To commemorate Veteran’s Day, Mosaic and Pearl Izumi have joined forces to support the Wounded Warrior Project. In 2018 Mosaic’s wounded warrior ‘cross project raised more than $17,000 for WWP and for 2019 the partners are stepping up their game to raise more and directly impact the lives of vets. Read on more on this project below.
This year Mosaic Cycles is raffling off a one-of-a kind custom Titanium bicycle to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, while new partner Pearl Izumi has made limited edition clothing kits to match, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the WWP. The project is facilitated by elite racer and Air National Guard pilot Mitch Hoke, as well as supporting partners Shimano and Donnelly.
The $10 per ticket bike raffle will benefit the Veterans’ charity while entrants gain the chance to win a unique custom bike with a limited edition paint scheme.
The Bike Raffle:
-The raffle winner will receive a Mosaic XT-1 titanium frame 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 – purchase at Mosaic.
-Ticket sales open through Midnight on Sunday Dec. 15.
-Complete bike will include Ultegra Mechanical or GRX mechanical group with Ultegra wheels shod with Donnelly tires, and a Shimano Pro Cockpit.
Coming on board for 2019 is new kit partner Pearl Izumi. The Colorado-based brand is excited to support the Wounded Warrior ‘Cross Project with a kit designed with Hoke and Mosaic. A portion of kit sales will go to the WWP, where they will help the organization in their continued mission or supporting military veterans as they re-integrate into society post-deployment. WWP programs include a number of opportunities like the Soldier Ride program which introduces vets to the physical and mental benefits of incorporating cycling into their lives.
The 2019 Pearl Izumi Wounded Warrior ‘Cross Project kit is on sale now.