Reynolds Cycling Supports Huntsman Foundation Cancer Research Through Raffle at NAHBS 2017

February 3, 2017

Sandy, Utah (February 3, 2017) – Reynolds Cycling will be supporting the Huntsman Cancer Foundation and the work of the Huntsman Cancer Institute by hosting a fundraising raffle that will start today and conclude at the 2017 North American Handmade Bicycle Show, Sunday, March 12th. Reynolds Cycling will lead the fundraising raffle efforts with a set of Blacklabel carbon mountain bike wheels.

“Seeing the cycling community come together for the noble cause of advancing cancer research is a really amazing prospect. Including a set of our premium carbon wheels in the raffle will hopefully get cycling enthusiasts buying raffle tickets and help raise as much money for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation as possible,” said Mike Dufner, Reynolds Cycling’s CFO.

Other brands participating in the raffle and supporting this effort include No. 22 Bicycle Company, Kali Protectives, Magura USA, DNA Cycling, and the Huntsman 140, a charity ride that also benefits the cancer institute. Winners of the raffle will be drawn and announced the final day of the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, March 12th.

To purchase raffle tickets and to find more information on the Huntsman Cancer Institute, click here.

About Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI)

Over the last twenty years, HCI and their supporters have accelerated the pace of cancer research and treatment to better the lives of cancer patients and their families. By purchasing raffle entries, you too can join in the crusade against cancer and make a positive change in the fight against this global epidemic.

About Reynolds Cycling

Reynolds Cycling engineers and manufactures premium carbon composite bicycle wheels sold in more than 48 countries worldwide. Reynolds has an unwavering dedication to innovation and quality, housing a state-of-the-art engineering and testing studio, sourcing only the highest quality materials, and maintaining ownership of a dedicated manufacturing facility. A pioneer in composite design, Reynolds brought the first all-carbon fork to market. Two decades later, Reynolds Cycling remains committed to making the best, lightest and fastest wheels available, proven both in the lab and under the saddles of the world’s top cyclists and triathletes. For more information, visit reynoldscycling.com.

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