If we want to be able to ride in the future, we've got to take action today. LLEDMAPS works in three ways to make this a reality.

#1 - Respecting the Rights of Private Landowners - LLEDMAPS invests a lot of time talking with local entities to ensure that all trails published on our maps are legal. We ask that all users of LLEDMAPS respect the rights of private landowners - both those who generously allow riding on their land and those who choose not to. 

#2 - Donating 5% of Map Profits to Local Organizations - LLEDMAPS realizes that our maps increase traffic on local trails. So, we feel it's our responsibility to help maintain them with support to local non-profit organizations who provide trail maintenance, development and mountain biking advocacy to their communities. 

#3 - Being an Active Member of the Non-profit orgs supporting Mtn Biking & its future - Aside from financial contributions, LLEDMAPS supports fundraising events with product donation whenever possible and gets out on the trails and helps with building and repair whenever possible. 

In Central Oregon, LLEDMAPS has chosen COTA (Central Oregon Trail Alliance). This group of local trail-users works to ensure that trail access through advocacy, trail maintenance, design & installation. 5% of all map profits from the Central Oregon map will be donated to COTA each year. Get involved. Membership Special: Become a member of COTA at the $50 or $100 level and get free Treadmaps. See their website for details. COTA's website is www.cotamtb.org and their email is trailmaster@cotamtb.org

Because there is no local mountain biking non-profit organization, for the North Umpqua map LLEDMAPS has chosen IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association).  5% of all map profits from the North Umpqua map will be donated to IMBA each year specifically to be used in that area. Get involved. IMBA's website is www.imba.com and their email is info@imba.com.  

Because there is no local mountain biking non-profit organization, for the Oakridge map LLEDMAPS has chosen IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association).  5% of all map profits from the Oakridge map will be donated to IMBA each year specifically to be used in that area. Get involved. IMBA's website is www.imba.com and their email is info@imba.com.  

In Southern Oregon, LLEDMAPS has chosen SOMBA (Southern Oregon Mountain Biking Association). This is a great group of locals who are passionate about riding and work to ensure they always will be able to. 5% of all map profits from the Southern Oregon map will be donated to SOMBA each year. We encourage you to join their efforts. More information about SOMBA can be found at their website www.somba.org or by emailing: info@somba.org.

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