SANTA FE, NM (BRAIN) — Legendary mountain bike racer Ned Overend is joining IMBA's honorary board, while racer Rebecca Rusch, already a member of the board, is taling over as its chair.
Overend is a four-time NORBA national championships and winner of the first-ever UCI World Championships. He remains a member of Specialized R&D team and captains the company's cross-country race squad.
Rusch is the four-time champion and course record holder of the Leadville Trail 100 and a three-time winner of the 24-hour Solo World Championship. Rusch also organizes a series of female ride initiatives called the SRAM Gold Rusch Tour, an event that combines race & training clinics at major bike events, female media camps and an all-girls MTB camp in her hometown of Ketchum, Idaho.