The Contest Think about the most memorable ride you've ever experienced. Tell us about it by emailing it to email@example.com. The deadline to enter is June 30th 11:59 (EDT). Our judges will choose a winner and we'll announce the following week. To enhance your story you can also share (plot) the route you took as well as photos from the ride. Just be sure to include links to these when emailing us your entry. Try to keep entries between 600 to 1000 words, though you won't be disqualified for going over or under. As we receive entries, we'll publish them here, the BikerGeo Blog and also our Facebook Page.
What do you win? The winner, selected by our panel of judges, will win choice of any jacket from the Firstgear Catalog. Prizes can only be shipped to the United States and Canada.
Meet the Judges
Adelle Laudan lives in Southern Ontario, Canada. She is a mother of 4, a Gramma of one & keeper of a little dog Chachi who always manages to make her laugh. Some pretty major back surgery, quite a few years ago made it impossible for her to work outside the home. After one too many days watching the walls close in on her, she picked up a pen and paper and revisited her childhood love of writing. With several books published, including the best-selling Iron Horse Rider Trilogy, and several more in the works, Adelle invites you to travel the many twists and turns her stories will take you. Be sure to fasten your seatbelt, it will be a ride you won't soon forget. Visit Adelle's Web Site, Facebook Page or Twitter.
LJ works as a freelance writer for many motorcycle magazines and websites worldwide, owns a small entertainment company as well as clothing line called Skull Gear Apparel, Inc. LJ co-hosts the hit news/comedy/entertainment internet show 'The Tom and LJ Show'.
LJ is also the founder of the internatinal biker holiday, 'Forget Work Lets Ride Day', that is observed on the last Wednesday in June every year (June 27th, 2012). Visit LJ on Facebook and be sure to unlock the Skull Gear Apparel Patch for your BikerGeo Virtual Patch Collection.
Paul W. Cote is a rider, freedom fighter, motorcycle activist and all around great friend of riders everywhere as he fights hard for biker rights, especially their safety. Paul is also the owner of CheckTwiceSigns.com and co-founder of MassMSF.org and RidersHelpingRiders.org.
Paul hails from Massachusetts and often rides roads less travelled east of the Mississippi, including to the Rolling Thunder Rally in D.C. His longest 1-day ride was about 781 miles, which he took after white water rafting in West Virginia.