The WRENCH is proud to announce a fundraising raffle to support body sovereignty and autonomy; and reproductive health care. We are raffling following high performance bikes with proceeds split between the WRENCH and the Women’s Health Clinic.
Access to abortion care should feel as free and easy as riding your favorite bike! And getting around by bike should be simply dreamy in a city that knows about climate change, transportation equity, and land justice. On both fronts, we’ve come a long way, and have a long way to go!
Enter our raffle to win one of five elite level refurbished bikes. Win or lose, you’ll be supporting the missions of both WHC and the WRENCH to keep us moving towards making these dreams a reality.
Individual raffle tickets are $20 apiece. Purchase and enter to win your favorite bike by clicking on one of the links below. Ticket sales close at 11:59pm on August 18th. Draw will happen at 1057 Logan at 1:30pm on Friday, August 19th!
The Menstrual Cycle (detail and photos)
Valued at $1500!
Litespeed Tuscany road bike
The Uterine Unicorn (detail and photos)
Valued at $1200!!!
Litespeed mountain bike
The Trans-port Titan (detail and photos)
Valued at $800!!!
Raysport Road Bike (custom built frame)
The Morgentaler Miracle (detail and photos)
Valued at $1000!!!
Trek 2100 Composite road bike
The Mary Two Axe Earley Edition (detail and photos)
Valued at $900!!!
Trek Y-Frame dual suspension mountain bike
What is the Women’s Health Clinic: For over 40 years, WHC has provided pro-choice, inclusive community health care in Winnipeg. Our focus is client-centred, non-judgmental care, which extends to services including reproductive healthcare, counselling, the Provincial Eating Disorder Prevention and Recovery Program, and support for pregnant people and new parents. Through virtual programming and partnerships, WHC has expanded its reach in recent years to be able to support individuals throughout Manitoba.
What is the WRENCH?
Since 2011, the Winnipeg Repair Education and Cycling Hub has offered bike mechanic and safe cycling education and reduced cost barriers to cycling, all by relying on reuse of discarded bikes gathered at Winnipeg's 4R sites.