If you’re selected as a finalist, we will contact you right away to get you started! One free ride entry is included in the winners’ packets, so you’ll need to start training for your free ride (or not, it’s up to you!). We’ll talk about what kind of reporting you can provide, and how to work with us as the summer progresses.
1) Submit a photo (good headshot) and 250-word bio within a week of being notified.
2) Meet in person or via phone with Peak Pedaler manager within one week of selection to discuss specific requirements and correspondent’s plan.
3) Attend the First Time Riders Panel on April 15th at the Denver Athletic Club, as well as a Peak Pedaler training in Denver that same evening.
3) Submit and have approved a plan for post scheduling after discussion with Peak Pedaler manager.
4) Submit to Peak Pedaler manager 2-3 blog posts per month. Blog posts are at most around 500 words, and may consist of photos, captions, or original writing by the Peak Pedaler. Each post should include AT LEAST one photo.
5) Help promote posted blog posts on personal social media sites and a minimum of two relevant social media interactions per month (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, email, personal blog).
1) Free, guaranteed entry into 2013 Ride The Rockies
2) Free, guaranteed entry into 2014 Ride The Rockies
3) Public recognition at events, including RTR closing ceremony, and on web site
4) Schwag from Ride The Rockies sponsors
5) The opportunity to promote their cause or tell their stories by sharing their posts and photos of training, riding, and exploring the state of Colorado
Peak Pedalers will work continually with the Ride The Rockies Peak Pedaler manager, who may edit posts for length, clarity, subject matter, and relevance. Every effort will be made to work WITH Peak Pedalers and make edits in collaboration, but the Peak Pedaler manager reserves the right to make final edits as necessary to post in a timely manner.