Over the years, Fat Cyclist and friends have raised over $650,000 for World Bicycle Relief. This July, he’s at it again and we’re pleased to share that you can help mobilize students by participating in his Grand Slam for Kenya. Fatty is stepping up to the challenge (his goal is to raise $147,000!), and as always he has the bike industry at his back. That means he has assembled his best prizes yet including half a dozen dream bikes, a trip to Italy, and a personal tour of the Trek factory with Gary Fischer. Help Fatty reach his goal and YOU could win one of these amazing prizes:
Grand Prize: Any Specialized Bike You Want – Specialized is committed to the cause and a great partner in the WBR vision and we’re incredibly grateful that they have donated any S-Works frame of the winner’s choice to the Grand Slam for Kenya. And that will be paired to absolutely top-end parts from SRAM and ZIPP to make you a killer dream bike. Learn More About the Grand Prize >
MTN-Qhubeka Cervelo – ENVE Composites, a proud sponsor of Team MTN-Qhubeka, has donated this amazing bike as a grand prize for the Grand Slam! Enter to win it!
Trek Project One Bike – Two lucky people will win a Trek Project One bike decked out with SRAM and Zipp components. Have you been dreaming of the perfect bike? This is your chance to build it just the way you want it.
InGamba Cycling Trip – Win a spot on a luxury cycling trip with World Bicycle Relief’s partner, InGamba. This trip will take you to Southern Italy with Eros Poli this October.
Juliana – One lucky lady will win the new Juliana Nevis. The all new Nevis heralds the introduction of a race-ready carbon hardtail to the Juliana range. Like the Trek bikes, your Juliana will come fully loaded by SRAM.
Gary Fisher – Meet this beloved cycling icon at Trek’s HQ in Madison, WI. Join Gary for a private tour of the facility, followed by a MTB ride in Trek’s backyard capped off by a night out on the town with Gary in Madison.
Prize drawing will begin on August 12th, live from Leadville with Fatty. Please note that prizes occur in a rolldown fashion with winners getting their pick at their prize of preference first and continues in such a manner until all prizes have been claimed. Even if you are not contacted on the first day, you still have a chance at being a winner.