Sunday, November 7, 2010

THE FIRST EVER GLIDERBISON GIVEAWAY!!!

That's right -- presenting the first ever GliderBison GIVEAWAY!!! All you've got to do is enter. If you win, you'll get free stuff sent to you in the mail! If you don't win, you can try again next time. TELL YOUR FRIENDS!

This time I've got some sweet cycling goodies up for grabs:


  • A pair of NEW Mt Hood Cycling Classic socks from Sockguy (size L/XL)
  • A NEW Raleigh cycling cap (stretch fit, one size fits all)
  • All conveniently housed in a cool Cervelo Test Team musette bag (a collector's item, especially now that that team is kaput)! 
To enter:
To enter, simply comment on this blog post. Leaving your name is enough, but feel free to leave an actual comment, an anecdote, or a haiku. You don't need to leave your e-mail address, your address, or your credit card number -- just a name so that I'll know who wins. You will be assigned a number based on the order that you commented, and I'll draw a winner using a random number generator next Sunday morning (11/14/2010). Oh and to be clear, this is a winner take all contest -- if you win, you get ALL THREE goodies. One entry per person please. GOOD LUCK!

13 comments:

Martin Criminale said...

Tell all my friends and decrease my chances?! Hahahaha...

Abby said...

I will ride around Albuquerque in my sweet new socks & cap if I win.

Ryan D said...

I have the good sensations in the fingertips. I don't arrive at this day with too little force in the fingers.

Jamie Sparling said...

All mammals that lay eggs are placed in the group (Order) called Monotremata. The members of this Order (monotremes) are found only in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea. Monotremes have eggs with a flexible, sticky, leatherlike shell. The eggs are incubated and hatched outside the body of the mother. There are only three living monotremes, the duck-billed platypus and two species of echidna, or 'spiny anteaters'. Monotremes are not a very diverse group today, and there has not been much fossil information known until rather recently.

In some ways, monotremes are very primitive for mammals because, like reptiles and birds, they lay eggs rather than having live birth. In a number of other respects, monotremes are rather derived, having highly modified snouts or beaks, and modern adult monotremes have no teeth. Like other mammals, however, monotremes have a single bone in their lower jaw, three inner ear bones, high metabolic rates, hair, and they produce milk to nourish the young.

Luke said...

Socks on frozen feet
Warm toes Sammy-J grants me
When Krogg swings the axe

Ian M. said...

A strapping young lad known as Sam
Stepped onto the podium with elan.
His purpose was murderous,
His axe was all-purpose
And he gave big boners to all his fans.

LAV said...

I only want to win if you promise to wear the socks on a bike ride before you send them to me.

thank you.

superfan laura v

Anonymous said...

Frogs prefer contemporary furniture over traditional. A pile of empty flatpack IKEA boxes at the base of a tree is a sure sign that a frog nest is present.

--Marc

Ryan said...

Lonely platypus
We'll incubate our love child
In a Mt. Hood sock

Eli said...

I don't want to win, I just want you to know I care (and appreciate all the relationship advice). If I win, I grant my winnings to whoever's random number is two lower than mine (and if my number is one or two, that means we can turn the corner and have it go to the highest or second-highest number).

Galen P said...

I just want to have a nice pair of socks, that Aren't "broken in" by KP

xtine said...

I need a cycling cap!! It is so sunny here...

Perhaps a Parrot said...

Luke -- claim your goddam prize! I need your address!