Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Runner-Up Prizes for the Photo Contest

Its official:

The second place prize for the photo contest is going to be a sweet Wear Endo cycling t-shirt! (Your choice of cycling design and size.)

Third and fourth places will receive some free Airborne schwag!

(The t-shirt and water bottle on the right.  May not be the same design.)
In case you missed it, here are the details on the photo contest.  Submit your photos before Midnight Sunday Night! And don't forget, the grand prize is $100 CASH!
Here's what you have to do:
Submit the best picture that you have of you (or someone you know) mountain biking.  (1 submission per person).

It doesn't have to be a recent photo, it doesn't even have to be all that great.... but submit it by either posting a link or embedding it in the comments section below, or by emailing it to g.gaheil AT gmail DOT com. If you leave it in the comments section below, be sure to leave your email so that I can get ahold of you if you win!
I will be choosing the best picture from those submitted, and you'll receive $100! Big air, shear gnarliness factor, great scenery, or artistic composition could all go towards helping your picture be the best.

Also, please don't cheat and grab a picture off of the internet.  Karma, God's wrath, or something similar WILL catch up with you!


Anonymous,  August 5, 2010 at 4:38 PM  

Im going to shoot for something funny more than something of me on a trail. I usually ride alone and getting a picture of me on my bike is tricky.

Greg Heil August 5, 2010 at 5:24 PM  

Sweet man, that would be great as well... just as long as its MTB related, I'm cool!

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