Monday, November 18, 2013

The Bike Route Giveaway! ENDED

Be ready when the old man from the north comes a knockin'! Don't let winters chill stop you from riding outside.


What can I win? 
DeFeet Cannondale Classico wool socks     $20
DeFeet shoe covers                                       $20
DeFeet Dura glove wool                               $20
Cannondale Skull Cap                                   $20
Blackburn Click rear/front lights                   $25
DeFeet Un’D’wool base layer                        $65

That's right! All this is yours...wait for it...for FREE!

How do I enter?
Easy! Answer this question. What is your favorite fall/winter riding accessory?

How do I leave a comment? 
If you are using a smart phone the link via Facebook is not allowing some comments to go through. Google/Safari search Wheels Hot Fayetteville with your phone/computer and follow the steps  below to enter. Thanks!!!

1:Scroll down click comments, click down arrow next to comment as.
2:Select Name/URL, type your name, click continue.
3:Enter your comment & click publish!


The Rules
Please, one comment per person.
The winner will be randomly selected. 
The winner will be announced on Wednesday.
Must be in the continental US.

Remember folks, TBR has you covered.

98 comments:

Jonathan Jenkins said...

Thermal base layer!

Joshua Hayes said...

Warm socks/shoe covers, nothing worse than frozen toes.

Zach McCool said...

LS Jersey with some sort of wind blocking ability.

Michael Kirk said...

Has to be the vest. It is my most used winter gear.

Jeff Williams said...

Wind vest

Anonymous said...

definitely the base layer.

Mark Griesse said...

beard

Shawn Garls said...

My bike!

Bryan L said...

DeFeet wool base layer!

Richard Holt said...

Cannondale armwarmers from TBR.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Gotta keep the core warm! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Keep the little piggies warm! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Ahhh yes long sleeves! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

My favorite accessory as well! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

My favorites as well! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

BW, keep the core warm! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Oh yeah! Working on mine right now. Thanks for commenting.

Gerald Drummond said...

Does embrocation count? If not I've gotta go with my LS base layer.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Don't leave home without it! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Gotta keep the guns warm! Thanks for commenting.

Wes Bradshaw said...

Rain jacket

Robin Grunnagle said...

Embro counts! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Yes! Hopefully we won't need it so much this winter! Thanks for commenting.

Andy McClary said...

Cycling jacket with the rear pockets. Keeps the wind out and arms warm.

Sue said...

Warm shoe covers

Michael McBee said...

All the above..... But being warm blooded helps more than anything!

Scott Walnofer said...

Ski Gloves. I have sensitive hands, like a lady.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Gotta keep the toes warm! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Pockets are key, gotta have places to store stuff! Thanks for commenting.

Jake Beers said...

Vest all the way baby - Nothing is more Euro

Robin Grunnagle said...

I hear that! The guys say I have polar bear blood! Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Nice! I always thought that about you. Thanks for commenting.

Robin Grunnagle said...

We love Euro! Thanks for commenting.

Kyle Kruger said...

Polar Bear Suit - keeps you warm year round.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Indeed! Hard to shed come spring though! Thanks for commenting.

Dave Thomas said...

Ears cold = miserable ride. Got to go with ear warmers.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Ear warmers! Nice one. Thanks for the comment.

Megan said...

Base layers, for sure.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Stay warm! Thanks for commenting.

Thomas Ufer said...

Next best thing to using shoe covers is having a solid wool sock.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Yes sir! Wool is for winter. Thanks for commenting.

Bruce Dunn said...

Giordana leg warmers. Keeps the legs warm, but you don't overheat as you can with insulated bib knickers. Of course you can't forget the Smartwool skull cap...lightweight, but regulates the temp just right.

Blake Hanby said...

Arm warmers. Gotta have something to cover up these garter snakes that I call arms.

Matthew said...

My Hincapie Arenberg zero jacket.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Yes! It's always a balancing act. Gotta keep the noggin warm! Thanks for the comment.

Robin Grunnagle said...

The guns! Keep'em warm. Thanks for the comment.

Robin Grunnagle said...

I've heard the Hincapie stuff is top notch. Thanks for the comment!

Robin Grunnagle said...

I'm going to purchase one this week!

Christopher Collins said...

