The latest greatest company out of Colorado is MTB dirtwear company Gravity Anomaly. They’re producing a whole line of baggies and jerseys right here in the United States, but like many Colorado companies they were impacted by the September flooding that ravaged the state. In response to the widespread destruction, Gravity Anomaly is now offering the Colorado Trail Worker Jersey, a $46 mesh-lined polyester jersey; for each jersey sold, Gravity Anomaly will donate $15 for the first 100 jerseys. The jersey is splashed with a snazzy red/gold graphic and Gravity Anomaly’s signature Cockroach.
The funds will support the Colorado Mountain Bike Association, an organization dedicated to promoting mountain biking around the state. After the floods, they’ve got their work cut out to to make hundreds of trails rideable again.
From the horse’s mouth:
The Colorado Trail Worker jersey comes in charcoal with the Gravity Anomaly logo screened in over gold and a red “C” that represents the iconic ‘C’ found on the Colorado State flag. “The Trail Worker Jersey is dedicated to all the volunteers in our state who build and maintain our great trail system,” said Gravity Anomaly owner, Brendan Miller, “with all the washed out trails on the Front Range we felt compelled to do something a little extra.” For the first 100 Colorado Trail Worker Jerseys sold online Gravity Anomaly is donating $15 per jersey to the Colorado Mountain Bike Association (COMBA) to help repair damaged trails affected by the flood. “This couldn’t come at a better time,” said Keith Clarke, President of COMBA, “there is so much work to be done. Many trails on the Front Range will be un-ride-able until mid-to late 2014. We’ll use the funds for new tools, supplies, and equipment repairs.”
We reviewed their Longhaul and Teamster baggie MTB shorts and we were thoroughly impressed by their quality. Check out the new jerseys here, or the press release detailing Gravity Anomaly’s latest update.
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