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 eighth challenge: Lots of posts and Tweets in the last week or so as old pros get the Mastik out and prep wheels for new tread. On the other end of the spectrum are the neophytes who are gluing tubulars for the first time—often with a bit of sticky difficulty. Share your favorite gluing story with us.
Last week’s challenge: Belgium has had ’cross-themed TV programs featuring two-time World Champion Bart Wellens, “Wellens and Wie,” and cross legend Roger deVlaeminck, “Allez, Allez Zimbabwe,” and the US has Jeremy Powers in his webcast series “Behind the Barriers.” If you could create a ’cross TV or reality show, what would it be and who would it feature?
The Winner: nonemoreblick with “’Cross the US would be a travel show, featuring the course, competitors, hand-ups and heckles of different local races. It’s well-established that the U.S. has its own brand of ’cross, but as with everything else in this country, style varies heavily by state and region. While CX-ers in Texas sweat it out, racers in Minnesota are sliding through snow. How does the perennial mud of the Pacific Northwest compare to muddy days at NEPCX? From Clammy Cross in Utah to the ChiCrossCup in Illinois, ’Cross the US would highlight what makes every ‘crosser’s hometown race unique, and what traits are part of the growing national scene. Just how many teams out there are frying bacon course-side, anyway?” (Email [email protected] to claim your prize!)
Honorable mention: gbryant with “I would create a crime drama, starring Tim Johnson and Ryan Trebon. Cyclocross racers by day, and crime fighters by night. Chasing fugitives down riding their cross bikes. Their DS/captain would be Stu Thorne, yelling at them from behind a desk…Think Starskey and Hutch.”
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:
- 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, August 25th and a winner will be announced next Monday.
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.