Over the past 11 years, our events division has donated quietly, yet significantly to individuals, non-profits and causes in which we believed. We’ve given time, resources and funding, and in our own small way, tried to make the cycling world a better place.
Our efforts have been made privately and anonymously, because our goal was generosity, not recognition. To us, our backcountry permits carried with them an obligation to give back. Our events include The Breck Epic MTB Stage Race and Epic Week, The Vail Outlier Offroad Festival, and a handful more, each an experience unto itself. It’s become time to formalize their legacy.
The formation of the Epic Legacy Foundation allows us to harness the influence of our event division. We seek to improve the backcountry experience in our host communities for all users, while using our reach and voice to educate those who’ve yet to be enlightened on the basic principles of stewardship and responsible use.
Pictured: Breck Epic’s legendary Wheeler Stage with Mt Quandary lurking in the background. Image courtesy Liam Doran Photography.