Donate to Support San Diego Trails & You Could Win Your Dream Bike from Canyon

Sep 9, 2020
by Susie Murphy  
Make A Click - Take Your Pick Fundraising Campaign for SDMBA and Outdoor Outreach

Press Release: San Diego Mountain Biking Association

The San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA) and Monuments of Cycling, creators of the world-famous Canyon Belgian Waffle Ride, are launching a new fundraising campaign to support local trail efforts in San Diego, with the grand prize winner receiving a $4,000 shopping spree for the Canyon bike of their dreams.

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The “Make A Click - Take Your Pick” campaign supports SDMBA’s local trail projects and advocacy efforts to improve access for mountain biking in San Diego, with ten percent of each contribution going to Outdoor Outreach, a local nonprofit working to connect youth to the outdoors.

A $10 donation gets a contributor one entry, while each $20 donation receives three entries. That means a $1,000 donation would get 150 chances at the exciting grand prize of $4,000 towards any Canyon bike. Mountain, road, gravel, e-bike - Take Your Pick! In addition, anyone who becomes a member of SDMBA or renews their membership between September 8 until November 6, will receive one entry. JOIN HERE.

Grand prize: a $4,000 shopping spree for the Canyon bike of your dreams.
Second Prize: VIP Canyon/Belgian Waffle Ride Package including VIP dinner at future event, BWR 100% Sunglasses, Eliel BWR Kit and BWR IRC tires.

SDMBA aims to raise $25,000 through this 8-week fundraiser, which begins on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, and ends on Friday, November 6 at 6:00 p.m. PST. A winner will be selected on Friday, November 6, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. PST.

“SDMBA is honored to be the charity partner of the Canyon Belgian Waffle Ride and to have such amazing ongoing support from its founders, with Monuments of Cycling and Canyon continuing to ride side by side with us through challenging times,” said Susie Murphy, Executive Director of SDMBA. “With so many events canceled in 2020, we are incredibly appreciative of their commitment to help us improve trail access for mountain biking in San Diego County and helping local youth explore those trails through Outdoor Outreach.”

Canyon is a global brand, but we are well aware that building community begins at home,” said Blair Clark, Canyon US President. “That’s why we’ve partnered with the Belgian Waffle Ride, which began near our US headquarters showroom in Carlsbad, and that’s why we are passionate about working with SDMBA to expand trail access in San Diego county. Similarly, the donations to Outdoor Outreach whose mission is to use outdoor experiences to transform “inner-city troubled youth” to play, learn, serve and share are aligned with our purpose of inspiring riders to ride. I have personally seen the success of Outdoor Outreach for a decade and been amazed at their ability to change the trajectory of a child to overcome seemingly prohibitive disadvantages and eventually even graduate from a college such as Stanford University. BWR, SDMBA, and Outdoor Outreach are some of the best examples of building our community.”

To make a donation for a chance to win, please visit: https://sdmba.givingfuel.com/make-a-click-take-your-pick

For more information: Susie Murphy at ExecutiveDirector@sdmba.com
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 Donated. I've been loving the work around bike park areas in the county. Black Widow has also been a blast with my one complaint that we just can't seem to achieve bike only trails. E-ticket work has been pretty great, especially the top section and that one berm that tends to get completely blown out every season, but has remained pretty strong this year. For the parks like Sweetwater and the PHR pumptrack, I'd just love if we could get those things opened earlier. For me, I really aim to get those types of things in in the early morning before work, and opening at 8 or 9 really just doesn't work. The pumptrack is just because of grumpy neighbors even though they bump up against a school and a major commuter highway, so I don't understand the argument against people being on the pumptrack before 8. And that is if they folks even come unlock the gate at 8.

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