Enter to Win and Support Diversity Efforts in Collegiate Cycling

Support EF Pro Cycling, Cannondale & USA Cycling’s efforts to establish cycling programs at Historically Black Colleges & Universities, and Tribal Colleges and Universities. Every entry to win the Cannondale/Palace/Rapha bike ridden by EF Pro Cycling at the 2020 Giro d’Italia and other prizes directly supports these programs.

Cannondale and EF Pro Cycling have donated two (2) limited edition team bikes in an ongoing effort to support the launch and continued success of USA Cycling’s collegiate cycling programs within HBCU and TCU programs across the country.

Don’t miss your chance to win a limited edition bike while supporting strategic efforts to increase diversity, equity and inclusion in cycling. Here is a link for a $20 raffle ticket. https://usacycling.betterworld.org/giveaways/usa-cycling#details

Launched by Cannondale and EF Pro Cycling in November of 2020, this initial 3-year commitment to work with USA Cycling, is aimed at starting and supporting HBCU and TCU cycling programs to improve access and equity in the sport.

The annual grant is paired with mentorship programs for students to provide in-roads to the cycling industry and access to future employment.

To learn more about the program, read more here: CANNONDALE & EF PRO CYCLING COME TOGETHER WITH USA CYCLING TO HELP INCREASE RACIAL DIVERSITY IN CYCLING

About the prize:

Valued at $12,500 USD, each prize package includes:

An official EF Pro Cycling Team bike from the 2020 Giro d’Italia

A Rapha / Palace / Giro jersey

A POC / Giro special edition helmet and sunglasses

A USA Cycling Family Membership

Raffle ticket purchases are not tax deductible.

About USA Cycling: USA Cycling champions the programs, participation and performances essential to cycling in America with the support of thousands of rider members. To learn more, visit here https://usacycling.org/what-we-do

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