Last Chance! Win a Chamois Butt’r Swag Bag and CrossVegas VIP Ticket by Entering Our Contest: Results and Final Question

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CLIF® Bar CrossVegas, Chamois Butt’r and Cyclocross Magazine have teamed up to give you 10 chances to win a CrossVegas and Chamois Butt’r swag bag, and a chance at our grand prize. For 10 weeks, we’ll have weekly contests for the prize packs, and at the end of the 10 weeks, one of our winners will be selected at random for the grand prize, so make sure you enter every week for a chance to win big. It’s almost CrossVegas!

Your last challenge: What is your best tip for someone racing ’cross for the first time? And, if you’ve been to Interbike and CrossVegas before, what’s your best tip for first-timers to the event?

Last week’s challenge: Who would your dream date companion for CrossVegas be and why? (Keep it classy!)

The Winner: PDMarion “My dream date for CrossVegas… How about a Pro racer with broad shoulders, a red beard, and the sexiest pair of legs ever seen on a man? None other than Robert Marion! Yep, drool away ladies—He can be your dream date for CrossVegas, too!” (Email [email protected] to claim your prize.)

So many great responses—keep ‘em coming!

Weekly winners will be selected by a distinguished panel of judges (Brook Watts, CrossVegas Promoter; Andrew Yee, Cyclocross Magazine Publisher; Molly Hurford, Cyclocross Magazine Managing Editor). At the end of the 10 weeks, one of our winners will be selected at random for the grand prize, which includes a CrossVegas jersey signed by the race winner. The field includes current World Champion Sven Nys, so you can place your bets on who will be signing it …

10 Weekly Prizes will Include:

  • VIP CrossVegas Ticket
  • 1 Tube of Chamois Butt’r (Choice of Original, Her’ or Eurostyle)
  • 1 Bottle Eurostyle Sports Skin Wash
  • 1 Bottle Eurostyle Sports Kit Wash
  • 1 Jar Eurostyle Embrocation (warm or hot)
  • Total = $145 Retail
  • For more information on the products, visit www.chamoisbuttr.com

The Grand Prize:

Boulder Colorado artist Zach Lee of Zach Lee Designs comes up with another stunning CLIF® Bar CrossVegas jersey design produced by Vermarc Sportswear.  2013 is the sixth year Lee has contributed the winner's jersey design and with this year's version he gives a nod to the retro design of the past with bold diagonal lines as well as acknowledging the time-honored racer superstition of pinning the number 13 upside-down.

Zach Lee Designs made the CLIF® Bar CrossVegas jersey, produced by Vermarc Sportswear. This year, he gives a nod to the retro design of the past and acknowledges the time-honored racer superstition of pinning the number 13 upside-down.

  • CrossVegas jersey signed by the race winner
  • VIP CrossVegas Ticket
  • 2 year digital subscription to Cyclocross Magazine
  • Chamois Butt’r Jersey
  • Chamois Butt’r Bib
  • Chamois Butt’r Cycling Cap
  • Chamois Butt’r Mussette Bag
  • Chamois Butt’r T-shirt
  • Chamois Butt’r Trucker Hat
  • Copy of Mud, Snow and Cyclocross
  • Total: Priceless! (but the Chamois Butt’r gear has an MSRP of $238)

Submissions are due Sunday, September 8 and a winner will be announced next Monday.

Official Rules:
No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. All participants must be 18 years or older. Only US residents are eligible for the prizes from CrossVegas and Chamois Butt’r (sorry!). No purchase necessary. To enter, leave your response in the comments below. One entry per person. Winners will be selected and notified via email. Cyclocross Magazine, 650 Castro St, Suite 120-291 Mountain View, CA 94041.

 

 

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12 comments
Taloopy
Taloopy

Don't get discouraged if you don't place as well as anticipated. There is nothing that can mimic the fun and pain of CX race. So get out there, give it your all and be proud of yourself for doing it no matter what the end result is. You will forever be hooked!

Zephyr25
Zephyr25

Forget about winning for a bit. Instead, focus on really learning to ride your bike and having fun pushing yourself to the edge. Also, if you grab a burger hand up only take one bite.

AKLoy
AKLoy

Both questions, same answer...JUST ^$*#%~• GO FOR IT! The rest will come later.

InnokentyZavyalov
InnokentyZavyalov

Many stress how important it is to do the barriers right, how to effectively carry your bike, and other such bike gymnastics. Id say, It's your first race! So dont stress out about that stuff. Stay relaxed and calm, trust your tires and make up time in the corners. Minimize your weaknesses and take advantage of your strengths. USAC riders! Racing at 5pm in Vegas can be a challenge. Stay out of the sun through out the day. If you can, then warm up in the shade. Even 30 minutes in the desert sun, without proper care, can leave you sapped of energy. What saved me last year was a sock of ice under my jersey and a few cans of coconut water. You might feel like you are not sweating and thus not loosing water, but its simply evaporating before you can even see it on your skin! Good luck!

PhillipTroutman
PhillipTroutman

1st CX race in 2 weeks.  Best advice I've gotten so far:  Yes, practice those mounts/dismounts. Yes ride a lot, esp. intervals & cold-start springs.  Yes, arrive early & get a good warmup.  But don't forget to have fun!

weiserst
weiserst

Keep crushing your pedals. The pain will be gone by Monday, Tuesday tops.

RickDalton
RickDalton

1 - Practice, practice, practice, then practice some more. 2 - Find the right tire pressure for you. 3 - PPPPPP's: Proper planning prevents piss poor performance. 4 - Know where to conserve energy and find spots to make up time.

BrianBressler
BrianBressler

It's going to hurt, and you're going to  like it.

MillCreekMM
MillCreekMM

Best tip? Don't be nervous, like myself. My 1st cx race is this weekend in Kirkland, Washington and I'm scared sh**less, but I know it'll be just fine as the cx community is pretty damn cool up here

craigmacintyre
craigmacintyre

The best tip ... the hardest part of cross racing is getting to the start line, after that it is just fun!  There are so many excuses and life has a tendency of getting in the way so no matter what, get to the start line and you will have a great day.

pdmarion
pdmarion

New cross racers: Practice dismounts and remounts- Alot of time is given up at the barriers and run-ups if you can't dismount and remount smoothly. First time at Interbike: Make a list of what you want to see and go to those booths first- you won't believe how BIG it is until you realize you've been there 3 days and realize you missed a lot! As for CrossVegas, no tips are necessary: Just have fun!

PhillipTroutman
PhillipTroutman

Um, I meant sprints.  But maybe cold-start springs would be good too.

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