Pillars of The Impact Grant
Supporting your Local Community: Trail systems should benefit and link the local community with the biking community. Local communities see the value in trail systems and vice versa.
- How will this grant help your local community?
Quality of Life: Trails are all about improving quality of life for its respective community.
- How does this project help improve the quality of life of your community?
Youth Engagement, Volunteerism: Bringing youth and volunteer organizations into your trail project is vital. Any association with NICA (National Interscholastic Cycling Association) or other volunteer groups in your community is a plus.
- How will your project involve the local youth and/or volunteers?
To Apply For the Grant
We realize that applying for grants can be a tedious and time consuming endeavor. With that in mind we have made the Impact Grant application as streamlined as possible. To apply please read each of the 3 bullet points above and respond to each thoroughly. All proposals must be submitted to Club Ride Apparel no later than April 30, 2019. All eligible entries will be reviewed and one submission will be chosen by May 31, 2019. Eligibility: Group or organization must have their purposed trail approved by United States Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management or a local municipality. All proposals must be accompanied by a letter of support from one of those agencies. All proposals should be supported by maps, images and descriptions to show the complete project. The Impact Grant is only open to groups within the lower 48 states of the United States, Alaska and Hawaii. To submit your proposal email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Impact Grant Proposal” no later than April 30, 2019. If you have additional questions please don't hesitate to reach out to email@example.com.