Win a Set of Sun Disc Jockey Wheels!

by editor on August 3, 2009

Win a FREE Set of Sun Disc Jockey Wheelset. And it couldn’t be easier: All you have to do is sign-up for Bikeskills videos!  What a deal. Skip the rest and sign by clicking here, or, read on….

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Whether you want to ensure that you automatically receive our world class instructional and inspirational biking videos, or, just want to win a nice all mountain wheelset, we’re making either – or both – real easy. In fact, once you click on the YouTube logo, sign up to the Bikeskills Channel, and that’s it! We’ll take it from there.

Why You Should Sign-up to the Bikeskills Channel
While you should visit the Bikeskills.com site – frequently – to learn about clinics in your area, read up on the goings on in action sports, or comment on what we’re talking about, signing up to our YouTube channel ensures you will automatically receive our videos. It’s that simple.

What About Those Sun Wheels?
Glad you asked. We’ve beat the heck out of a lot of wheelsets. Every now and then we notice that there’s a product out there, indepdent of the brand, model, or cost, that simply does what it’s supposed. Sun’s Disc Jockey wheelset, built around their sealed bearing Disc Jockey hubset and all-mountain width SOS rims, is just that kind of product: they roll smooth, stay straight, and can be easily re-trued if and when things get out of control.

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The Disc Jockey Hubset: Made from 6061 Alloy and the Good Stuff

These are the Sun Disc Jockey Hubs. Nice, aren’t they? The front has a 6061 T6 Alloy hub body, two sealed cartridge bearings, and if you want to read more you can go to Sun’s site. The rear hub is also constructed from 6061 T6 Alloy, has a 7075 TX Alloy axle, and has four sealed cartridge bearings. To read more about the Disc Jockey and other Sun hubs, click here.

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The Legendary Sun SOS Rim: A true All Mountain Workhorse 

While we’re not sure that a mountain bike rim could actually be considered legend-worthy, but if so, the Sun SOS would be one of the few that would. But the workhorse designation, now that we’re more comfortable with. We have used SOS rimed Disc Jockey wheelsets during countless clinics, dirt jumping sessions, even during a few trips to Northstar.  The SOS’s are 28mm wide which is perfect for tires ranging from 2.1 to 2.5, which pretty much runs the gamut from cross country to burly all mountain tires. The bottom line is that these wheels, both rims and hubs, have never let us down. Want to read more about the SOS and other Sun rims, then click here.

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How to Win Those Wheels and Contest Rules

How To Win

The way to win is simple: sign up for the Bikeskills Channel at YouTube… just like we’ve been saying. Once we get to 5,000 subscribers, we’re going to select, at random, among the new subscribers (after this blog entry goes out) a winning Bikeskills Channel subscriber. We’ll contact them via their YouTube subscriber address, and send them the wheels.

And if you don’t win this time, keep checking back because this is just the beginning of our giving away from great gifts!

Contest Rules

This contest is limited to residents of the US, and or others who can receive shipment of the wheelset within the continental United States*. If your state, county or city prohibits contests of this nature, then disregard this information. There is no purchase required. Other than what YouTube does with your contact information, Bikeskills and its affiliates won’t do anything with it (we won’t even have it for that matter…)

* In other words, while we can’t ship the wheels out of the US, if you can find a way to get them from someone inside the continental United States, we’ll get the wheels to them.

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Marc (FlatLander) Audet August 10, 2009 at 10:13 am

Cool post and giveaway! I am linking back with a blogpost on Dallasmtb.com as well as subscribing to the bikeskills channel.

Could this be a start of a new FSR build?

Ride Hard!
FlatLander
Dallasmtb.com

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Thain November 23, 2009 at 5:02 am

Underpromise; overdeliver.

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