The Sierra Oddity Bike Give Away

The Sierra Oddity Bike Give Away

We asked and you stepped up to help support state-level trail advocacy in California. Thanks to the generous support of the riding community CAMTB raised nearly $30,000!

This spring Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, PAUL Component, and Oddity Cycles teamed up with CAMTB to support state-level trail advocacy for mountain bikers in California. The Sierra Oddity Give Away, helped us take trail advocacy to the next level AND gave our supporters a chance to take home a custom made Oddity Cycles single speed, titanium mountain bike.

The winner of the Sierra Oddity Give Away are:

  • Grand Prize: Sierra Oddity Bike – Mike Pountney of  Alameda, California
  • First Runner Up: CAMTB Kitsbow Icon Shirt – Jim Leissler of Portland, Oregon
  • Second Runner Up: CAMTB Kitsbow Henley Shirt – Sandor Lengyel of Lake Tahoe, California

Congratulations Mike, Jim and Sandor!

Grand Prize: Complete custom built titanium Oddity Cycles single-speed mountain bike – a one-of-a-kind dirt jammer (prize value: $11,654 USD).

Give Away Details

Your donation to the California Mountain Biking Coalition will help fuel our ongoing state level mountain bike advocacy efforts, including working with land managers like CA State Parks and the U.S Forest Service, as well as tracking and influencing legislation and elections that impact access to public lands and natural resource conservation. Increase your contribution to unlock additional entries.

  • $5= 1 Entry
  • $10= 2 Entries
  • $25= 6 Entries (1 free entry)
  • $50= 13 Entries (3 free entries)
  • $75= 20 Entries (5 free entries)
  • $100= 30 Entries (10 free entries)
  • $150= 50 Entries (20 free entries)
  • $200= 70 Entries (30 free entries)
  • $500= 200 Entries (100 free entries)
    (Scale repeats with each $500 increment)

That means a $1,000 donation provides 400 chances to win the exciting Grand Prize Sierra Oddity



A Statewide Voice for Mountain Bikers

The California Mountain Biking Coalition CAMTB leverages the collective voice of California mountain bikers and other human-powered trail riders to expand and enhance bike-friendly trails in California. Together, and with support our 30-member organizations, we advocate for the larger mountain biking community by:

  • Providing a unified voice for California mountain bikers across the state
  • Engaging Legislators and Major Land Managers
  • Tracking and influencing legislation and elections that pertain to trails and access to public lands for mountain biking
  • Cultivating, connecting, and developing shared resources for our member community 
  • Facilitating a member-led Advisory Council, our MTB brain-trust
  • Amplifying the amazing land stewardship being undertaken by our member organizations
  • Building Cooperative Cross-Pollinated Community of MTB riders in California

About Sierra Nevada

Turns out, good beer can do a lot of good.

Sierra Nevada shook things up in the ’80s, launching a beer revolution that’s in full force today. Sierra keeps pushing boundaries, whether that’s in the brewhouse, with sustainability, or in the great outdoors. Ken Grossman started Sierra Nevada with a hand-built brewhouse and the odds stacked against him. In 1980, that patchwork of pipes, pumps and tanks began making beers that forever changed the course of American craft brewing.

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About PAUL component

Go Nowhere in Life

To places where nature ate the trail markers. And the skat is fresh. And the photos you’re taking will never do the scenery justice.

How well your components function and withstand the hostility of terrain depends entirely on how it’s built. How utilitarian, simple, and serviceable components are beyond cell service in the middle of nowhere depends entirely on the practicality of the engineer who designed it and his obsession over parts that make sense.

Every PAUL component is 100% American made with 100% American sourced aluminum of the highest grade. We abuse, test, and evaluate our prototypes to know where to reinforce and where to shave grams from the metal. Our parts look weird. We have an “inadvertent aesthetic” that’s born naturally from our unorthodox methods and beliefs, so over the years, we’ve attracted a certain crowd.

