The California Mountain Biking Coalition would like to thank the following partners for their generous support of state-level trail advocacy for bicyclists in California. Their funding has allowed CAMTB to organize, launch, and grow into a 30-member strong trail partner community advocating for more and better bike-friendly trails in California.
Interested in supporting CAMTB? Learn more about partnership opportunities here.
CAMTB Partner Community
In addition to creating great brews, Sierra Nevada believes that freedom is in the great outdoors. It’s where we recharge and where we cut loose to feel most connected. But our favorite places to play are vulnerable. Their maintenance is underfunded while foot traffic keeps growing—a divergence that is wearing out our wild lands.
That’s why Sierra Nevada launched Take Back Our Trails: to uphold our trails and rivers through action and advocacy. Alongside partner organizations and explorers like CAMTB, they’re committed to hands-on restoration and upkeep, and they’ll champion the link between the outdoors and well-being.
SRAM is part of a global movement to build community and improve health and the environment through cycling. With rider volunteers and partners, we advocate for better access, opportunity, policy, and infrastructure. SRAM celebrates diverse riders, diverse places to ride, and diverse kinds of riding: MTB, Road, Gravel, Urban, and Everyday. All of this happens only through the united action of rider volunteers, allied companies, and nonprofit partners. Their dedicated commitment to expanding cycling’s opportunities should never be underestimated.
SRAM® is a manufacturer of innovative bicycle components founded in Chicago, Illinois, in September of 1987, with the invention of its first product, Grip Shift®. Throughout its 37-year history, SRAM has focused on innovative product development in all cycling disciplines. SRAM has also acquired some of cycling’s most exciting brands, including RockShox®, Zipp®, Quarq®, TIME®, and most recently adding Hammerhead® and Velocio®. With 4000-plus employees, offices, and manufacturing in 16 countries, SRAM is the world’s second-largest manufacturer of bike parts.
What started life in founder Roman Arnold’s garage as Radsport Arnold has evolved into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of road, mountain, triathlon, fitness, urban and kids’ bikes as well as modern e-bikes. Officially renamed in 2002, Canyon works hand-in-hand with the best athletes on the planet to produce an array of award-winning bikes that embody a pure passion for riding. With a strong reputation for true innovation, implementing leading technologies, clean and clear design as well as the highest standards in quality and service, Canyon continues to expand worldwide, selling more bikes outside of its native Germany than within since 2008. As a pioneering direct sales brand, Canyon products are exclusively available online at www.canyon.com
e*thirteen‘s passion lies in fearlessly engineering rider solutions, but it doesn’t stop there. e*thirteen is a global organization with a diversified footprint; its team is committed to making a difference for you, their partners, and the natural world we all share. With its global reach and objectives, e*thirteen invites riders of all types to join them and build towards a shared vision of the ultimate ride: a healthy planet full of accessible trails and a community of riders sharing great experiences together.
Marin Bikes are Made For Fun. Since the first mountain bikes bearing the Marin Bikes name debuted in 1986, the brand has been dedicated to enriching the lives of our riders by making fun, high-caliber bicycles, which provide years of riding enjoyment. We operate a business based on hard work, fueled by passion, and fulfilled by the satisfaction of bringing the joy of cycling to riders across the world.
Kitsbow was established in Sonoma County, California eight years ago by dedicated mountain bikers and apparel industry veterans. Because its designers have logged years in the saddle, each detail is obsessively considered. Every element — down to zippers and reflective piping — is vetted for quality, style, and durability. Relocating its manufacturing to Old Fort, North Carolina in 2019, Kitsbow is committed to a Made to Order manufacturing model, minimizing waste and maximizing flexibility to serve the customer. Kitsbow already makes over 50% of its products in the U.S.A. and is on track to be making all of its products in-house by 2021.