Calfee Manta Pro Dream Bike


Easton Cycling is giving away hand built road bikes from Calfee Design, Caletti Cycles, Black Cat, Hunter and Rock Lobster, in The Dream Bike Charity Raffle.  Click here to enter to win.

Easton Cycling is kicking off the Dream Bike Charity Raffle with a truly special ride from Calfee Design.  Enjoy this video of Craig introducing the raffle and the Manta as well as the charity he has chosen to benefit.  Five years in the making, the Calfee Manta is a “race platform” road bike that leverages a patented, active suspension system at the rear wheel. The design enhances traction, power transmission and comfort to increase rider performance.

Calfee Manta Drive Side Profile_Easton


The 56cm frame in these photos—outfitted with the very best components, including Shimano Dura Ace Di2 and Easton EC90 wheels, bar, stem and seatpost—is the first production Calfee Manta ever made and it’s actually the exact bike that you can win (though, if you require a different size we’re happy to take the 56cm in trade).

Tickets are $5/each, and although no purchase is necessary to enter, you can increase your chances of winning by purchasing more raffle tickets. 100% of proceeds from this charity raffle will go to Cyclists for Cultural Exchange, find out more about this great cause here:

The winner of this Dream Bike will be selected randomly on October 1, 2013. Good luck and enjoy the ride!

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