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Canyon Bike Giveaway Winner Announcement

Canyon Bike Giveaway Winner Announcement

Earlier this fall CAMTB partnered with Canyon and SRAM to help raise funding to support CAMTB’s state-level trail and cycling advocacy. Everyone who donated $5 or more to CAMTB by Nov 10 and was automatically entered into a drawing to win one of two stellar prizes – a new Canyon Spectral CF 8 K.I.S. (MSRP $4,699) or a new SRAM XX Eagle Transmission AXS Groupset (MSRP $2,299).

Two Lucky Donors

The winners of our fall Canyon Bike Giveaway are:
Grand Prize Canyon Bike Winner: Matthew Berry from San Francisco, CA (first-time donor)
2nd Prize SRAM Drivetrain Winner: Lalit Verma, Chapel Hill, NC (2nd-time donor)

Congratulations Matthew and Lalit!

What Your Donation Supports

CAMTB would like to thank everyone for their generous contributions to CAMTB. With your help, we raised over $10,000 to fuel our ongoing state-level mountain bike advocacy efforts, including:

Advancing Land Manager initiatives with the USFS and CA State Parks. CAMTB and its member organizations have two organized efforts that will help local trail organizations build productive relationships with and influence the policy of two of the largest land managers in the state.  

Supporting bike-friendly trail stewardship organizations in California with organizational and leadership development resources.

Tracking and influencing legislation that impacts cyclists, access to public lands, and funding for trails, as well as preserving and protecting outdoor spaces and places.

Running the freshly-minted CAMTB Teen Ambassador Program, which is educating and engaging the next generation of leaders in cycling advocacy. CAMTB is currently working with seven high school juniors, many of whom will join us at Sea Otter Classic!

It Takes a Village

CAMTB would also like to extend a huge thank you to Jaclyn Mayer, Phil Phifer, and the rest of the crew at Canyon, as well as  Sonja Johnson and the crew at SRAM for their continued support our our efforts here in the state!