CAMBA is 30 years old.

Take us to another 30.

Thank you to all who have supported us in this effort!



Donations are a big way to make all of this happen. Help ensure all riders find their own path to bliss.

CAMBA is building trails now and building plans for our future. Trails are being built now and a Master Plan is in process to guide our future trails. Watch for user surveys this summer and give us your input for the future.

Join the CAMBA community in making an important difference in reaching our goals for the trails you love. Especially now during our 30th anniversary. An exceptional time to become a part of CAMBA’s long legacy.

Our trails don’t get older. They get better.

Here are details on projects from this past summer.

  • The north Makwa Trail revitalized to return to its original intermediate level, $35-40K
  • New flow trail added to Patsy Lake to reroute around trouble erosion areas, $25-30K
  • The Hospital Trailhead moved next to Water’s Edge to offer more trail accessibility with better parking, $4K
  • A new, intermediate connection trail called the Missing Link between Dirt Candy and Mt. Telemark will bolster system access, $35-40K
  • A new, beginner level trail at the Ski Hill Road Trailhead will invite novice riders into the CAMBA network, $20-25K
  • The Stick will become one way with an added new climbing section, $25-30K
  • A new jump line at Ashwabay for those who want to test their limits provide some new downhill excitement, $6-8K

And details on projects still on the work plan

  • The Flow Mama Trail will be touched up, $5-7K
  • The Esker Trail will be realigned for improved trail and easier winter grooming and maintenance, $20-25K
  • Continued work on south part of Makwa and Seeley Pass will be revitalized to return to its original intermediate level, $60K
  • Other rehab and brushing, $15K

We want to be prudent with spending your donations by keeping operating costs as low as possible.

Our programs include our trail development, membership, merchandise, races, & clinics. Program costs are 76% of our budget while operating costs make up 24% of our budgeted expenses. We feel good about our focus on the trails and community!


When you donate, you can choose where your donations are used within the organization. Our 30th Anniversary Campaign Donations will be used for the Trails. No matter where you donate, we sincerely thank your generosity.

We always welcome donations to the unrestricted GENERAL FUND and we will use your donation where it is needed most.

Choose to focus on the ASHWABAY TRAILS.

Or you can donate to SUPPORT THE WINTER TRAILS.

If you donate IN MEMORY OF JOE TIMMERMAN, funds will be used to build our emergency and wayfinding systems.

Here are Other Ways to Donate

Leave A Legacy – Estate Planning

In 1993, CAMBA began building a network of recreational trails in the Hayward, Seeley, Cable and Namakagon areas. Since then we have expanded our efforts to the south shore of Lake Superior creating singletrack trails at Mt. Ashwabay near Washburn and Bayfield, creating over 130 miles of singletrack trails. In addition, we have also mapped and marked over 100 miles of off-road bike routes that utilize two-track roads and other forest paths. Plus, we have identified and mapped hundreds of miles of gravel routes throughout the region. And in the winter, CAMBA maintains approximately 70 miles of snow bike trails, More than 35,000 silent sports enthusiasts enjoy our trail network annually.
CAMBA has built one of the best singletrack networks in the nation. With your help, our trails will be even MORE FUN in the future. To maintain the system, we need your help.
Please consider including CAMBA in your estate plan. Funding from estate plans will aid CAMBA in establishing and maintaining a reserve fund to insure the long term stability of the legacy of CAMBA trails.
If you are interested in leaving a legacy, contact us at to learn more about funding an endowment to keep the trails alive!


Mail In Your Donation

If you would like to support our efforts by making a contribution by mail, please mail your check (payable to CAMBA) to:

P.O. Box 141
Cable, WI 54821

Donor Advised Funds

If you have a Donor Advised Fund, CAMBA would welcome your support through a donation. Search for either CAMBA or Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association. You may also find us using our Tax ID Number, which is 39-1743206.

Stock Donations

A donation of this nature is tax deductible at the appreciated value. Email for more information on how to transfer stock to our account.

Employer Matching Contributions

Many businesses will match employees’ donations made to qualified tax-exempt organizations like CAMBA.  Check with your employer’s Human Resources, Corporate Giving, or other appropriate department to see if this is an option.

Family Foundations

If your family has a philanthropic foundation, CAMBA welcomes and encourages your support.

Donate via PayPal

Donate via your PayPal account.

CAMBA Business Sponsorship

Make a payment toward a CAMBA Sponsorship. Learn more about your business sponsoring CAMBA either through an annual or an event sponsorship.

For questions or more information, contact us at

CAMBA is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, Tax ID Number 39-1743206.  Your donation is fully tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

We greatly appreciate your financial support. Thank you!