Winners will personal bikes to match these raced by Evie Richards (GB), Kate Courtney (USA), Marianne Vos (NL) and Annemiek van Vleuten (NL)
In celebration of the 2023 UCI Biking World Championships in Scotland, World Bicycle Aid, official world charity accomplice of the occasion, is providing biking followers around the globe the chance to win certainly one of 4 top-of-the-range bikes donated by world-leading cyclists and their model sponsors.*
*Phrases and circumstances and different routes to entry are outlined right here.
To be in with an opportunity of successful, entrants should register by the VIPrize platform. A donation to World Bicycle Aid by way of the platform generates an entry to the prize draw. Different routes to entry are outlined right here. Donations will profit World Bicycle Aid’s programmes.
The profile of girls’s biking and racing is exploding across the globe, with unimaginable performances and viewing figures to match. Whereas feminine athletes are breaking boundaries on the sharp finish of the game and gaining the popularity they deserve, World Bicycle Aid prioritises ladies within the international locations it serves – providing 70% of the bikes it distributes by its programmes to ladies and women.
Win 1 of 4 one-of-a-kind duplicate World Championship bikes
World Bicycle Aid and VIPrize have joined forces with 4 of the world’s most distinctive feminine cyclists and their model sponsors to provide supporters the chance to stroll away with 1 of 4 limited-edition duplicate bicycles.
- Win a reproduction of USA’s Kate Courtney’s limited-edition SCOTT Spark RC!
- Help Britain’s very personal Evie Richards and win a Trek Supercaliber 9.9 Workforce Version!
- Choose up a reproduction of Dutch legend Marianne Vos’ Workforce Jumbo Visma Cervélo S5!
- Take residence a reproduction World Championships limited-edition Canyon Aeroad CFR Disc supported by Dutch biking icon Annemiek van Vleuten!
Claire Geiger, Director of International Partnerships, World Bicycle Aid, stated: “Feminine racers are setting new information and shattering glass ceilings within the biking world. In the meantime, ladies and women in lots of rural communities around the globe depend on bicycles to entry very important companies and training – notably when strolling and sharing lifts are usually not protected choices”
“Because of this we prioritise 70% of our bikes for ladies and women. As a result of whether or not racing for the rainbow stripes or racing in the direction of an training, bikes actually remodel lives. Help from cyclists and biking followers watching the UCI Biking World Championships can be life-changing for each”
Britain’s very personal Evie Richards, Cross-Nation World Champion in 2021 and 2023 British Nationwide Cross-Nation Champion, alongside Trek, will donate a Trek Manufacturing facility Racing team-edition Trek Supercaliber 9.9.
In assist of World Bicycle Aid, Evie stated: “A bicycle could be a game-changer, particularly for ladies and women in rural areas.”
The USA’s Kate Courtney, Cross-Nation World Champion in 2018, and SCOTT, are donating a one-of-a-kind SCOTT Spark RC outfitted with SRAM, RockShox and Syncros elements in a singular design impressed by ladies in biking, and the upcoming 2023 MTB World Championships.
Kate stated: “To me and to so many ladies around the globe, bikes are freedom. Via their unimaginable packages, WBR will get bikes into the arms of girls and women in rural areas for whom they’ll present not solely a method of bodily transportation however the seed for cultural transformation. I’m proud to be among the many highly effective group of feminine athletes supporting this venture and serving to WBR attain 1 million bikes distributed by 2025!”
About World Bicycle Aid
World Bicycle Aid is a world non-profit dedicated to serving to people overcome the barrier of distance, helps these in want with bicycles. Two wheels and a body aren’t ground-breaking – however when positioned within the arms of the suitable folks, bicycles turn into automobiles of change that may uplift generations.
Since 2005, World Bicycle Aid, in partnership with native communities, has distributed greater than 740,000 bicycles and educated over 3,000 bicycle mechanics throughout 21 international locations in Africa, Southeast Asia and South America.
Fundraising and donations will assist the charity to succeed in its objective of distributing 1 million bicycles by 2025.
World Bicycle Aid empowers folks and communities by life-changing bicycles