Freedom Wheels Bike Raffle
Riding a bike is something nearly every single one of us did as a kid and we probably never gave it a second thought. Some kids don’t have this basic luxury of such a joy that represents fun, freedom, independence, and adventure. Fortunately kids with disabilities are helped by an organisation called TADVIC with a program called Freedom Wheels. With your support towards this raffle for a chance to win an Olympic Edition Specialized Tarmac, we can raise up to $75,000 which will put 65 kids on bikes. Doesn’t that sound like it’s worth buying a $50 ticket?
TADVIC, a volunteer program who runs the Freedom Wheels Modified Bike Program, is raffling a Specialized S-Works Olympic Edition Bike valued at $15,000. The Olympic S-Works were designed specifically for Specialized team riders such as Tom Boonen and 2012 Olympics Gold Medal Winner Alexander Vinokourov. As I already said, we can raise up to $75,000 which will put 65 kids on bikes.
Ticket Price: $50
Number of Tickets in Draw: 1500
Raffle tickets can be purchased online through trybooking.com
100% of proceeds will go to TADVIC to support its work in making customised bikes for children and adults with disabilities. This raffle is proudly supported by Total Rush and CyclingTips (and more than anyone,Troy Upfield – but he won’t want me telling you that).
9.00pm, Sunday 7 April 2013 at Total Rush – 345 Punt Rd, Richmond, Victoria, 3121
This raffle is open to anyone around the world and bike will be shipped internationally at winner’s expense. It will be packed and boxed professionally, and we don’t anticipate a huge shipping bill with our shipping contacts.
Results will be publicised here on CyclingTips and www.troyupfield.com
Troy Upfield: +61 (0)417 999 123 or troyupfield [at] gmail [dot] com
Rosemary Nolan: rosemary [at] tadvic [dot] asn.au
Permit holder: TADVIC Inc. Permit Number:11453/12
WINNING PRIZE :: OLYMPIC EDITION SPECIALIZED S-WORKS TARMAC
Size 56cm frame
Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL4 Olympic Edition Frame (164 of 260 made)
Campagnolo – Super Record groupset
Weight: 6.24 Kg
Valued at: $15,000 AUD