VIDEO // Shredding Hard Money at Maryland Mountain with COMBA and Canfield Bikes (Win a Tilt or Lithium!)
Canfield Bikes is partnering with our friends at COMBA (Colorado Mountain Bike Association) to support their June membership drive by giving away the winner's choice of a Tilt or Lithium. To celebrate, COMBA put together this sweet video of the new Tilt and Lithium shredding Hard Money at Maryland Mountain near Black Hawk, CO. This bike-only, downhill-only trail (and the rest of the network) is thanks to COMBA's hard work and advocacy. And they aren't done yet—a new black tech trail at Maryland Mountain is currently under way!
Special thanks to Colorowdies Justin Kelm and Jeremy Bradshaw for being Canfield stunt pilots!
Cool story, but how do I win a Canfield Tilt or Lithium?!All you have to do is join COMBA (or renew) for as little as $5 per month or $39 per year to enter.
Not a Colorado local? No problem! Anyone can join/enter, whether you only visit Colorado occasionally to shred our awesome trails or just want your shot at a shiny, new Canfield while supporting a good cause.
Here's how it works:
- Join/renew with COMBA in June*
- You'll be automatically entered to win either a Canfield Lithium or Tilt (your choice of complete bike, size and color w/ base build valued at $5,799.99. Optional upgrades available at additional cost.)
- As soon as you join/renew, you will be entered to win all remaining prizes.
- Weekly prizes will be announced every Wednesday (June 22nd prize will be a 2022 COMBA jersey)
- The Canfield bike winner will be chosen the second week of July
*If you joined or renewed in May you'll also be eligible for the Canfield bike as well as the weekly prize giveaways
Join or renew now to maximize your prize entries and feel great about being part of the largest trail stewardship community in the country.
COMBA has been around since 1991, but has made exponential strides in the last few years that include several new bike-only, downhill-only trails on Colorado's Front Range. A non-profit organization, COMBA relies solely on memberships and donations to continue its mission of advocacy, trail stewardship and community involvement.
A few examples of what COMBA is doing to keep Colorado mountain biking moving forward:
• New technical bike-only black-diamond downhill trail at Maryland Mountain starts construction Memorial Day Weekend, planned opening in August 2022
• Staunton Ranch Trail extension to Borderline (no more road) OPEN!
• New Rusty Buckle Trail in the North Elk Creek system opening in late-June
• New funding secured for first bike-only trail in Idaho Springs
• Warren Gulch Trail realignment and construction OPEN!
• New flow-trail section at the bottom of Fast Money. OPEN!
• COMBA seasonal maintenance team started May 24th, 5-months of funding for 7-man team
• Floyd Hill Session Series enduro racing through June 8th
• Indian Creek Master Planning effort this summer to improve the trail experiences, create better routes and access
• Expanded Women’s Program with more rides, clinics and events (BIPOC, Bilingual)
• Colorado Mountain Bike Coalition founded and running
• Outside 285 planning effort becoming a regional partnership to continue work
• Clear Creek countywide master plan for outdoor recreation this summer
• Advocating for new bike park in Douglas County
• Continued improvements to Golden Bike Park
• Improvements to the skills area at Village Greens Park (Cherry Creek)
• Advocating for a master plan for Lakewood trails (Green Mountain & BCLP)
• Partnering with Save Bear Creek Lake Park
• Partnering with Front Range Back Country Horsemen on Bike/Equestrian etiquette
• Designing a trail to connect Floyd Hill to Highway 6, Peaks to Plains trail
And more in the works to come...