PHOTO EPIC: Crankbrothers For Others

PHOTO EPIC: Crankbrothers For Others

To earn donations for their charities of choice, our athletes chose to wear the CB4Others tattoo at races across the globe. 

Greg Minnaar wore the CB4Others tattoo to support the Ride for Michael foundation. Michael Bonney played a huge role in the early days of Greg's career, as well as many others, and when he was involved in a life changing accident, Greg was determined to help give back. 

U23 XC World Cup Champion Kate Courtney wore the CB4Others tattoo to support Litte Bella's; a US based program focussed on getting young girls into cycling. 

The Ghost Factory Racing XC Team sported the CB4Others tattoo throughout the UCI XC World Cup Series in support of World Bicycle Relief; a charity driven to mobilizing the world through the Power of Bicycles. 

Mountain biking's biggest showman, Cedric Gracia, wore the CB4Others tattoo during the Enduro World Series to support I Ride For Paul, an initiative set up to support freeride mountain biker Paul Basagoitia after his serious spinal injury. 

Enduro World Series racers Mark Scott and Iago Garay both chose to support Riding Forward through the CB4others campaign; a US based program focussed on using two wheels to improve the futures of local youth.

Ines Thoma and her Canyon Factory Racing teammates sported the CB4Others tattoo's to earn donations for World Bicycle Relief.

Cecile Ravanel sporting a CB4Others tattoo as she was crowned Enduro World Series Champion. Cecile earned donations for French charity Rêves which supports seriously ill children.

Photo credit@svenmartinphoto


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