We are excited to announce the latest GoHawkeye giveaway in partnership with ESI Ergonomic Solutions…the Kids Wildcat Handcycle Contest!
Open to kids age 6-11, this is an essay contest (parents can help) to win a Wildcat handcycle, custom built by ReActive Adaptations. Bike builder Jake O’Connor designed this unique off road handcycle especially made for a young “wildcat” to rip on mountain bike trails.
The Wildcat comes complete with SRAM 1-3 internal hub, 20″ Maxxis tires and a huge amount of seat and crankset adjustment and will accommodate almost any size child.
The prize winning Wildcat for this contest is donated by Carol Keogh, owner of ESI Ergonomic Solutions from Mesa, Arizona. Carol is a regular contributor to the GoHawkeye Foundation.
How To Enter
Complete and submit the application form below for your chance to win a Wildcat handcycle by ReActive Adaptations.
ReActive Adaptations is currently building two Wildcats for GoHawkeye. One for Oregon Adaptive Sports and the other for Teton Adaptive Sports. These bikes were paid for by Anika Parr and Helena Burger. These young philanthropists have raised over $7,000 for the GoHawkeye youth development fund by hiking, biking and bake sales over their summer vacations.