We are awarding 2 free tickets ($44 value) to 1 lucky DAB reader for this AWESOME bike tour happening this Saturday, April 23rd, beginning at 9:30AM. MEET UP AT WHOLE FOODS ON LAMAR. Winner will also receive 2 FREE Downtown Austin Blog t-shirts (priceless?)!
How do you win? Simply comment on this blog post.
We will announce one random winner tomorrow and email them info on how to claim the prize. Only registered readers are eligible. CONGRATS Carolyn!
Here are the deets on the ride, put on by our friends at LivingOnTwoWheels:
Check out some of downtown’s hottest condos, shop, and enjoy great food all by bike: This is downtown living! TWhether you are looking to move downtown, learn more about living an urban lifestyle, or just want to see some great properties, this ride is going to be a lot of fun.
Properties we’ll be stopping at include
- Milago Condos
- Avenue Lofts
- Brazos Place
- Shore Condos
- 904 West Ave
As with all of the LivingonTwoWheels.com rides, food and drink, bike valet, and our professional ride guides are included in the registration. All ride participants will received a coupon book with hundreds of dollars in saving from our series ride stop partners and will be entered into a drawing to giveaway a Gazelle Basic Dutch city bike at the end of the series. Total ride distance is approximately 6 miles.
OH, while we’re here… please vote for Austin Bike Share
Jude Galligan says
We’ve got a winner!
What a great idea – especially for Earth Day weekend!
I want to try a Dutch cruiser on the tour! I hope I win!
This sounds fun! I wanna win those tix!
Very cool – we’ll post online as well!
Kathleen Fairweather says
Great way to get eyeballs to your blog! Sounds like a fun way to learn more about downtown living.
This would be an awesome opportunity for this designer, plus I just got a new bike!!
I’m thinking about moving downtown. This’ll be great!
Looks like a blast!
I live downtown but I wanna check out these homes!
Stacy Phillips says
Very cool idea.
Curtis Powell says
Great concept. This is the essence of downtown living. As urban density becomes a reality, shedding our cars and working with in walking/biking distance of home can revolutionize both the economy and environment.
Danny Bryant says
I want tickets! Please??