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Join/Renew with Cycle Toronto, Win Cleaner, Lube and a Tool Kit from Orontas!

Cycle Toronto has just extended their second Refer-A-Rider campaign to Wed, Nov. 7th!  I’m trying to win the campaign to win the great Bobbin Daytripper bike from Curbside Cycle that is first prize.

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.

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

Specifically, the great people at Orontas have donated 6 (six!) cleaner and lube prize packs (each worth $23 retail) and a Brand New Product!  A Tool Roll!!  Stuff you can win if you sign up to Cycle Toronto before Wed, Nov. 7th.

Cleaner:

Orontas Cleaner is a de-greasing fluid designed to breakdown oil, dirt and grime on chains.  Cleaner is non-toxic, biodegradable and made from 100% sustainable material with over 52 applications per 240ml bottle.

 

 

 

 

 

Lube:

Orontas Type B is a medium weight chain oil designed to perform in normal and wet conditions.  Type B is non-toxic, biodegradable and made from 100% sustainable material specially formulated not to gum up your chain.

 

 

 

 

 

Brand New Product! Tool Kit!

Orontas Kit is a saddle-mountable utility bag handmade in Toronto from ultra-strong cordura for the storage of tools, accessories and parts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please join or renew (just use the same email you’re currently signed up with, and you’ll have a year added onto the end of your membership) with Cycle Toronto by clicking here.

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