Through the generous donation from our ride mechanic Graham we have this wonderful Rock Machine Blackout 60 bike for one of our fundraisers!!
The bike is a size 53cm (the frame sticker says L) which is a UK medium. But Graham says it’s more an M-L.
Not only that, you’ll get a bike Helmet, bike lock, bottle and cage to go with it.
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What do you have to do to win this? Well, we want to increase the funds raised by the ride so the more you raise on JustGiving the better your chance of winning the bike. Therefore the rules are:
- You will get your a single ticket for the bike raffle when you reach £250 on your JustGiving Hero JOGLE Relay page
- For each £100 you raise thereafter you will get another ticket.
- Funds raised must be online funds. Offline funds will only be included at the discretion of the ride administrators if you supply evidence that Help For Heroes have accepted those funds as part of your Hero JOGLE Relay fundraising.
- The fundraising total used for your entry will be based on the JustGiving page totals on or very soon after midnight on the 1st of October (one month after the ride is finished).
- There is no limit to the number of tickets you can get.
- The draw will be made blindfold in a public manner by the ride admins using cloakroom tickets (or similar) in a container with the each ticket number allocated to a fundraiser.
- The draw will made in the latter half of October (after the date in 4 above)
- A single ticket will be drawn blindfold and the winner notified.
- Winner must provide delivery address for the bike within 2 weeks of being notified by us at their ride registration email address.
- If the winner does not respond, or does not want the prize, then the draw will be repeated in the same manner until we have a winner (the second and subsequent tickets may be drawn at the same time, but the names will not be publicised).
- This prize is the only prize on offer, there are no substitutions possible and no cash alternative.
- In the highly unlikely event that no one takes the prize then the ride administrators will dispose of the bike in the best way they can find to support Help For Heroes.