How much gear do you have invested in your activity of choice? These days, it's typical for someone to shell out several thousand dollars for a bicycle. But what good is your mountain bike with no quality trails to ride it on?
For better or worse, outdoor enthusiasts now must to pay to play. Government has some duty to provide recreational opportunities, and Ride with Respect does seek government grants. These are matching grants, requiring us to seek private donations. In this way, Ride with Respect's productivity is completely controlled by individual contributions.
Since Ride with Respect is a non-profit organization, all of our resources go toward adapting trails and educating the public. We use all proceeds from our goods and services toward this end. And all contributions are tax-deductible. So support your sport by purchasing our products and making a donation.