CAMTB attends Recreation Roundtable with Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship & CA Natural Resources Agency.

CAMTB attends Recreation Roundtable with Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship & CA Natural Resources Agency.

In late April, Michael Anzalone, CAMTB Executive Director, and Steve Messer, Board President of CAMTB took part in a Recreation Roundtable with the California Natural Resources Agency, Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship, US Forest Service, and Sierra Nevada Conservancy. Organized by our partners at Outdoor Alliance, the two-day meeting gave the CNRA leadership the opportunity to learn more about the SBTS’ […]

California Recreational Trail Plan Update

California Recreational Trail Plan Update

California State Parks has quietly begun the process of updating the California Recreational Trails Plan. They began seeking public input through the first of a series of meetings last month. They’re asking the public to take a survey asking what you think of the goals of the Recreational Trails Plan (see slides below), and whether you have any recommended additions […]

DOI Federal Agencies Release E-Bike Draft Regulations

On April 8, 2020, four federal agencies under the Department of the Interior announced proposed rules governing the use of electric mountain bikes. The rules are available for review and open for public comment.  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Reclamation and Bureau of Land Management were required to update their respective regulations to accommodate e-bikes […]

Nonprofit Resources to Navigate Covid19 Pandemic

In these unprecedented times when we’re making new adaptations daily, nonprofits such as those serving and representing the mountain biking community throughout the country are facing the downturns that typically follow an economic collapse. But this is so much more. People’s lives are at stake, and public health and safety take precedence. The resilience of our funding sources, our respective […]

Pandemic PSA

We know this sucks. Let’s do all that we can to get back to normal. We are committed to protecting the health of the public and mountain bikers.  Here are some things you can do to keep everybody safe, to get back on the trail, and to keep the trails open:  STAY HOME IF YOU’RE SICK. Period. This goes without […]

Kitsbow partners with CAMTB

Our Founder’s Round of funding is ongoing. Donors know that they will be receiving a CAMTB T-shirt for donations of $100 or more. We’re super excited to announce that those T-shirts will be organic cotton, sewn in the USA, custom Kitsbow T-shirts. We’re excited to have Kitsbow on board as an apparel sponsor. With a shared passion for trails and […]

Announcing our Founder’s Round of Funding

As we enter the new year, we’re hitting the ground running. We’re opening our Founder’s round of funding between now and February 29, 2020. Founding Contributions by passionate mountain bikers and advocates like you will be used to:  Please give generously and help us keep rolling forward for More Trails, Better Trails in California:   CAMTB was voted  “Trailforks Advocate of […]

Trailforks Advocates of the Year

While we were a little surprised to see Pinkbike’s Trailforks name the California Mountain Biking Coalition among its Advocates of the Year for 2019, we are deeply honored. There are many organizations, including the other Trailforks Advocacy awards recipients, who are making great things happen for mountain biking. The honor from Trailforks came as a surprise to us, considering we […]

Patrick Brady Named Interim Executive Director For CAMTB

Veteran journalist to lead new advocacy organization Santa Rosa, Calif. —The California Mountain Biking Coalition, the first-ever statewide advocacy organization serving mountain bikers has named an interim executive director, veteran journalist Patrick Brady. Brady is an award-winning journalist known as the publisher of the blog Red Kite Prayer as well as the Paceline podcast. His features have appeared everywhere from […]

Introducing the California Mountain Biking Coalition

We’re proud to announce that CAMTB received our nonprofit EIN on October 29. We are official! Save the date for our next statewide conference call, December 3, 2019 at 6 pm. Details will be posted on our CAMTB Slack channel emailed to our organizational contacts. We’re accepting applications for an Interim Executive Director, and nominations to our board of directors and several committees. There’s lots to […]