OK, so not the saddle that one Le Tour 2020, but the same model that Tadej Pogaçar rode to victory this year. In fact, Prologo is giving away FIVE of the $200 saddles!

Designed to keep you comfortable mile after mile while also helping you efficiently transfer the power from your glutes all the way down to the pedals, the Scratch M5 is something else. And, they’re giving away the high end “Nack” version, which means carbon fiber shell and rails!

For your chance at winning 1 of 5 of these saddles, just answer this quick 4-question survey to enter the contest! All multiple choice questions and email field require an answer to enter the contest.

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SURVEY CONTEST RULES: By submitting your response, you agree to these rules, terms & conditions: Only one entry per person. Multiple entries from same person will disqualify that person. All participants must provide a valid email address, as that is how Prologo will contact the winner(s). All entrants’ email addresses may be added to the email newsletter/marketing lists for Bikerumor.com and Prologo. Any emails sent from either party will contain “unsubscribe” options. Contest closes just before midnight (11:59pm) PST on Saturday, October 17th, 2020. Winner(s) will be selected at random and results are final. Winner(s) will have one week from the date of notification of winning to respond, after which Prologo and/or Bikerumor.com reserve the right to choose an alternate winner and original winner forfeits all right to any prize(s).

2 COMMENTS

  1. What’s remarkable about these questions is that I went both to their site and your last AASQ, and none of the weights on the site are possible answers in the test. ‘Active Base’ is never mentioned in either place. I mean, as a marketing thing to get me to read through the literature, I guess it worked, but if they wanted me to know the specific answers to these specific questions, I really can’t say that I learned what they wanted me to.

  2. First question is deceitful… A prologue in literary/cinematic usage is not for [just] tragic events, therefore the correct answer is opening as stage.

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