Holidays by Bike Photo Contest

Everybody knows how awesome it is to do the holidays by bike – everything is just easier. From bringing home the tree by bike to going to view light displays, the holidays are so much better on a bike.

To enhance your enjoyment of this holiday season, we’ve partnered with Timbuk2 for an exclusive holiday contest to WIN the NEW Timbuk2 Basket Case bag (valued at $129, and not available until 2013) and a Yuba Bread Basket ($129 value)!

To enter, simply submit a photo of you OR your bike getting festive…by bike. This could be anything:
  • wassailing,
  • picking up a tree,
  • holiday shopping,
  • wrapping up a bike as a present,
  • holiday-themed bike decorations,
  • Santa group ride,
  • taking food to the food bank,
  • stocking up on eggnog
  • and whatnot….

To Enter post your photo to the Yuba Bicycles Facebook Page, send it to us on Twitter (tag: #holidaysbybike) or send it directly to info@yubabikes.com (subject line: Holidays By Bike). Entries will be collected an published here in the blog. Contest runs until December 31, 2012, noon PST. Entries limited to residents of the United States and Canada.

P.S. If you’re feeling extra festive, roll on over to the Timbuk2 fan page and check out their Good Gifts Sweepstake with $1000 in prizes to be won (only until December 10, 2012)
Update: The entries are already coming in. Here they are!
@tacomabikeranch_3 @tacomabikeranch2 fb_emmanuel_cervantes @tinepgh@missgeorgieo elle_b6 elle_b5 fb_simon_searlefb_sam_moody
1/2/2013 Update: And the winner is…
Kate B. with the lovely picture above of her  four boys on her bike. She will be receiving a Timbuk2 Basket Case Bag, and a Bread Basket. Congratulations Kate!
Thank you to everyone for participating. We loved seeing all the photos of your holiday cheer, and wish you a happy new year.

2 thoughts on “Holidays by Bike Photo Contest

  1. Chippycyclist in Oxfordshire UK

    I’m a 63 year old ardent cyclist, yes I’m afraid I’m a lycra man, but I didn’t take up cycling until I was 39, wasn’t allowed a bike as a child, my one great regret, a These photos show what fun cycling can be for all ages throughout the year and what a great invention the safety cyclewas back in the

  2. Steve F

    Bravo to our American friends! I’ve ridden a bike for 40+ years and still find images like this inspirational. Bikes are the most civilised form of transport and, as these images show, can be used to carry practically anything. I’m now retired, sing in a Choir with other cycling nuts and we’re off to the Alps next year to watch the TdF. Singing and Cycling. Heaven!

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