We’ve been doing it our way since the 80s, and we’re building stuff now we could never have conceived of back then. Our current engineers and techs are the best we’ve ever had, and we’re always working on (secret) projects that’ll blow your mind. We can’t wait to tell you bike nerds all about them.

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Terms & Conditions

By donating to CAMTB you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions:

  • The “CAMTB Sierra Nevada Oddity Give Away” is open to US residents, 21 years and older only.
  • The “CAMTB Sierra Nevada Oddity Give Away” is being conducted by California Mountain Biking Coalition, a non-profit 501(c)4 corporation under the laws of the State of California.
  • Submitted form information may be shared with our 3rd party partners, including Sierra Nevada Brewing.
  • There is no limit to the number of entries one person may receive.
  • Sierra Nevada and CAMTB staff, board members, and their spouses are not eligible to participate in this drawing.
  • Donations can be made by credit card only. Processing fees are not counted towards the donation amount.
  • Donation amounts can be made in $5 increments.
  • Donation/Entry Schedule:
    • $5= 1 Entry
    • $10= 2 Entries
    • $25= 6 Entries (1 free entry)
    • $50= 13 Entries (3 free entries)
    • $75= 20 Entries (5 free entries)
    • $100= 30 Entries (10 free entries)
    • $150= 50 Entries (20 free entries)
    • $200= 70 Entries (30 free entries)
    • $500= 200 Entries (100 free entries)
    • (Scale repeats with each $500 increment)
  • Individuals who purchase or renew a membership to an affiliated CAMTB Member Organization between by April 28 at 11:59 pm pacific will automatically receive one (1) entry. Proof of purchase required for redemption. For a complete list of CAMTB affiliates visit
  • By IRS declaration, ticket purchases for valuable prizes are not eligible for charitable tax deductions.
  • Odds of winning will depend on the amount of donations received.
  • Donations can be made by the following methods: on the internet at:
  • All donations must be received with full payment no later than 11:59PM on April 29, 2022.
  • Prize: One prize will be given away. The winning Individual will receive One (1) Custom titanium Oddity Mountain Bike (Estimated Value $11,654 USD).
  • Grand Prize cannot be exchanged.
  • Drawing will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2022 at 12:00pm pacific at a location determined by the CAMTB. The winner will be determined by random selection.
  • Winners will be notified by email within one (1) day of the drawing.
  • The prize winner is solely responsible for all local, state and federal taxes, title, transfer fees, license duties, insurance and all expenses incurred in claiming the prize. The Grand Prize winner understands, acknowledges, and agrees that they are receiving a prize and will hereby release and discharge CAMTB, and any additional sponsors, agents, officers, directors and legal representatives and assigns from any and all claims, liabilities, damages, losses or expenses arising from or caused by the award of such prize, including, but not limited to the payment of any and all taxes that are due.
  • Prize must be claimed by Dec 31, 2022. Any unclaimed prize after that date will constitute forfeiture and be transferred to CAMTB as a donation.
  • CAMTB, its Board of Directors, and its agents assume no liability for lost, late, misdirected, mutilated, incomplete, illegible, or entries without payment which will be deemed invalid and disqualified.
  • The decisions and rules of CAMTB are final on all matters concerning the drawing.
  • Void where prohibited by law.
  • No purchase necessary to enter the drawing. To enter without purchase, mail a handwritten postcard to Administrator at: CAMTB, P.O. Box 1123, Santa Rosa, CA 95402. Containing your (i) full name (if a minor, your parent/legal guardian’s name as well); (2) mailing address, including street address, city, state/district, and zip code (P.O. boxes not accepted); (3) telephone number; (4) email address; (5) date of birth; and (6) a statement that, “I have read, understand, and agree to be bound by the Official Rules for the “CAMTB Sierra Nevada Oddity Give Away”. All write-in entries must be postmarked by April 22, 2022 and received by April 27, 2022. There is a limit of one (1) write-in entry per person.

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