2021 CAMTB Annual Fund

Help us raise $50k for California trails by Dec 15!

California Mountain Biking Coalition is please to announce the launch of the CAMTB Annual Fund, which will be used to support bike-friendly trail advocacy efforts across the state.  Our 25 (and growing) regional trail advocacy organizations are the life blood of many of our favorite riding trails in California. CAMTB’s state-level advocacy work, in conjunction with its members’ local efforts, will help ensure that more and better trails are available for generations to come.  

If you love bike-friendly trails as much as we do, please support CAMTB with a generous one-time or sustaining monthly donation today!

We accept donations of cash, goods, or in-kind services. Note that as a 501(c)4, donations to CAMTB are not tax-deductible. Alternatively, you can choose to become a corporate community partner.

Contributions by passionate mountain bikers and advocates like you will be used to:

  • Underwrite our lobbying efforts in Sacramento and track and Influence regional, state, and federal legislation that positively impacts trails and trail users in California
  • Protect and restore the places we love to ride through environmentally friendly trail design and upkeep
  • Actively engage the leadership of influential land managers like CA State Parks and the U.S. Forest Service
  • Cultivate a culturally rich and diverse community of mountain bikers in California by creating pathways to leadership in outdoor advocacy for BIPOC, LATINX, LGBTQ+ and adaptive riders
  • Engage the next generation of trail advocates through CAMTB’s Youth Ambassador Program
  • Create a collaborative resource hub for our member trail advocacy organizations
  • Host capacity building education programs for California trail advocates

Donations by check are also welcome, made payable to CAMTB, PO BOX 1123, Santa Rosa, CA  95402

Already a CAMTB supporter? THANK YOU!!!! Please also consider sharing CAMTB with a friend to help build the critical mass necessary to influence those responsible for managing our natural resources in California.