Love trails and your rig? Well, good news – e*thirteen is hosting its biggest sale ever and donating 5% of ALL online sales from 11/23-11/28 to the California Mountain Biking Coalition’s statewide advocacy efforts!


Give Thanks for Trails

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e*thirteen is back for its 2nd installment of support for more and better bike-friendly trails in California! During its biggest sale ever, e*thirteen is giving back to the trails by donating 5% of all proceeds from Wednesday, November 23 until Monday, November 28, to CAMTB’s statewide trail and cycling advocacy efforts in California.  Upgrade your rig today and e*thirteen will donate 5% of all purchases made by Nov 28, 2023.

About Our Advocacy

The California Mountain Biking Coalition’s mission is to expand and enhance bike-friendly trails throughout California by providing a unifying statewide platform for trail riders across the state. CAMTB and its members are working hard to expand trail access for bicycles in California while protecting the natural landscapes we love to ride, and the trail systems that take us to, through, and from them. 

Together with our member community, we advocate for more and better bike-friendly trails by: 

  • Engaging major land managers, like
    CA State Parks and the U.S. Forest Service 
  • Tracking and influencing State & Federal legislation and elections; and 
  • Engaging and activating the larger mountain biking and gravel riding community in California

we*thirteen in Action

Dig. Ride. Connect: Tahoe Edition – Phase I

Last holiday season, e*thirteen raised $8,000 to support two trail projects in California. For the first, CAMTB teamed up with Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association (TAMBA) to support a new trail project in the Lake Tahoe region. The Kaspian Rim Trail is a new section of bike-legal single track in the Stanford Rock Trail network of Tahoe National Forest.  Dig.Ride.Connect: Tahoe Edition brought together 40+ trail builders from the CAMTB community to support TAMBA’s West Shore trail crew. Together the crew constructed and shaped approximately 1.5 miles of new technical single track that will add a fun and scenic alternative to the local network.

Dig. Ride. Connect: Tahoe Edition – Phase II

Next spring, CAMTB will host the follow-up, Dig.Ride.Connect: Angeles Edition, to support Mount Wilson Bicycling Association]’s trail rehabilitation efforts in a section of the forest that was lost to the Bobcat Fire of 2020. This rugged and remote landscape in the San Gabriel Mountains is located on the east side of LA county and boasts some of the steepest and most rugged terrain in the region. Many of the trails in the region were devastated by the Bobcat Fire, which burned over 114,000 acres.  Now after two years, MWBA is leading recovery efforts in the area. Dig.Ride.Connect: Angeles Edition will bring together trail builders from the CAMTB community to support MWBA’s efforts to restore these valuable public resources.

Dig. Ride. Connect: TBD Edition – Phase III

Proceeds raised from this year’s we*thirteen holiday sales events will be used to support our next installment of Dig. Ride. Connect. Stay tuned for more details on that project in the months ahead.