Rare Gary Fisher singlespeed to be raffled off for charity

Your chance to win a Superfly 29er

The winner of the raffle at fatcyclist.com will get a Gary Fisher Superfly Singlespeed similar to this one

A rare Gary Fisher Superfly singlespeed mountain bike is being raffled off to raise funds for the Lance Armstrong Foundation.


Elden “Fatty” Nelson, of the popular FatCyclist.com blog, came up with the idea after his wife was diagnosed with cancer.

He has teamed up with Gary Fisher Bicycles, which donated the frameset,  and SLC Bicycles, which is donating the components to complete the build.

The Superfly Singlespeed 29er is not for sale anywhere. All bikes being built are already spoken for, so if you haven’t got one on order, this is the only way you can get one. A signed, framed poster of Lance is also up for grabs.

To enter the raffle, just donate to Elden’s LiveStrong Challenge page. For every US$5 you give, you will receive a virtual raffle ticket, with the draw being held on 1 February.


For more details on how you can win a bike while joining in the fight against cancer, check out this entry on Fatty’s blog.