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Mosaic Cycles Raffling Custom Ti Bike to Benefit Wounded Warrior Project

Published December 6, 2018

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Mosaic Cycles is pleased to announce they are raffling off a one-of-a kind custom Titanium bicycle to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. For $10 per ticket, entrants will be contributing to the Veterans' charity while gaining the chance to win a unique CX race bike handpainted with elite racer Mitch Hoke's signature color scheme.

Mosaic is supporting Mitch Hoke's 2018/19 cross season while giving back to veterans through the Wounded Warrior Project. Mosiac designed the custom XT-1 for Hoke, who is racing while managing the FCX Elite Team and raising awareness and money for the Wounded Warrior Project.

In addition to his work as an elite racer, Hoke is a pilot for the Air National Guard. The project grew organically out of his desire to use cycling to benefit veterans. Project contributions to the WWP began with the early fall Mosaic/Hoke/WWP replica team kit sale, and now progress to the raffle, whereby all proceeds will go to benefit the WWP and the winner will receive a sweet custom Ti CX bike for $10.

The Details:

  • The raffle winner will receive an XT-1 built for them in their custom size

  • Winner may choose from the special edition WWP paint layout or any other stock Mosaic paint scheme

  • $10 per ticket

  • Ticket sales open though Midnight on Dec 14.

  • Complete bike will include mechanical shifting, disc brake group, Pro Vibe cockpit, Donnelly tires, Wheels TBD

The Wounded Warrior Project is a 501c3 Non-Profit with the goal of supporting Veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001. The WWP supports veterans in finding mental and physical support, housing, and work.

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