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Access4Bikes Announces Giveaway of 2 Specialized Bikes to Fund Marin County Trails

Apr 29, 2022
by jojoruns  
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PRESS RELEASE: Access4Bikes

Access4Bikes, a Marin-based mountain bike trail advocacy foundation has announced they will be hosting a fundraiser to give away two Specialized mountain bikes: a Turbo Levo SS and a StumpJumper EVO SS. The SS designates these bikes as Soil Searching Editions, named for Specialized’s Soil Searching initiative which supports and highlights trail builders globally. The campaign, called “Double Down,” will reward two winners with one of these ultra-limited bikes from Specialized.

The tickets start at $10.00 a piece. One ticket buys one entry. The first prize winner will have the first pick of the two bikes, in the frame size of their choice. The second prize winner wins the remaining bike in their size. Tickets can be purchased on the website at https://access4bikesfoundation.givingfuel.com/double-down

Winners will be chosen on June 4th, 2022, which is National Trails Day. Entries will be accepted until June 3, 2022 at 11:59 pm.

One-hundred percent of the raffle proceeds will benefit Access4Bikes and the California Mountain Bike Coalition (CAMTB), whose missions are to build more mountain-bike accessible trails throughout Marin County and all of California, respectively.

According to Vernon Huffman, Executive Director of Access4Bikes Foundation, “We’re so excited to have Specialized as our sponsor for this year’s raffle. The bikes they are donating to the raffle are super rare – only 50 are being produced and none are available for sale to the public, so this is both a unique opportunity to own a truly rare mountain bike while raising money for a cause mountain bikers hold near and dear: more trails.”




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About Access4Bikes: Access4Bikes Foundation (A4BF) is a Marin County based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving mountain bike access, building and maintaining trails, and supporting our mountain biking community in Marin County. A4B is the only Marin based bike advocacy group whose sole mission is to provide mountain bikers more access to singletrack. The organization’s mission is to motivate and empower Marin mountain bikers to act in their own self-interest, and to get fair and reasonable access to the public trails in order to preserve the experience of trail riding for future generations. To learn more about Access4Bikes, visit access4bikes.com.

About CAMTB: The California Mountain Biking Coalition (CAMTB) represents something California has never had — a statewide voice for advocacy in California. CAMTB formed two years ago to bring a collective voice to Sacramento in support of policies and funding to increase mountain bike opportunities across the state. The mission of CAMTB is to improve and increase trail access for mountain biking throughout California by providing a unified statewide voice for organizations and individuals. For more information about the work that the California Mountain Bike Coalition does, visit camtb.org.

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20 Comments
  • 8 0
 You can see these bikes in person at Splitrock Tap & Wheel in downtown Fairfax: www.splitrocktapandwheel.com

I gawked at them last night while enjoying a Pliny the Elder… the best of both worlds!
  • 1 0
 Nice, thanks for the tip! The color looks stunning.
  • 4 0
 I'd almost rather be the second winner and not have to choose. Also should have gone with Marin bikes.
  • 3 0
 WHERE WAS THIS PHOTO TAKEN?!
  • 7 0
 37.96405158610597, -122.62358834001569
  • 2 2
 California, God's country.
  • 4 0
 @DylanH93: now belongs to Moloch
  • 3 0
 Sick! Vernon and the A4B crew are killing it!!
  • 1 0
 To be honest, I didn't know there were any legal mtn bike trails in Marin County!
  • 4 0
 There aren't. I believe that this non-profit's mission is to try and get some built or established.
  • 2 0
 What trails? You mean the ones that bikes aren't allowed on...
  • 4 0
 Well, I went back and actually read the article. Looks like they're pushing for trail advocacy and opening up more trails to bikes! I can get behind that!
  • 2 0
 Hell yeah A4B and CAMTB!
  • 1 0
 giving away e bikes cause thats the only bikes to ride on fire roads.
  • 1 0
 I peep new shock
  • 3 3
 Of course it's an e bike that is way oversized for anything in marin.
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