Altruism never felt so rad.
Donating to non-profit organizations can be very rewarding. What’s even more rewarding is winning a fully-outfitted enduro bike for said donation. That’s exactly what the Trail Preservation Alliance (TPA) has in mind with its latest donation promo and KTM 690 Enduro R giveaway.
Based in Colorado, TPA operates on a state and federal level to maintain access to public off-road trails. The non-profit frequently collaborates with the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management to develop and preserve singletrack access. However, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t encounter opposition from large, well-funded organizations. Sometimes those disputes lead to litigation and TPA frequently needs funding to cover legal fees as well as hiring engineers and other scientific specialists.
Gallery: Trail Preservation Alliance KTM 690 Enduro R
Those willing to help the non-profit's fight to secure off-road access for all riders, the current fundraiser offers six donation tiers ($25, $50, $100, $250, $500, and $1,000). Donors will receive a number of tickets commensurate to the donation tier and a promo delivering 20% more tickets is currently available.
Thanks to sponsorships from brands like Klim, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, and Motion Pro, the organizers spared no expense with the customized 690 Enduro. Highlights include heavy-duty Tusk handguards, Dsport Adventure tires, and full panniers and luggage rack. The Eline bash plate and exhaust guard provide premium protection and a Scott’s steering stabilizer keeps the rubber side down through the toughest terrain.
A Motominded LED light is a huge upgrade over the stock lantern and keeps the trail lit past sundown. TPA also borrows from the KTM catalog with footpegs, an off-road dongle, and a windshield improving the practicality of the dirt-oriented dual-sport. Cosmetically, a custom TPA graphics kit refines the 690’s looks while declaring the rider’s dedication to trail preservation.