What is a Karma Kit?
A Karma Kit is a self-supporting operation. We have created these buckets to rescue you from being stranded on your hike or bike ride. The bucket contains the most essential items to get you back home safely.
How Does it Work?
The idea is simple: if you take something, bring back a replacement! Or, if this is a one-time trip to the area, you are welcome to mail a donation to cover the cost of the replacement item.
Eagle Cycling Club
P. O. Box 5124
Napa, CA 94581
Donations by Venmo: @napakarmakits
Where are the Kits Located?
There are currently 11 Karma Kits around the Napa Valley. Most are in areas with poor cell phone service. Click the map for larger image.
- Lokoya Volunteer Fire Station on Dry Creek Road
- Dry Creek Volunteer Fire Station, 5400 block
- Mt. Veeder Volunteer Fire Station, just north of “The Top”
- Mayacamas Volunteer Fire Station on Cavedale at Trinity
- Baldacci Winery on Silverado Trail south of Yountville Crossroad.
- Las Amigas Road in Carneros, between Milton and Bayview.
- Skyline Wilderness Park, top of Buckeye and top of Chaparral
- Ink Grade half way up, or down…
- Hess Persson Winery, 4411 Redwood Road
- Moore Creek Park, in lot off Chiles Pope Valley Rd
Karma Kit Contents
Supplies vary, but we try to have several tubes, tires, tools, a tire pump, first aid kit and water. Most tubes will be 700×25 presta plus mountain bike 26” and 29” in Skyline Park.