Gift Giveaway: Christmas Countdown Day 9

by Hannah Dobson 2

Saturday! Lazy starts and long rides, weekend adventures, and PRIZES! Yes! There are prizes to be won today…

Burgtec Ride Wide Carbon Enduro Bars

Crabon Bars - Advent Bars
Carbon bars – and a mudguard too.

Carbon isn’t just for XC weight-weenies, it’s for Enduro riders too. These 800mm wide bars use a 35mm clamp and have 20º rise, 9º backsweep and 5º upsweep. The claimed weight is 247g – and if you win them you’ll be able to check that claim for yourself!

All you need to do is watch this video carefully, and answer this question:

  • What tubular oddity were the guys playing with today?

Good Luck!

Head here if you can’t see the video above.

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Simple! Do that, and not only will we enter you in the draw to win today’s gift giveaway, but we’ll also give you one entry into the Mega Box Of Joy giveaway – this is a box containing one of everything we give away each day. It’s a big box! As a bonus prize, whoever wins the Mega Box Of Joy will have the option of joining us here for a day of coffee, riding, coffee, tea, fish and chips, and maybe even a cheeky beer. Because the Mega Box Of Joy is going to be such a monster, we’re going to have to restrict the entries to this to those with a UK delivery address, or to anyone who is prepared to come along to Singletrack Towers and visit us for the day and collect it. Today’s daily prize is open to those who can provide a UK postal address.

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Comments (2)

  1. Surely it’s a mud guard if it’s guarding you from mud and a fender if it’s shredding 70’s rock riffs?

  2. Is a mudguard, but fender works better in some contexts. I’ve perfected an extension flap on mine using a bit of plastic milk bottle, some double-sided tape and some plastic rivets. Calling it a mudguard extender isn’t very exciting. Calling it a ‘Bender Fender Extender’ is far better. If I decided to market it, I would be a Bender Fender Extender Vendor. We ran out of real things to talk about on climbs on our Wednesday nights a while ago……..

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