Voting starts today, Monday, August 6th at 12pm EST. We have 16 finalists from all over the US competing for this astounding bicycle gear pack from Cool Breeze Cyclery. Check out below what the finalists said to the question, If you could ride anywhere in the world, where would it be??. Figure out which one you like the best and vote for them at the Cool Breeze Cyclery. All you have to do is “Like” Cool Breeze Cyclery, click on the “Vote Now” button or the link on their wall, and vote for your favorite entry. Whoever has the most votes on Sunday, August 12th at 5pm EST will be our winner. The winner will take home a sick Bicycle Gear Pack!!!!
Voting begins at 12pm today!! (Monday, August 6th!!)
Chris Pulliam, ”I would definitely want to ride in New Zealand! Awesome scenery, weather, and people! Probably wouldn’t get much riding done though, because I would keep stopping to have a brew and enjoy the landscape!”
Dan Rapkin, “It would be along the Israel Trail that goes from the northern forest of the Golan Heights and Haifa to the southern tip of the deserts. It’s a beautiful trail full of history and picturesque vistas. Words cannot do it justice.”
Eric Browy, “If I could ride anywhere in the world it would be where they launch rockets into space, then I would get in the rocket and ride to the space station, while on the space station i would put a magnet near the bottom bracket. Then ride my bike around the outside of the space station while it traveled around our beautiful planet! That would rock!”
Hunter Ishman, “If i could ride anywhere in the world it would be whistler mountain in bc canada the reason being, canada is the birth of freeride mountainbiking basically and so the bike parks are just mind blowing with smooth berms and epic downhill sections to some of the sweetest dirt jumps you will ever see i guess that is why whistler is ranked one of the best resorts in the world!
Jonathan Smith, “If I could ride anywhere in the world, I would ride on the south island of New Zealand from Dunedin to Geraldine, a roughly 232km trip. The ride would start off with a trip up Baldwin Street which has been labeled as the world’s steepest street.”
Roger Reed, “If I could ride anywhere in the world it would be Hawaii where I could ride while enjoying stunning views of the coastline, lava from previous volcanic eruptions, lush tropical settings and spectacular waterfalls.”