Thought it would be the base layer starting, shoe covers are it for me.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Rock the covers & keep the little piggies warm! Thanks for the comment.

PaigeCG said...

A cup of tea in my living room. That's my favorite winter riding accessory.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Antioxidants! Thanks for the comment.

Gustavo Gomez said...

Just like free beer and lunch, free clothing would be a nice upgrade. Baselayers, arm warmers, leg warmers, shoe covers, skull cap, sunglasses, hot cocoa, merino wool socks, gloves, jacket. Below 40 degrees, stay home, turn the heater on and watch a cycling movie.

Robin Grunnagle said...

LOL G, that was good stuff. You must be from some place warm like Columbia. Thanks for the comment.

Randy Jackson said...

Arm/leg/knee warmers - lots of versatility. But gotta have good shoe covers, too. I HATE having cold/wet feet!

Robin Grunnagle said...

No doubt! Cold wet feet are the pits. Thanks for commenting.

Steve S said...

A silk balaclava.

Bryan Beasley said...

Wool socks

Paolo Alberini said...

Gloves, hands are always the one getting cold.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Whoa silk! Now that's a first. Thanks for the comment.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Keep the dogs warm! Thanks for the comment.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Yes! Gotta keep'em warm. Thanks for the comment.

Jo Jo said...

Hottest Embro you can find, wool beanie, wool socks.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Embro! Euro style. Thanks for the comment.

Keith Stewart said...

I'm going with Balaclava. Keeping my face warm and neck is critical. Plus I like how it doubles to hide my identity if I need to knock off a bank on my way home from the rides in Fay.

jonjohn said...

Knee warmers. Keeps the tendinitis at bay.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Ha! Good one. I thought you were going to say Chapstick. Thanks for the comment.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Yes! That's my bottom bracket creaking. Not my knees. Keep them covered. Thanks for the comment.

Dori said...

My skull cap - easy to remove & lots o' warmth!

Robin Grunnagle said...

One of the most important things to keep warm. Thanks for the comment.

Eric Ervin said...

All I need is my thick yankee blood and the love of this sport to keep me warm!

Robin Grunnagle said...

I do seem to recall some red finger tips a couple Saturdays back! Thanks for the comment.

The Denison Family said...

Got to have gloves and a beanie to cap off those heat exit points.

Robin Grunnagle said...

No doubt! Thanks for commenting.

Ann presley said...

Ear protection...cold ears equals cold body!

Robin Grunnagle said...

Gotta keep the ears warm! Thanks for the comment.

Quin Thompson said...

foot warmer thingies in the shoes. always in my shoes below 40F!

Robin Grunnagle said...

Keep those dogs warm! Thanks for the comment.

Preston Stewart said...

Full Finger gloves! In my opinion, it's crucial that you can feel your shifters and brakes :)

Robin Grunnagle said...

Great point! Thanks for the comment.

Brad Schrag said...

Thermal wind proof jacket is a must when the commute turns into single digits.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Thermal & wind proof! Toasty. Thanks for the comment.

John Mark Lindsay Jr said...

friends that keep me motivated to get out in the cold

Robin Grunnagle said...

Now we are talking! Accountability. Good one. Thanks for the comment.

Levi Baker said...

does commitment to go out and ride when mother nature is gnarly count? kind of takes the full ensemble: your rides only as comfortable as your weakest link. getting overheated then cold sweat is the worst, so i say a good moisture&wind proof jacket. right gloves and covers to save the toes are tied for a close second

Michael R. Troxell said...

A fanny pack. Not only does it look sweet, but you can keep all of your stuff in it. It's a win win really.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Absolutely! State of mind counts. Thanks for the comment.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Errr...ahhh...fanny pack counts. Thanks for the comment.

John Marquette said...

I'm a new rider and so far my arm warmers are my favorite.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Welcome John! Keep the guns warm. Thanks for the comment.

Nathan B said...

Whiskey

Robin Grunnagle said...

Nice! Old hunting trick. Nothing like warming the belly on a cold day! Thanks for the comment.

Jeff Hayes said...

Thick wool socks and neoprene booties to keep my toes from freezing.

Robin Grunnagle said...

Good for wet conditions as well! Thanks for the comment.

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