MCBC’s latest campaign enables the cycling community to support trails, bring essential relief to local communities, and earn a chance to win a new bicycle all with one contribution.
Marin County Bicycle Coalition is launching a new 3-month fundraising campaign, “Lost Summer”, to support our work, to aid COVID-19 recovery efforts, and to give away a bicycle in the process. Twenty-five percent of each contribution made as a part of this campaign will go to COVID-19 recovery efforts, and for every $10 contributed, participants earn one entry into an end-of-campaign drawing for the bike.
Through this campaign, MCBC will generate funds to support our work and off-set event losses related to the shelter in place restrictions, and we will give 25% of each contribution to a COVID-19 response fund making a major impact in the fight against this pandemic. The organizations receiving the funds include the Canal Alliance and West Marin Senior Services.
MCBC aims to raise $50,000 through this 3-month fundraiser, which ends on Monday, September 21 at 11:59 p.m. PT. Winner will be selected on Tuesday, September 22. Interested parties can contribute to Covid Relief and earn a chance to win a bike and swag.
GRAND PRIZE : 2021 Specialized Diverge Pro Carbon from Mike’s Bikes
FIRST PRIZE : EASTON EA 90 DISC WHEEL SET
SECOND PRIZE : EASTON EC SL CRANKSET
THIRD PRIZE : EASTON EC 70 AX HANDLEBAR AND EA 70 STEM
FOURTH PRIZE : VELOCIO CYCLING KIT
About Marin County Bicycle Coalition: Since 1998, Marin County Bicycle Coalition (MCBC) has worked to create a healthy, connected, and sustainable Marin by promoting bicycling for everyday transportation and recreation. The professional staff works closely with Marin’s community leaders and MCBC’s members to build a comprehensive network of safe, convenient, and connected places to bike, both on road and off. Strategic partnerships with land managers and county officials help MCBC build new trails, pathways, and bike lanes that make bicycling the first choice for transportation and recreation. www.marinbike.org