Donate Today! There's Still Time to Win a Bike!

Jun 4, 2014

This month we have been raising money for our Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It. Campaign in support of the U.S Bicycle Route System. Since the kick off on May 1st, we’ve raised $126,873. That’s $1,873 more than our $125,000 campaign goal! Because the campaign has been extended until June 10th, we hope those of you who still want to donate will do so today, and help us raise even more. Help us surpass our original goal by donating today.

We also wanted to announce many of our fabulous prize winners from throughout the campaign:

Nutcase Helmet: Karyn from Dallas, TX

ACA Schwag Basket: Diane from Seattle, WA

Ortlieb Bag: Virginia & Jim from Georgetown, TX

Osprey Packs: Manuel from West Covina, CA and Gregg from Union City, CA

Detours Panniers: Larry & Janet from Painseville, OH and Joanna from Madison, WI

Bike2Power Phone Mount: Kent from Fredericktown, OH

Growler Cage: Terry from Portland, OR

Velo Orange Touring Saddle: Chester (Chet) from Carriere, MS

Velo Orange Pedals: Audra from Baltimore, MD

Thunder Island Insulated Grower & T-shirt: David from Soldotna, AK

Congratulations to all of you!

And don’t forget, there’s still time to donate for a chance to win a Bike Tours Direct bike tour! Anyone who donates $25 or more through Tuesday, June 10th will be entered to win a spot on a Danube Bike Path 7-day bike tour with Bike Tours Direct, another one of Adventure Cycling's Corporate Members.

And remember that when you donate $50 or more until the end of the campaign on Jun 10th, you’ll also be entered to win a Raleigh Sojourn touring bike. Those are some amazing prizes!

Thank you again for helping us build the U.S. Bicycle Route System!

The 2014 BUILD IT. BIKE IT. BE A PART OF IT. campaign runs through May 31, 2014. All donations are tax deductible and support Adventure Cycling's organizing efforts and technical assistance for the U.S. Bicycle Route System. The campaign is supported by Adventure Cycling members, bicycle industry partners, bicycle clubs, and cyclists across North America.

The 2014 Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It. campaign is sponsored by Planet Bike, Primal Wear, Ortlieb USA, Bike Tours Direct, Sun Bicycles, and Team Estrogen. Bicycle club sponsors are Almaden Cycle Touring Club and Cascade Bicycle Club. In-kind sponsors include Beer & Bike Tours, Bike2Power, BikeFlights, Bike Touring News, Cygolite, Detours, Growler Cage, Nutcase, Ortlieb USA, OspreyPark Tool, Primal Wear, RaleighThunder Island Brewing, and Velo Orange.

The U.S. Bicycle Route System is supported in part by grants from the the Lazar Foundation, New Belgium Brewing, Climate Ride, and the Tawani Foundation.

*No purchase necessary to enter any featured sweepstakes offered during the Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It. campaign. To enter any USBRS campaign sweepstakes, send an email to development@adventurecycling.org with full name, address, phone, and email address by the cut off date (listed on the blog post featuring that day's sweepstakes) at 5pm MDT. Winners are selected by random drawing. Winners agree to release their name for public disclosure and promotion of sweepstakes on Adventure Cycling's blog and other communications outlets. 

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Carolyn Long

Hello! I am very glad to have just made a contribution to the US Bicycle Route campaign and that the time frame was extended. A few years back I had the great pleasure of meeting Ginny Sullivan and her family while my partner and I were participating with them in a Colorado bike trip. The trip was our first Adventure Cycling trip and it was a great experience in many ways. One of the highlights for sure was having the opportunity to meet and be inspired by Ginny. We had a really fun visit one evening while taking in the warm waters of the Glenwood Springs pool!

I hope I win a bike but, more importantly, I hope I meet Ginny and other AC folks and cycling advocates down the road on the US Bicycle Route!

Thanks for your great work,

Carolyn Long

June 4, 2014, 10:45 AM
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