Megasack Giveaway Day 10: DMR Bundle of Joy

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Ermagerd, ermagerd, it’s another prize!

We have daily (week day) prizes to be won, plus another of each prize which goes into our Megasack. Each day that you enter, you might win the daily prize. Whoop! But each daily entry also counts as an entry to win the Megasack. Enter every day to maximise your chances of winning the Megasack. Miss out on a daily entry because you don’t think that prize is one you want? You’re losing out on an extra chance to win the Megasack. Even if you’ve missed the daily draw, don’t worry, because you can still go back and enter in order to boost your chances of winning the Megsack.

To enter, you need to be logged in – it’s free to sign up. Once logged in, the entry box will reveal itself with a question. Answer it correctly to submit your entry. Easy peasy! Please note that prizes can only be sent to a UK address. Now that you’re caught up on what’s going on, let’s find out about the first great prize we have for you.

DMR Bundle of Joy

Get your bike all Brendan Faircloughed up, in this limited edition Liquid Camo Green range from DMR. Now your bike’s all matchy matchy, it’s just the skills you need to get up to snuff, right?

DMR Vault Pedal – DMR’s tuneable MTB flat pedal designed specifically for riders who want a bigger platform. Famously used by team riders Brendan Fairclough, Ben Deakin, Olly Wilkins. Equally at home on an all mountain or downhill setups, the DMR Vault pedal offers great stability and grip for the bumpiest of trails

  • 430g per pair
  • 17mm concave foot bed / Large 105mm x115mm Platform
  • Extruded 6061 Aluminium and 4140 Cro-mo Steel axles (9/16″)
  • 11 pins per pedal. Flip the pins to fine-tune the grip
  • High load DU bush and cartridge bearing

DMR Defy35+ Stem – The perfect Stem for your Trail/All Mountain builds. The wide, 35mm diameter, Top-Close design clamping area gives handlebar stability and security. Short length pairs well with aggressive modern geometry. It features a low 27mm stack height, 35mm reach and 5mm rise.

DMR Wingbar – 35 – 20mm Rise – The DMR Wingbar (MK4) is made from heat treated 7075 alloy – the lightest, stiffest and strongest Wingbar so far. The shape was developed with team rider Olly Wilkins in particular. The 5 degree upsweep and 8 degrees backsweep is optimal for stand up riding, but also allows for a relaxed seated position.

  • 7075 heat treated and double butted Alloy.
  • 35mm clamp
  • 800mm width
  • 5° upsweep / 8° backsweep.
  • 326g

DMR – BRENDOG DeathGrip – Thick AND Thin pairs – Signature product collaboration between DMR and Brendan Fairclough, the Deathgrip wrapped up all the features that Brendog loved. You’re getting both the thick and thin versions of the grips!

  • 18 colours in the range
  • Seperate coloured collars available
  • Tapered Core for Security. Only one collar required. Bang on before tighten.
  • Waffle for pulling up, knurl for Grip.
  • Mushroom for comfort

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Tuesday’s Winner

The winner of Day 9 (Madison Clothing Bundle) is user masterwatson2000

We’ll be in touch to get your prize sent to you but if you want to steal a march on that and help us out then email charlie.hobbs@singletrackworld.com with your address, and mobile number (for the courier) now.

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Hannah came to Singletrack having decided there must be more to life than meetings. Having worked in policy and project management roles at the Scottish Parliament and in local government, Hannah had organisational skills that SIngletrack needed. She also likes bikes, and likes to write. Hannah likes all bikes, but especially unusual ones. If it’s a bit odd, or a bit niche, or made of metal, she’s probably going to get excited. If it gets her down some steep stuff, all the better. She’ll give most things a go once, she tries not to say no to anything on a bike, unless she really thinks it’s going to hurt. She’s pretty good with steri-strips. More than bikes, Hannah likes what bikes do. She thinks that they link people and places; that cycling creates a connection between us and our environment; bikes create communities; deliver freedom; bring joy; and improve fitness. They're environmentally friendly and create friendly environments. Hannah tries to write about all these things in the hope that others might discover the joy of bikes too.

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  • oldfart
    Full Member

    Missed a day for yesterday?

    stwhannah
    Full Member

    @oldfart nope, just a copy and paste error!

    oldfart
    Full Member

    Thanks Hannah , still didn’t win 😞

    LAT
    Full Member

    i tried to buy some camo paint recently. it was impossible to find.

    desperatebicycle
    Free Member

    Usually on the shelf with the tartan selection 🙂

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    i tried to buy some camo paint recently. it was impossible to find.

    Usually on the shelf with the tartan selection

    I believe the issue is that the vanishing cream which is stored nearby leaked last week.

    funkmasterp
    Full Member

    Not normally a fan of camo but that looks like a damned fine collection of bits. Some lucky individual is going to have difficulty locating their contact points in the near future!

    Murray
    Full Member

    Fun fact for Cotic owners – the Cotic lock rings are the right size for DMR Deathrips so you can mix and match

    prettygreenparrot
    Full Member

    Not so sure about the camo look, but what a cool set of stuff! And brilliant outtakes again!

    reluctantjumper
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    Has anybody seen a recognisable forum name win this year yet? Not expecting to win anything myself but it’s always good to see a regular contributor to the site get some payback.

    God that makes me sound like one of the moaners over on pinkbike when whoever wins a prize has zero posts and only joined up just to win that prize 😳

    funkmasterp
    Full Member

    I’ve won in previous years if that helps? A Hope handlebar and a fancy torque wrench.

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