The Millstone Trails Association is excited to announce that we are holding a raffle this year, in partnership with Orbea and Vermont Bicycle Shop — and the prize is a Loki H20 bicycle! Enter to win and this awesome machine could be yours!
Tickets: $10 each, or 5 for $40 (save $10!) or 10 for $80 (save $20!) or 20 for $160 (save $40!)
Purchase entries securely via Paypal here:
Entries are also available in-store at Vermont Bicycle Shop and Delicate Decadence. Each ticket counts as one entry; there is no limit to the number of entries you can purchase. Odds of winning are dependent on the number of tickets purchased. Members of the Board of Directors of the Millstone Trails Association are excluded from winning.
All proceeds will support MTA’s efforts to maintain, develop and promote the Millstone Trails system.
The winner will be drawn from all entries at our annual end-of-season event in the late fall. We want to make sure the winner gets a bike they can actually use, so if a frame that fits the winner isn’t in stock at Vermont Bicycle Shop, one will be ordered at that time.
About the prize bike:
The Orbea Loki H20 is everything that a “Plus Bike” should be. Proper 3 inch wide tires with modern Boost spacing hubs, a 1×11 drivetrain that is compatible with more than just one brand cassette and a proper hydraulic brake setup from Shimano that will last. This bike is what a well thought out hard tail should be. A slack enough head tube to challenge any Enduro trail as well as a responsive enough ride for those wanting something a little faster than the average plus bike. 3 inch wide tires mounted to proper 40mm wide rims create just enough cushion and traction that you might forget that you are on a hardtail. Designed and handmade in a part of Spain very similar to our own little corner of Vermont, this might be the perfect Millstone Trails bicycle. From rocks to roots and all the gravel roads in between, this is what a Plus Bike should be. Click here to check out the Loki H20 on the Orbea website.
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