Crockett Handlebars provide another massive donation for local trail association

Trail One Components is delighted to announce a $4,000 donation to the Bicycle Trails Council of the East Bay to continue helping their work in Crockett Hills Regional Park.

Trail One co-founder Brian Kennedy presented the donation to Advocacy Director Scott Bartlebaugh at a recent BTCEB work day in the Crockett Hills. More than 15 Volunteers helped fix trail drainage in perpetually muddy areas on Soaring Eagle trail.

Brian 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.

Trail One continues its commitment to donate $1 for every product sold. Sales of The Crockett Carbon Handlebar and The Crockett Alloy Handlebar have contributed $5,000 to BTCEB. More than $14,000 has been donated to various trail organizations since Trail One began.

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.