Membership Drive Day 9: Win VIP Seats to the Nature Valley Grand Prix.

Share   |  Posted May. 22, 2012 by Dion Hughes

Maybe this is speaking to the converted, offering a bike-geek prize to our bike-lovin' friends... and if so, our plea is that you already-converted use this opportunity to convert some of your on-the-fence friends.

The Nature Valley Grand Prix is one of the country's top cycling events, and it's coming to the Twin Cities this June. It has to be seen to be believed - some seriously up-there athletes put it all out on the course, and the crowds who come to watch always walk away thrilled and inspired.

Yes, it's a great audience event no matter what your vantage point, but for one lucky new or renewing Nice Ride subscriber, this will be a year for the books.

Because today's drawing in our Nice Ride Summer Experience Sweepstakes is for VIP tickets to watch the Nature's Valley Grand Prix from a privileged position above the crowd. A special bonus for the winner is a swag bag from our soul mates at Freewheel Bike.

Sign up today, and your name goes in for the drawing (and, if by some bizarre coincidence you DON'T win, tomorrow's prize drawing as well, etc). You'll get all the benefits of being a Nice Ride member - access to our now world-famous bike share program (thank you, Twin Cities!), deals at the cool, Nice Ride-friendly hotspots around town, AND, did we mention, a limited edition Nice Ride t-shirt designed and printed for us by our good pals at Twin Six. (We mean limited. Once they're gone, good luck finding one.)

Sign up now, good luck, and grab summer by the handlebars.

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(1) On May 22, 2012, Jatin () said:
Love this event and the nice ride bicycles

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