This week is all about celebrating biking for families. Kids biking, parents biking, siblings biking, grandparents biking and the family dog following along…. You get the idea!
I am very excited to be doing this in conjunction with a few of my favorite companies/people: My Outdoor Alphabet, The Axel Project, Rocky Mountain Rags, Lazer Sport and Strider Bikes. Please watch the Tales of a Mountain Mama and My Outdoor Alphabet Facebook pages all week to be kept up to date on giveaways and inspired by some of our favorite writings around the web.
You will notice that the way to enter the giveaways each day are similiar. We, of course, will throw some twists in, but for extra points will ask for some interaction with each of our sponsors. Don’t worry, though – they are handpicked because they are some of the very best out there. We don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
A little background previously posted on the blog about a few of them (definitely read these if you haven’t – they are worth your time!)
- Striding with the Axel Project – Who they are, what they do and why they are a worthwhile organization (that we happily support personally!)
- Rocky Mountain Rags – Our review of these cycling jerseys for kids (and why our kids love them so much!)
- Lazer Sport Helmets – Our review of their kids styles (top helmets in the industry!)
We’re going to start Monday off with a new release from My Outdoor Alphabet that is perfect for any bike-lover. Another beauty from artist, Seth Neilson, this one will be the next poster we add to our personal collection.
What a great way to start off Monday – good luck!
As usual, please use the Rafflecopter Widget (or link if you can’t see the widget) below to enter to win. The winner will be emailed and announced on this post in the Rafflecopter Widget. Have questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact me at mountainmamatales(at)gmail(dot)com so I can help! Sorry, this giveaway is open to the U.S. only.
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