MILL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA – June 4th, 2018 – WTB and Loam Wolf have partnered to offer a limited edition saddle with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Trans-Cascadia and the ongoing trail development and advocacy work they provide the Oregon mountain biking community.
With quickly up-and-coming mountain bike lifestyle website Loam Wolf being based out of Oregon, it made the also relatively new Trans-Cascadia non-profit a clear choice as the beneficiary of this limited edition WTB saddle. Started in 2015, Trans-Cascadia is a fully supported 4-day, blind-format enduro race with stages spanning across the Cascade Range of the Pacific Northwest. However, it’s more than just a race in the sense that the event is only one aspect of the organizations larger mission to build sustainable trails throughout the Pacific Northwest.
The Trans-Cascadia organization works closely with the forest service and regional land managers to develop and maintain backcountry routes that span all over Oregon. While these trails are used for racing during the yearly Trans-Cascadia event, they are also incorporated into the local trail systems after the race.
The Loam Wolf saddle is a Team-level Volt saddle, featuring titanium rails and DNA Padding, and is available in limited quantities of the 142mm width. Now available for purchase through WTB’s online store for a retail price of $129.95, the Loam Wolf saddle mirrors the MSRP of a non-custom WTB Volt Team saddle. Proceeds from the sale of Loam Wolf saddles will be contributed to the Trans-Cascadia Race, which supports the greater Oregon community through trail work and advocacy. These saddles are in stock now and only available in limited quantities, so order now to secure yours!