Help Raise Money for the Oregon Timber Trail and Win a Giant Trance 1

Help Raise Money for the Oregon Timber Trail and Win a Giant Trance

Trails cost money. A recent trend has been for trail organizations to raise money by raffling off a bike. The Oregon Timber Trail is working with Giant/Liv to drive donations and offer one lucky winner a new Giant Trance Advanced 29 2 or Liv Intrigue Advanced 2 carbon mountain bike in your size, plus a full set of Giant bikepacking bags and a guided trip with Cog Wild. The explorer’s prize package contains $3,000 worth of great prizes. All the proceeds go to support the work required along the Oregon Timber Trail.

HELP US FUNDRAISE FOR THE NEXT PHASE

& win a Giant Trance Advanced 29 + $3,000 in prizes!

The Oregon Timber Trail Alliance is mapping out our priority projects over the next 10 years—and this wish list doesn’t come cheap. To help us fundraise for our stewardship events, education program, community engagement, and new trail builds we’re offering limited edition stickers and sticker packs for the first time!

And to sweeten the deal we’re giving away a Giant Trance Advanced 29 2 or Liv Intrigue Advanced 2 carbon mountain bike in your size, plus a full set of Giant bikepacking bags and a guided trip with Cog Wild. Our explorer’s prize package contains $3,000 worth of prizes and all the proceeds from this giveaway go towards our work along the Oregon Timber Trail.

To enter, purchase a limited edition sticker sheet (one entry) or the bonus sticker pack (three entries) using the form at the top of this page. Enter as many times as you want and share your sticker wealth with your buddies as you ride away on your shiny new carbon mountain bike!

Join us for the big drawing and bonus prizes on September 12th at our events at Base Camp Brewing in Portland and LOGE Entrada in Bend!

The winning ticket(s) will be drawn at 7PM on September 12th, 2019. Must have a valid United States address. Winner need not be present to win.

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