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Choose your canyon bike giveaway

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choose your canyon

Enter to win $4,000 for a Canyon of your choice & support cycling in WNC

We are excited to invite you to support two amazing local non-profits in Western North Carolina by entering to win $4,000 towards the purchase of a Canyon bike of your choice. By supporting these two organizations, you are supporting grass-roots bicycle advocacy as well as the stewardship of the local trails and pathways in and around Asheville, NC. 

Purchase tickets for a chance to win any of the prizes by clicking here!

Entry sales start: NOW!
Available until: June 12, 2022 at 12:00 pm EST
Drawing date: June 16, 2022 at 8:00 am EST

pisgah area sorba

Pisgah Area SORBA (PAS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing mountain biking and recreational opportunities in Western North Carolina through maintaining and improving the trail systems in and around the Pisgah Ranger District of Pisgah National Forest. PAS provides opportunities for stewardship, care, and creation of trails in the Asheville/Western NC region. PAS offers trail maintenance workdays, educational programs, and family activities that promote the responsible use of public lands and trails by mountain bikers and other trail users. In addition, the organization provides leadership in protecting and preserving the environment through advocacy, the development of informed and progressive public policy, and encouraging the establishment and management of protected resource areas within the greater Asheville and Western NC region.

Asheville on bikes

Asheville on Bikes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating the culture of urban and commuter cycling in Asheville and Buncombe County through advocacy & celebration. Founded in 2006, Asheville on Bikes began as a group of 25 cyclists who dressed up and rode in Asheville’s holiday parade, winning a $750 prize for their spirited presence. That prize became the nest egg for Asheville on Bikes’ initial advocacy efforts, including community rides, bike corrals, and many, many emails to city and county staff.

We believe that cycling has a direct impact on the health and happiness of our community. Our membership, board members, and dozens of business sponsors work with public officials at the city, county and state levels to advocate for better roads, sidewalks, greenways and infrastructure that allow bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorists to safely exist in harmony. In addition to our advocacy efforts, Asheville on Bikes celebrates the joy of riding a bike through family-friendly group rides, bicycle safety and education courses, and premier annual events.