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Advocate Cycles offers limited edition Hayduke frames to benefit IMBA

Published November 11, 2016

MINNEAPOLIS (BRAIN) — Advocate Cycles is offering a specially-painted, limited edition Hayduke frame to be sold as a fundraiser for IMBA.

Advocate Cycles pledges 100 percent of its after-tax profits to be donated to cycling advocacy efforts. To coincide with IMBA's World Summit this week in Bentonville, Arkansas, they have created a limited run of 30 frames from their Hayduke model, with custom art designed by Adam Turman.

The frames will be sold through Advocate Cycle's dealer and direct sales channels for $800. Each purchase will include a 1-year membership to IMBA, with the entire purchase price going to IMBA's Dig In Campaign.

"My early background with cycling advocacy was with trail organizations that are member-chapters of IMBA," said Tim Krueger, president of Advocate Cycles. "The work that IMBA does worldwide has created this amazing resource of trails we all enjoy, and that is why they are a primary recipient of the money we generate for cycling advocacy through Advocate Cycles."

The Hayduke is a hardtail made with Reynolds 725 chromoly. It can be run as a 29er or 27.5+; 142mm or 148mm rear hub; single speed or geared; fully rigid or w/suspension fork. It's designed for a 120mm travel fork, with Portage swappable dropouts, and internal dropper post routing.

Sales will begin this week at the World Summit, and then be available through other channels after that.

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