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Portland, OR – The Clymb is announcing a limited time offer on an unparalleled mountain bike experience with legendary bike maker: Santa Cruz Bikes. This offer includes 30 percent off a Santa Cruz mountain bike ($400-‐ $3,000 value), a tour of the Santa Cruz Bike factory, riding with the Syndicate pro team and VIP tickets to the U.S. premier of “Won’t Back Down.”
“We have offered our members a wide array of mountain bike trips over the past year and it’s clear they love to ride world class single track,” states Luis Vargas, General Manager of Adventures at The Clymb. “This experience is exclusive and unique, and the discount on a brand new Santa Cruz mountain bike is well worth the value in itself, the rest is just the icing on the cake.”
The full day experience has participants meeting guides at the Santa Cruz Bike factory in Santa Cruz, California the morning of December 14, 2013. With the purchase of this experience, participants get 30 percent off a Santa Cruz bike of their choosing and have the opportunity to get their new bike custom fit to their specifications. The morning is reserved for custom fitting and a tour of the factory, followed by a guided ride through Wilder Ranch, led by Syndicate athletes Cedric Garcia, Josh Bryceland and Steve Peat.
Following a day of exploration and riding, participants head back to Santa Cruz headquarters to enjoy a pre-‐movie cocktail hour, hosted by Greg Minnaar. To cap off the experience, participants attend the U.S. premier of Steve Peat’s new film “Won’t Back Down,” followed by catered dinner and VIP after party.
Please find all details about the ultimate mountain biking experience on The Clymb’s website through December 1, 2013.
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