Ride into the future of e-bikes

E-bikes are growing in popularity as a sustainable alternative to gas-powered vehicles, allowing you an eco-friendly way to travel while lowering your carbon footprint.

E-bikes (electric bicycles) use an electric motor to assist pedaling. While designed like a regular bicycle, e-bikes give you a boost when needed to get up hills or haul groceries home. For some, switching to an e-bike has meant being able to take a car off the road, significantly reducing carbon emissions. For others, it means the ability to go farther than they could have on a standard bicycle, allowing more people to get outdoors, something appealing to many in this time of pandemic restrictions. In December 2020, Forbes magazine predicted e-bike sales to grow worldwide from 3.7 million bikes sold in 2019 to 17 million by 2030.

If you dream of joining the e-bike revolution, now is your chance! You can win an e-bike thanks to raffles on now in Creston, Invermere and Kimberley/Cranbrook

Time is running out to buy your tickets for the Wildsight Creston e-bike raffle, which closes May 1st. Buy your chance to win an EVO Bushwick Step-Through E-bike. Only 600 tickets are being sold, at $20 each. Proceeds go towards Wildsight Creston’s work in conservation, water and public events.

Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook is raffling off a beautiful KONA El Kahuna e-bike, with 1,000 tickets total at $20 each. Tickets are on sale until August 2nd; be sure to buy yours soon! Proceeds go to supporting Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook’s conservation, education and regeneration initiatives.

You have until September 3 to buy your $20 tickets for Wildsight Invermere’s e-bike raffle. Only 700 tickets will be sold for a chance to win the Magnum Navigator e-bike, so pick up yours today. All proceeds go towards Wildsight Invermere’s climate change and conservation efforts.

Better your chances at winning by buying tickets for all three raffles, and support Wildsight’s work today.