The California Mountain Biking Coalition is indebted to our sponsors. Their funding has allowed CAMTB to organize and launch. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities here.

Eureka Level ($15000+)

Jins Eyewear

Jins features a unique service bringing glasses to you in 30-minutes, while offering a variety of lens options including JINS SCREEN, that blocks harmful blue light from digital devices. We help our customers see the world better, but we’d also like to make the world a better place to see. That’s why we developed Cases for Causes — when you buy a Cases for Causes case, 100% of all sales goes back to local nonprofits. Whether it’s promoting cultural diversity or protecting wildlife, each of the organizations empowered by this program is slowly changing the world.

Prospector Level (>$5000)

Sierra Nevada

In addition to creating some great brews, Sierra Nevada believes that freedom is in the great outdoors. It’s where we unplug to recharge, 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.


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.