Saturday, July 2, 2011

Low Key Giveaway

Despite what you may believe, I am not a sponsored triathlete,  (Shocker, I know.) so I don't often come across free gear and gadgets to regift to the triathlon world out there.  However, I do think it's important to share the love with those that are coming into the sport after us, lest we live up to the snooty, stuck-up stereotype that many project on the triathlon crowd.  Trying to hang onto the back and not get dropped during your first group ride is tough enough - we should do what we can to welcome those who are venturing into the addictive and expensive world of swim.bike.running, whenever possible.
With that in mind, I have a slightly used aerobar setup from a recently upgraded bike that I would like to find a new owner.  It includes a Vision Base Bar by FSA, Profile Design T2+ aerobars and a 100mm  Vision Sizemore stem.  So, if you're just getting into tri's; or perhaps if you're just getting to the point where you're ready to upgrade to a speedier setup, here's a chance to save a couple of bucks.


Simple rules:
1. Follow the blog and leave a comment for one entry.
2. Post, tweet, woof or otherwise share info about the giveaway and get one additional entry for each effort.
3. Please don't enter unless you plan on using the prize yourself, or giving it to someone who needs it.
That's it.  I'll do the standard random number drawing on the 10th of July.
Good luck.

24 comments:

  1. Can the T2 aerobars be clamped to a typical "drop bars" on a Redline road bike? I love my Redline.

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  2. Aaawww, that is a nice giveaway. I'm not trying to win them though, just wanted to comment and say hey and hope the training is going fabulously!
    My work pc doesn't recognize my google/blogger acct so i have to sign in with AOL, so my alias is bc (aka: KC at 140 point 6 miles)

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  3. Hmmmm... would love to build a TT bike someday! ;)

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  4. Hi there! Saw this reposted on 201Ironman, so I started following and I just sent out a tweet about it. It's my first year of tri and I would love them! Provided they are compatible with a Specialized Allez, that is. If not I'm sure some of my NYC tri peeps could use them. Thanks for the chance!

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  5. Man could I ever use those. I've been upgrading one component at a time to offset cost. So free is right in my price range.. haha.

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  6. Ive been thinking about getting some of these. Im a new follower!

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  7. I posted a link to this giveaway on my blog

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  8. I'm a new follower. Thanks for doing this; they look awesome!

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  9. I shared on FB too.
    I'm an injured runner who figured I should tri to put all my rehabbing cross training to good use.

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  10. following! i've been contemplating getting aero bars for a little while as there's no tri bike in my future for awhile... how awesome :)

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