For the fifth year in a row, the Pisgah Project is back. A joint effort between several companies from Asheville, NC, and the surrounding area, and the Pisgah Conservancy, the goal is to support the conservation and sustainability of the Ranger District of the Pisgah National Forest. Having raised over $130,000 over the past four years, the Pisgah Project for 2021 includes the raffle of an incredible gravel bike.

2021 Pisgah Project Raffle thomson gravel bike

Starting with a Thomson Piedmont gravel frameset in a size large only, the build also includes Thomson Alloy Drop Bars, an Elite X4 stem, and seat post collar and spacer kit.

2021 Pisgah Project Raffle thomson gravel bike 2021 Pisgah Project Raffle thomson gravel bike

Cane Creek steps in with their eeWings All-Road Titanium Cranks with a 2x chainring spider, plus a Hellbender 110 bottom bracket, 110 headset, EESilk+ carbon suspension seatpost, and ee accessories.

2021 Pisgah Project Raffle thomson gravel bike

Of course, Industry Nine would supply the wheels with a Trail 270 TRA Level 3 wheelset.

2021 Pisgah Project Raffle thomson gravel bike 2021 Pisgah Project Raffle thomson gravel bike

Fizik provides the touchpoints with Terra Bondcush tape, and a Terra Alpaca X5 saddle with Alpaca tool.

2021 Pisgah Project Raffle thomson gravel bike 2021 Pisgah Project Raffle thomson gravel bike

Additional components include Continental Terra Trail tires, Crankbrother Candy 11 Ti pedals, Praxis chainrings, and a Shimano GRX RX810 mechanical group.

All together, the build is worth about $9,168.91. To enter, you’ll need to purchase a raffle ticket, which sell for $25 each. The drawing will be held on December 11th, 2021. Check the site below for more information and full contest rules and to buy tickets.

pisgahconservancy.org

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