2017 Niner IMBA bike giveaway fundraiser

Since 2008, Niner has created numerous a one-off, custom painted IMBA edition mountain bikes that were auctioned off to raise money for the global trail steward. This year, they’re doing something a little different. Rather than make one bike, they’re offering up three complete bikes with their SRAM Eagle 5-star build and six framesets (1 XS, 2 Small, 3 Medium, 2 Large, 1 XL in total, complete bike winners will get to pick their sizes first). More pics and the link to enter below…

2017 Niner IMBA bike giveaway fundraiser

This year’s bike is the newly redesigned JET 9 RDO. Click on over to IMBA’s website to enter. Every $10 donation to IMBA through this portal buys you one chance to win, and the giveaway closes May 5, 2017 (so don’t dawdle!).

2017 Niner IMBA bike giveaway fundraiser

2017 Niner IMBA bike giveaway fundraiser

2017 Niner IMBA bike giveaway fundraiser

2017 Niner IMBA bike giveaway fundraiser

Check Niner’s story about the program here.

NinerBikes.com

 

5 COMMENTS

  1. While I fully appreciate external cables, and appreciate the difficulty of working out good routing (having had to design routing for a number of frames), I have to say that this is some sloppy/lazy positioning…

    • Got to love the internet. A company spends time designing custom graphics to support a good cause, donates tons of product for that cause then takes more time to promote the auction and the first comment is whining about cable routing.

  2. I kinda agree with you on the their cable routing. I think Dave Turner does external cable routing best on his bikes and should be an example for others to follow. Other than that, it looks like a nice bike, although I’m not a fan of 29ers.

    • Funny, IMBA Trail Solutions is helping with a trail project where I live that’s labeled a black-diamond and is so rocky and technical I am too unskilled to ride it and don’t even like running it. Also funny, IMBA only goes where invited and designs/builds what’s asked of them and what is allowed by the land manager.

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