$1,000 donated to Crockett Hills Regional Park
The donation was used by BTCEB to buy two complete Trail Boss tool sets. Getting tools and volunteers out to the far reaches of Crockett can be difficult, as there are few access points. Trail Boss tools are easily packable and allow volunteers on bikes to get to work areas much easier.
BTCEB reports that 2022 was the most successful maintenance year at Crockett Hills on record. More than 100 different volunteers gave 650 volunteer hours in total. Work days were held in the spring in partnership with local high school mountain bike teams.
Fixing cattle damage is always the overwhelming top priority at Crockett, but with so many volunteers this year BTCEB was able to fix long overdue trail issues throughout the park.
Trail One co-founder Brian Kennedy spent his most early mountain bike days in the Crockett Hills with his Uncle Dennis. The Crockett Handlebars are named for the Crockett Hills and Brian's first forays into riding.
When possible, we use Trailforks to publicly account for our donations. You can see a list of our donations here.
The more products we sell, the more dollars we will donate. If your nonprofit trail stewardship could use some cash, hit us up with a proposal on our contact page.