REEB Cycles (United States) - For the fourth consecutive year, the Pisgah Conservancy worked together with local cycling companies to organize a fundraising event in the form of a bike raffle called the Pisgah Project. All of the proceeds of the raffle will go to support the sustainability, well-being and betterment of the Ranger District of the Pisgah National Forest. The bike being raffled off was a one-of-a-kind full suspension mountain bike with a retail value of $9000. Built from premium components donated by this year’s Pisgah Project sponsors including: Cane Creek Cycling Components, Reeb Cycles, Industry Nine, Thomson Bike Products, Maxxis Tires, Factor Components, Hayes Brakes, and Oskar Blues Brewery tickets were on sale from October 24th – November 30th for $20 a ticket.
After a month-long effort to financially support the work of the Pisgah Conservancy; Tuesday, December 1st Andrew Slowey of Cane Creek and LaVoe Davis of The Pisgah Conservancy announced a total of $52,340 was raised this year and that Ken G. from Florida was the lucky winner of the raffle. The funds raised brings the total for 4 years of Pisgah Projects to a grand total of $139,390.
“We were completely blown away by the response to this awesome bike – The funds raised allow us (TPC) to get a lot of work done. We have been able to keep our trail specialists working in the forest as well as leverage those funds to raise others for more extensive projects.” – LaVoe Davis, Director of Development at The Pisgah Conservancy.
The one-of-a-kind REEB Cycles SQWEEB with a retail value of $9,000.