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Other than making great beer, Oskar Blues brewery also makes a lot of good through their nonprofit CAN’d Aid Foundation. Whether it’s donating canned drinking water to towns in crisis (recently they donated 250,000 cans to Flint, MI), getting kids on bikes, building trails, or a number of other initiatives, Oskar Blues loves to be “Doin’ good and making a Fuh’ Can difference.”

If you haven’t already donated to the cause, Oskar Blues’ bike spin off REEB Cycles is sweetening the pot. For each donation starting at $10, you’ll be entered to win a sweet, made in Colorado, REEB Cycle. The only catch is that for the bike to be given away donations need to exceed $3400. If that happens then one lucky winner will be able to chose between a REEBdikeleous mountain bike or REEBdonkadonk fat bike…

One possible configuration of the REEBdonkadonk fat bike.

From Oskar Blues:

Donate, Do Good and Ride Hard on a 100% Made in the USA REEB Cycle

Make a donation today and we’ll automatically enter you in our REEBstakes drawing where you could win an amazing custom quality mountain bike from Oskar Blues’ REEB cycle. The winner will have their choice of an awesome hard tail REEBdikyelous or snow-trackin’ REEBdonkadonk. Your donations help us maximize CAN’d Aid style “do-goodery” in communities around the US.

CAN’d Aid is all about diggin’ in and makin’ a difference where we CAN. Proceeds from this drawing help us do more of our “do-goodery” which is focused on:

  • Towns: Building strong communities
  • Treads + Trails: Get outside and get after it!
  • Tunes: For your eyeholes and earholes
  • Love Yur Mama: Save the blue marble

Entries start at $10 for 1 ticket, $15 for 2, $20 for 3, or $60 for 6. Follow the link below to enter.

candaid.tapkat.org

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