Cycle Gear Donates To Keep Trails Open In 2012

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March 19, 2012 2:25 PM
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BENICIA, CA (March 2, 2012) -- Cycle Gear, the country's largest retailer of motorcycle apparel and accessories, pledges $10,000 to the BlueRibbon Coalition in support of the organization's efforts to ensure continued access to public lands.
 
The donation highlights Cycle Gear's total fiscal commitment to the BRC Trail Access Fund for 2012.  This is the 10th year in a row in which Cycle Gear matches club and rider donations -dollar for dollar- to the Fund (up to $10,000 per year).
 
Dave Bertram, 5-time ISDE gold medalist, two-time national off-road champion and CEO of Cycle Gear, states, "Trail riders continue to face unwarranted land closures and restrictions at state and federal OHV areas.  Cycle Gear is proud of this grant program that supports BRC's efforts to successfully champion responsible motorized recreation on designated roads, trails, and areas."

"Today, the OHV community is confronted with an endless parade of frivolous eco-lawsuits, cancelled motorcycle events, and closures of historic single-track trails.  The off-road business community must continue to support access groups that fight to protect our rights to enjoy public lands." Bertram said.

Don Amador, Western Representative for the BlueRibbon Coalition, said, "BRC would not be able to continue its work if it were not for generous donations such as this commitment from Cycle Gear whose support is greatly appreciated as it will help fund our access efforts in 2012."

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About Cycle Gear:
Cycle Gear(r) Inc. is the country's largest retailer of motorcycle and power sports apparel, parts and accessories. Since 1974 Cycle Gear's product selection and superior service have delighted enthusiasts. With stores nationwide, e-commerce and mobile websites, Cycle Gear provides access and unbeatable prices to riders wherever they are. As an employee-owned company of motorcycle enthusiasts, the Cycle Gear Team takes enormous personal pride in providing its "100% Satisfaction - Guarantee," which includes: 7-Day No Hassle Helmet Exchange, 30-Day Best Price Guarantee, Easy Returns: In-Store or On-Line, and No Restocking Fees -ever. Visit one of many store locations or online at www.cyclegear.com today.

About Blue Ribbon Coalition:
The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national non-profit organization dedicated to protecting responsible recreational access to public lands and waters. We want to keep your land open for use, whether you recreate on a mountain bike, snowmobile, motorcycle, personal watercraft, ATV, four-wheel drive, horse, or your hiking boots. Find out more at: http://www.sharetrails.org.

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