This is the PLACE to buy additional raffle entries to increase your chances to win in the 2020 El Dia De Los Enduros Prize Raffle (and, most importantly, to increase the amount of your DONATION to Rett Syndrome Research Trust)!
The Raffle will take place November 16, 2020.
Please read the instructions for ordering!
Raffle tickets are not able to be purchased without El Dia De Los Enduros Registration. To register for El Dia, please click HERE.
Raffle Entries purchased on this page are in ADDITION to the the entry you receive when you Register for El Dia De Los Enduros and order your T-Shirt.
- You DO NOT need to purchase additional raffle entries to be eligible to win.
- To purchase 1, 2, or 3 additional tickets, please simply adjust the order quantity to reflect your choice (each ticket is $5).
- To order 5, 10, or 30 additional tickets, please leave your order quantity at 1 and make your 5, 10, or 30 selection using the radio button for that ticket amount.
- If you order 5, 10, or 30 tickets, they will be in ADDITION to the FIRST additional ticket you selected, so you will receive 6,11, or 31 entries.
Thank you for taking the time to read the order instructions. If you have ANY questions, please chat, email, or call us BEFORE placing your order. We will be happy to help you.
Thank you very much for your GENEROSITY in choosing to help us support Rett Syndrome Research!
The Grand Prize for the raffle is a RideFast Wheelset (the winner will choose which wheelset it is). The 2nd prize is a set of RideFast HLN835c carbon handlebars.
As of 10/14/20 additional prizes are as follows (we'll continue to update this list as brands inform us of what they'll be donating)
Zoic-$150 Gift Certificate
Crank Brothers-5 sets: Stamp 7 Pedals; 3 M20 Multi-Tools
SDG-Dropper Post Gift Certificate
Fix MFG-Wheelie Wrench
VitalMTB-3 Gear Club Welcome Boxes
...More coming soon!
You can also DONATE directly to Rett Syndrome Research Trust by visiting their website: reverserett.org
About Rett Syndrome Research Trust (www.reverserett.org)
RSRT was launched in 2008 to drive research to a cure for Rett Syndrome and related MECP2 disorders. Our mission is urgent: 15,000 children and adults in the United States and 350,000 globally live with the agonizing symptoms of Rett Syndrome.
RSRT funds more research than any other Rett organization in the U.S. and abroad. Since 2008, RSRT has awarded $66 million to research. An average of ninety-six percent of every dollar donated to RSRT goes directly to our research program. Keeping our internal team lean and fiercely motivated allows us to focus funds and energy on what matters most: healing our children as quickly as possible.
As one of the few neurological disorders to show dramatic symptom reversal in mice, Rett Syndrome has attracted unprecedented interest from university and pharmaceutical scientists. Through innovative research and constant engagement with scientists, clinicians, industry, investors and affected families, RSRT is at the epicenter of this activity.
We do more than just write checks: we are changing the landscape of Rett research. We set the research agenda by proactively identifying and monitoring promising therapeutic areas, seeking out scientific and industry partnerships and working closely with them to incubate programs through the drug development pipeline. We are risk takers who do not shy away from bold and innovative projects unlikely to be funded by the NIH or other more conventional funding agencies.
We believe Rett Syndrome can be cured, but time matters. A rigorous, coordinated, and agile research agenda will get us there as quickly as possible. Our ultimate goal is to become obsolete – by finding a cure.