Win the Same Bike Braydon Bringhurst Used to Climb UP All 8600′ of The Whole Enchilada!

Last week, Braydon Bringhurst turned the mountain bike world upside down with his full-length film – 8600FT. The subject of that film? Climbing UP the whole length of The Whole Enchilada epic trail, and clearing every section. That includes the infamous Snotch, which doesn’t seem like it should be physically possible for anyone to climb up it. Oh, and that was just one big move out of many on his way up to the summit during the 8,000+ foot ascent.

Canyon Spectral Braydon Bringhurst 8600'

Photos c. Canyon

Braydon accomplished the incredible feat using a Canyon Spectral 29 outfitted with a full SRAM/RockShox part kit, and now that same bike is being raffled off for charity. During one of the more poignant moments of the film, Braydon reveals that his cousin took his own life, which is why this raffle will support Crisis Text Line. “All raised funds will go to Crisis Text Line, a mental health nonprofit that provides free, 24/7, high-quality text-based mental health support and crisis intervention by empowering a community of trained volunteers to support people in their moments of need.”

Canyon Spectral Braydon Bringhurst 8600' Canyon Spectral Braydon Bringhurst 8600'

The Canyon Spectral 29 available to the winner includes a custom decal kit paying homage to the 8600′ feat. A minimum donation of $10 is required to be eligible to win the bike, and the contest runs until 02/02/2023. Check the link below for more info and to enter.

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Erik Olsson
24 days ago

That was a great motivational film. Dude is a legit superman. Worth watching.

Billy
Billy
19 days ago
Reply to  Erik Olsson

YES!! My wife and I watched last night. Utterly insane!!!

Mike R.
Mike R.
23 days ago

Why do all new bikes look like girls’ bikes? Even girls don’t ride in dresses anymore, so there’s no need for the dropped top bar and resulting weaker frame geometry.

Onawalk
Onawalk
22 days ago
Reply to  Mike R.

Are you from the stone age?
What on earth are you talking about, a compact triangle is always going to be stronger than a traditional frame. And top tube clearance, whether you’re a man or woman, is top priority when riding off-road.
This is a stunningly dated comment

Cool3
Cool3
23 days ago

Only for participants from USA, unfortunately…

Seraph
Seraph
19 days ago

I like how they say it’s the same bike, but it doesn’t even have the same fork.

Billy
Billy
19 days ago
Reply to  Seraph

The article says it’s the “same bike” but the site is a little clearer: Braydon is raffling a custom Spectral 29, the same model he rode in the film.