decline and Eventility launch global MTB community with competition and over $10,000 of fantastic prizes.

November 11 2013. Valencia, CA, USA and London, UK.

MTB Today, decline magazine and launched, the real-time, connected, online community of everything Mountain Biking (MTB), and a competition giving people the chance to win amazing MTB prizes. uses Eventility’s ‘Engage’ solution which seamlessly connects multiple events, groups, bike parks, facilities and all MTB related activities together.  MTB organizers get an easy way to organize and promote their events and activities with a powerful suite of free tools. As they post new content, it’s updated in real-time to, decline and Eventility websites and mobile apps giving an up to date, unparalleled view of what’s happening in the MTB community.

The launch competition runs over 16 weeks with 42 amazing MTB prizes including; shoes, wheels, pedals, grips, jerseys, carbon bars, chains, tires and much, much more. There are 32 weekly prizes, 8 monthly prizes and 2 grand prizes.

The competition fires up entrants to add their own or local MTB events, clubs, trails and venues to help build a global community around all things MTB, and get the chance to win amazing prizes whilst doing so.

Entrants register on and add their own or local MTB events, groups/clubs and locations (e.g. bike parks) or they can download the declineMTB app (iTunes store) register and start adding own or local groups/clubs (locations and events coming soon).

Each time someone adds something valid and unique, they will be added to the drawing and so the more they add, the more chances of winning they have.

The competition runs from November 5 2013 to March 4 2014 and is open to those in the USA and Canada.  

For more information

“Partnering with Eventility makes it really easy for people to organize and find out what’s going on in MTB around the world, and most importantly, get involved. Globally, there are thousands of events, groups and facilities, and we’re thrilled to be working with Eventility to get as many people involved in these, and MTB, as possible.”

Dave House, Publisher, decline.

“Eventility is dedicated to getting people to join in whatever their passion and we’re excited to be working with and supporting the great team at decline.”

Robin Brattel, Founder and CEO, Eventility.


To learn more about this partnership, please contact:

Robin Brattel, Founder and CEO, Eventility.

Dave House, Publisher, decline and ROAD magazines.


About decline Magazine

Dedicated to the mountain biking culture and lifestyle, decline Magazine provides the most in depth coverage of gravity racing, freeride slopestyle, dirt jump, street, park and all-mountain off-road cycling.

Follow the evolution of modern mountain biking through daily news, bike tests, festival guides, tech tips, art, rider interviews, adventure, race reports and gear reviews. decline Magazine inspires its reader to hit the trail.

About Eventility

Helping Organizers Organize and People Take Part.

Eventility® is the easy-to-use online platform specially built to help organizers organize events, clubs, groups, communities and places. It also enables people to meet others with shared interests and for everyone to take part.

We also work with associations, alumni and media partners to build national and global communities of connected people, events, clubs/chapters, places and content.

Eventility removes the pain and hassle associated with running and marketing any activity or business, however large or small, via our website, mobile apps or API.

Founded in 2011 by Robin Brattel, our independently backed business is now being used by thousands of organizers and people across the globe.

Eventility Joins South Yorkshire Sport at Their November 6th Club Support Event


This week we attended a great club support event organised by South Yorkshire Sport taking places at the New York Stadium in Rotherham, UK.

Aimed at uncovering new ways of developing connections and partnerships with local partners, the event provided useful updates on South Yorkshire Sport’s work in the region. It included talks from local sports clubs and an interesting overview of the program provided by Club Leaders, in connection with Sport England and Price Waterhouse Coopers, which aims to develop the business skills of community sport clubs.

From our team, Account Director Adam Harris delivered a thought provoking presentation on Eventility’s powerful tools and the impact they are able to make on the day to day running of sport clubs, including seamlessly organising events, creating awareness and efficiently bringing people together.

During the South Yorkshire Sport event we also had the pleasure to meet with some of the clubs in the region, including; Quest TaeKwondo Club, Rotherham Sailing Club, Skilful Running, Cycle Rotherham, Sheffield Hallam Barbell, Wombwell Main Community and Sporting Association, Rotherham Metro Water Polo Club and many others.

We’re delighted to have taken part and look forward to future SYS events and helping to build strong relationships within the local sports community.

Eventility at Social Media Marketing 2013 Conference

Last week some of us at Eventility had the pleasure of attending Social Media Marketing 2013 (organised by Our Social Times), probably the most interesting marketing event of the year. Expert speakers delivered knowledge-packed presentations covering everything from content and influencer marketing, to ‘native advertising’, video marketing and the use of humour on Twitter.
The importance of content marketing is growing, with 25% of marketers’ budgets spent on developing engaging content. As this growth led to a devaluation in content value as a competitive advantage, we learned that understanding the true goals of content from educational to entertaining, finding inspiration in all areas and aiming for ‘home runs’ are the tools that will deliver real value in our campaigns.
Other topics we found particularly interesting were the significant expansion in video marketing on channels such as Vine and Instagram, the key ingredients of a highly shareable video, the easing in Facebook’s competition rules and how social campaigns can be integrated with other digital and offline channels.

Dom Wright from Yorkshire Tea showed us their fantastic Yorkshire Tea Train blogger event, and actor, comedian, director and social media evangelist David Schneider, brightened everyone’s day with great examples using social media, in particular Twitter.
Find out more about these exciting topics, we’re already looking forward to the next event by Our Social Times.