As the bikes arrived, everyone’s engine revved with anticipation for The End Hydrocephalus Bike Night Raffle. What a huge success! Together we raised over $4000 dollars for the Hydrocephalus Association. We couldn’t have done it without the gracious donations from Schott NYC, Rev’It, Tellason, Bell Helmets, Biltwell Inc., Blue Line Bike Lab, Topo Designs, Vans, Red Wing Heritage, Patagonia, Code 10-28 Bourbon, Darkhorse Tavern and Sierra Nevada. With the tunes of the Luxurious Panthers still echoing from last night let’s get into it.

The Winners Are:

Bell Bullitt Helmet (Large) - Betty (Dallas)

Biltwell $150 Gift Card - Alex (Houston)

Blue Line Bike Lab $50 Gift Card - Lori (Houston)

Darkhorse $50 Gift Card - Eric (Houston)

Patagonia Bags and Cap - Logan (Houston)

Red Wing Kit - Josh (Houston), Kevin (Houston), Michael (Houston), Steve (Houston), Christopher (Morrisville, NC), Sean (Houston)

Reserve Supply Company $500 Gift Card - Jim (Houston)

Rev’it $500 Gift Card - Shawn (Houston)

Schott NYC Men’s Leather Jacket (Large) - Hannah (Houston)

Schott NYC Women’s Leather Jacket (Medium) - Josh (Houston)

Tellason Duffel - Kyle (Houston)

Topo Designs Daypack in Charcoal - Lori (Houston)

Topo Designs Klettersack in Natural Canvas - Jeffrey (Houston)

10-28 Bourbon - Eric (Houston)

All Winners Have Been Contacted

Thank you to everyone that supported our fundraiser far and near. 100% of the money raised will go to the Hydrocephalus Association. Founded in 1983 to provide support for families living with the challenges of hydrocephalus, the HA has become the nation’s largest and most respected organization devoted exclusively to hydrocephalus. Since 2009, HA has turned its research investment of $13 million into $50+ million in additional research, becoming the largest non-profit, non-governmental funder of hydrocephalus research in the U.S. The HA is making progress along many promising paths toward better treatment options and a cure - for those living with hydrocephalus and those who love them, HA is the best hope for finding a cure. For more information about the Hydrocephalus Association visit hydroassoc.org.

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