, Jim has designed cycling freestyle specific tracks and dirt pumps and appeared in films for Brownstone Beam Tech, and Nat Bartholomew.
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