Contender’s TdF Competition 2019: Week One

Welcome to Week One of our 2019 Contender TdF competition. In our introductory post, we explained the thinking and prizes available to the winner of the week one TdF competition. This week, we reveal post three different photos and their Tour de France-inspired locations to our blog and social media outlets; two in Salt Lake City, and one in Park City.

This week’s prizes are courtesy of SCOTT Sports, including a SCOTT Cadence Plus Helmet, SCOTT Road RC Lace-Up Shoes.

Salt Lake City

Contender TdF 2019 week one MarinaHere’s your Great Salt Lake Marina stage, based off of Stage One in the TdF. Our suggested ride is based on the TdF stage can be found HERE, which starts finishes at Contender Bicycles in Salt Lake City. Take a photo of your bike at the Marina outlook found next to the water, just above the steps.  Location and coordinates can be found HERE.

 

 

Contender TdF 2019 week one Big Mountain.jpgHere’s your Big Mountain Pass stage, based off of Stage Six in the TdF. Our suggested ride is based on the TdF stage can be found HERE, which starts finishes at Contender Bicycles in Salt Lake City. Take a photo of your bike at the Morgan County sign found at the Northern edge of the parking lot. Location and coordinates can be found HERE.

 

 

Park City

Contender TdF 2019 week one Old Ranch Road TrailheadHere’s your Old Ranch Road Trailhead stage, based off of Stage Five in the TdF. Our suggested ride is based on the TdF stage can be found HERE, which starts finishes at Contender Bicycles in Salt Lake City. Take a photo of your bike at the Marina outlook found next to the water, just above the steps.  Location and coordinates can be found HERE.

 

 

A review of the rules, as found in our introductory Contender TdF competition post:

  • Our Tour de France competition will be split into three weeks with three different competitions, each week will have a separate prize pack. Riders will have the opportunity to have up to two entries per week toward the weekly prize pack.
  • Each week, we will post three different photos and their Tour de France-inspired locations to our blog and social media outlets; two in Salt Lake City, and one in Park City. Riders will have a choice of three pre-decided locations to take photos at but can submit a maximum of two entries per week. These photo submissions count as entries toward the weekly prize pack. One photo = one entry.
  • Entries are pooled together at the end of each week, and one entry is chosen at random to win a prize pack.
  • At the end of the Tour de France, all submissions will be pooled together for our finale prize pack. This will be the best prize pack of them all, so it pays to keep up with two submissions each week!
  • To have a submission, riders must take a photo of their bike in the same location as our example photo dictates. Submission photos should have the same subject and focus as the example photo, though the overall photo does not have to be exactly the same.
  • Post your photo submissions to Instagram using the hashtags #contenderbicycles AND #contendertdf, or send them via email to Alvin at alvin@contenderbicycles.com.

Contact Alvin at alvin@contenderbicycles.com for any questions.

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