Airborne Mountain Bike Club of the Treasure Coast-Florida, Inc. is a Florida Not For Profit Corporation established in 2004.  Airborne has a simple objective:  More, Better Trails.

 

Airborne supports the Treasure Coast MTB community by providing volunteer labor and funding tool & material requirements for trail maintenance at local trails, primarily the Fort Pierce Trail in St. Lucie County, Halpatiokee Park in Martin County, and Grassy Island Trail in Okeechobee. Airborne works with the local government to expand, improve, and support local and regional trail biking.  We act as a connection between riders and land managers, working to improve the level of understanding of land managers with respect to mountain biking.

We also serve mountain bikers outside the area by providing accurate local trail information.

Airborne has an agreement with the landowners to provide access to the Ft. Pierce MTB trail.  Current Airborne members who have signed a waiver are covered by the club's insurance policy and can legally ride the trail.  No motorized use is allowed which includes e-bikes & pedal assist.

Airborne Club Leadership Team

Officers

President - Dave Medina

Vice President- TJ Nonato

Board Members

Tim Carbaugh          Brian Lange

Glen Gramling          Robert Ridle

Melibe Kutyna

Club Insurance and FTF Specialist  Chad Stringfellow

 

Social & Event Coordinator  

Juliana Catalfumo

Event Grub Masters

Jeremy & Shannon Doner

Trail Care Coordinators

Ft. Pierce-  Forrest Kutyna, Connor Teel

Halpatiokee-  Phil Pacini

Grassy Island-  Scott Dawson