OCTOBER 2019 - SHESUMMITS / NSMBA DIG DAY FOR AMTB TRAIL
OCTOBER 2019 - ACCESSIBLE MEDIA INC. (AMI) INTERVIEW
OCTOBER 2018 - WESTERN MOUNTAIN BIKE ADVOCACY SYMPOSIUM / NSMBA & IMBA CANADA
Elladee Brown hosted a panel discussion with Mike Riediger of Kootenay Sufferfest, Ethan Krueger, Matthew Trotter and Alex Marshall as aMTB athletes, builders, and advocates and how they are developing new guidelines for aMTB trail design and how you can adapt your current organization to meet the needs of adaptive mountain bikes.
SEPTEMBER 2018 - NSMBA
JUNE 2018 - FRONT LINES PODCAST
ADAPTIVE MOUNTAIN BIKING ROUNDTABLE -
For the 3rd Panel Discussion of the Podcast we hear from four Adaptive Mountain Bikers: Jeremy McGhee of SportON USA and the UnPavement, Ethan Krueger of Adaptive MTB Trails, Andrew Liddawi of Break the Boundary and past guest Tara Llanes of Tara Llanes Industries. We discuss aMTB rating systems, barriers on trails and off and what trail associations and builders can do.
MAY 2018 - KOOTENAY MOUNTAIN CULTURE
MAY 2018 - REVELSTOKE REVIEW
APRIL 2018 - TRAILTIMES.CA
SEPTEMBER 2017 - REVELSTOKE MTB SYMPOSIUM
Janis Neufeld (NABS-Nakusp and Area Bike Society), Mike Koolen (North Slocan Trail Society), Mark Wood (Trail Holistics), and Tara Llanes (Tara Llanes Industries) presented on how far aMTB has come, working with communities on barrier free trails, and guidance when building a purpose-built aMTB trail.
The MTB Tourism Symposium is a gathering of creative minds with a vested interest in advancing the future of mountain bike tourism in British Columbia. Our goal is to unify the voice of the mountain biking industry, and discuss the opportunities we have to make mountain biking better for both residents and visitors alike.
FEBRUARY 2017 - UBC PHYSIO FORUM
Tara Llanes spoke at a UBC physio student forum.
NOVEMBER 2016 - FRONT LINES PODCAST
SECOND CHANCES: HOW TRAIL ASSOCIATIONS CAN REDUCE BARRIES FOR ADAPTIVE MTB'S
NOVEMBER 2016 - IMBA CANADA / FVMBA
Presentation on aMTB at the trail management systems for riders, builders, and trail associations meeting.