In every mountain bikers' dreams there is an army of gnomes magically laying miles of new mountain bike trails to be ridden and explored each and every day. Unfortunately, it's just the opposite. Building new trail is arduous work. On the front end you have political and governmental bureaucracies to work through, trail design and development work, volunteers to corral, then trail building, and finally trail maintenance. It's amazing any new trails ever get built. This fall we are introducing our new Colorado Trail Worker Mountain Bike Jersey. It's dedicated to all the great people in our state that build and maintain trails that get to be used by mountain bikers. For the first 100 jersey's sold we are going to give $15/jersey to the local Colorado mountain bike trail group you choose at checkout. That means a total of $1500 will be raised for mountain bike trail building and maintenance in Colorado this Fall through sales of this jersey. firstname.lastname@example.org and we will assign your trail group a special code that supporters can use at checkout so we know which group to send the funds too. Want to know the minute we release the jersey? Become a member to get the latest updates. 10/1/2013 UPDATE: We have chosen Colorado Mountain Bike Association (COMBA) as our designated trail group. No need to enter any special codes at checkout. COMBA, a chapter of IMBA, is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and improving mountain biking on the Colorado Front Range.