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Join Cycle Toronto and BikingToronto will give you Prizes

 

Cycle Toronto has just started their second Refer-A-Rider campaign (it runs from Sept 15 to Oct 31) and I’m going  to try and win the campaign to win the great Bobbin Daytripper bike from Curbside Cycle that is first prize.

If I win the Bobbin Bike, it is not for me.  IT IS FOR YOU!

Anyone that signs up (or renews) with Cycle Toronto via the link on my campaign page will get entered into the draw to win the Bike.  I don’t really need a new bike, so I’ll use it to encourage membership in Cycle Toronto.

Cycle Toronto is an organization that is advocating for new and better bike infrastructure (and saving the infrastructure we already have), you will awesome get fantastic member benefits like discounts at bike stores and restaurants.

I’ve lined up some other prizes to go in this draw as well.

  • $500 in custom I Bike T.O. iPhone (4 and 4S) Gelaskins,
  • $200 of Orontas non-toxic bike lube and cleaner
  • $200 worth of Roots products PLUS a $25 Roots gift card

As well, if you sign up (or renew), I’ll give you exclusive access to one of our super popular I Bike T.O. shirts for just $9 (this includes all taxes and shipping) with additional shirts just $19 (also includes all taxes and shipping)

 

Just Want An I Bike T.O. Shirt?

If you’re already a Cycle Toronto member, or just want an I Bike T.O. shirt for that sale price of $19, you can do that here.

 

Tweet / Share  this contest for chances to win

Let’s say you joined/renewed with Cycle Toronto and bought some shirts but want to do everything you can to win that Bobbin Bike from Curbside or other great prizes (or, you’re already a Cycle Toronto member but want to win a prize) ….

You can tell your followers on Twitter or share this contest on Facebook for an entry in the draw.  Just click this link to share on Twitter or Facebook and you’ll then get access to a form where you let me know some information so I know who it’s YOU who gets an entry in the draw.

AND, you can tweet / share this as many times as you want to get more draw entries.  Do it every day if you want!

 

 

 

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