We started Prevelo because we love seeing our own kids enjoy the outdoors on their bikes. We think we make pretty awesome bikes. But that's not enough. Kids also need awesome places to ride their bikes. So from the beginning Prevelo Bikes has been committed to supporting organizations that are working to make the world more bike friendly, to open up spaces for bikes, and to preserve outdoor areas for our children to explore and enjoy. When you buy Prevelo, a portion of the purchase price goes to support these efforts. And if you want to give more, we encourage you to click through and contribute directly to these organizations. Or if you are feeling super jazzed about making the world more bike friendly for kids, find a local organization that is working to improve bicycling conditions or trail access and lend a hand or kick in a few dollars. They'll appreciate it. And our children will reap the benefits.

Causes we support

  • International Mountain Bicycling Association


    The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is the worldwide leader in mountain bike advocacy, and the only organization in the U.S. focused entirely on trails and access, for all types of mountain bikers in all parts of the country. Since 1988, we have taught and encouraged low-impact riding, grassroots advocacy, sustainable trail design, innovative land management practices and cooperation among trail user groups. IMBA U.S. is a national network of local groups, individual riders and passionate volunteers working together for the benefit of the entire community.


    The League of American Bicyclists vision is a nation where everyone recognizes and enjoys the many benefits and opportunities of bicycling.

    The League's mission is to lead the movement to create a Bicycle Friendly America for everyone with a commitment to listen and learn, define standards and share best practices to engage diverse communities and build a powerful, unified voice for change.

    Prevelo Bikes is a League of American Bicyclists recognized Silver Bicycle Friendly Business

    Prevelo Bikes joins a cutting-edge group of over 1,100 local businesses, government agencies, and Fortune 500 companies across the United States that are transforming the American workplace.

  • Sapwi Bike Park


    The Sapwi Bike Park is the Conejo Valley’s first (and still only) bike skills park, located inside the Sapwi Trails Community Park in Thousand Oaks, California.

    The park has been a labor of love, brought to reality by a small group of volunteer board members with planning beginning all the way back in 2013. Additionally, the park would not be possible without the generous donations and sponsorship from the local community.

    The Sapwi Bike Park project is a partnership between the Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association (CORBA) and Conejo Recreation And Parks District (CRPD). The park is a free, public recreational bicycle skills park facility located in the heart of beautiful Sapwi Trails Community Park in Thousand Oaks, California.

  • Austin Ridge Riders

    Austin Ridge Riders is a nonprofit mountain bike club that builds, maintains, and advocates for trails, and creates a welcoming community to ride with.

    The Austin Ridge Riders mission is to develop trails by promoting trail stewardship in cooperation with local land managers, improve mountain bike awareness and access, and bring people together to build a strong off road cycling community.

  • San Diego Mountain Biking Association


    The San Diego Mountain Biking Association works to improve trail access for mountain biking in San Diego, California.

    The SDMBA is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining and improving sustainable trail access for mountain biking in San Diego County. Formed in 1994, SDMBA is one of the largest regional trail advocacy organizations in the US with more than 1,100 members.


    The Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition (WMBC) is a federal non-profit, 501(c)3, organization. They work with many diverse groups such as land managers, elected officials and educational institutions to promote continued and expanded access for mountain biking and cycling.

    Every year the WMBC coordinates hundreds of volunteers amounting to thousands of volunteer hours to build and maintain the trails in Whatcom County, in Northwest Washington State. They also coordinate the construction and maintenance of the Civic Field Dirt Jump Park.

    They have a strong youth involvement and work with the Bellingham School District, Lummi Nation Tribal School, Mt Baker School District, Ferndale School District, Boy Scouts of America for Eagle Scout Projects, among others.

  • Orcutt Kids Bike Club

    Orcutt Kids Bike Club is a mountain bike development program for kids aged 2-18. The organization is split up in groups, based on age and skill level. With a focus on entry level skills in the Fall for 6th to 12th graders interested in the middle/high school team. The mission of Orcutt Kids Bike Club is to develop each individual rider, in a traditional group setting, into a life-long cyclist. The program is arranged in a building block style to increase interest in cycling and to promote each athlete in a positive environment through the sport of cycling. Skill development is an important part of each group curriculum as is learning about the sport in a fun and supportive environment.

  • Walk N' Rollers

    Walk N' Rollers was founded with the simple mission to encourage children to walk and bike to school more frequently. Kids walking and biking to school means more active, focused students, and less traffic and pollution around school sites. But kids also learn valuable life lessons including responsibility, time management, good decision making, traffic and community awareness.

    Walk ‘n Rollers focuses on helping schools develop Safe Routes to School programming, school-based safety education and community bicycle skills workshops throughout the Los Angeles region.

    Their approach engages students, parents, administrators, civic and business leaders, and community members. Working to a school’s or community’s capacity, they incorporate Safe Routes to School best practices, safety instruction, fun activities, rewards programs and proven marketing techniques crafted to address each school’s individual concerns.

  • MORE (The Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts)

    MORE is the premier mountain biking and trail-building advocacy club in the Mid-Atlantic region of D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

    Founded in 1992, MORE has advocated for natural-surface trails throughout the DC-MD-VA area and has built an impressive network of multi-use trails and a strong community of trail users. MORE maintains over 800 miles of natural-surface trails in over 60 state, county, federal and city parks in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., building on the work of hundreds of MORE volunteers and over 10,000 volunteer hours annually.


    Mad River Riders is a founding chapter of the Vermont Mountain Bike Association and have helped create a broad coalition of landowners, land managers, and recreation and conservation groups. They are also a key part of the Velomont collaborative working to link VMBA networks throughout the state.

    Mad River Riders runs the Rippers program, a mountain bike program for young people in the Mad River Valley, open to all kids, regardless of home address. Rides are based at a variety of locations throughout the Mad River Riders trail network. The program is open to anyone from 2 year-olds on strider bikes to middle and high school kids.